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The Community Update sent earlier this evening left out a crucial word! The first sentence in the second paragraph should have said “…anyone who does not live on Land’s End is asked to avoid the area and not add to the congestion.” We apologize for the error. The corrected article is as follows:
Land’s End Traffic – Please Don’t Add to the Congestion
There is significant contractor traffic and deliveries including large delivery vehicles occurring on Land’s End due to new home construction and remodeling projects. This traffic is necessary and will subside as the construction proceeds.
In the mean time anyone who does not live on Land’s End is asked to avoid the area and not add to the congestion. A number of drivers have been traveling down to Land’s End only to be forced to turn around while vehicles are off-loading. This has been resulting in drivers often turning around in private drives and is impacting residents departing from or accessing their driveways.
Admittedly, it is a great view. If the view is beckoning, please don’t try to drive through, consider parking at the Overlook parking lot, or if the ground is dry, on the Eden Lane triangle and walk to the beach. By the way – 3 new benches will be installed on the beach in the very near future. Even more incentive to get out from behind the wheel and sit for a spell and soak up the view and the sounds of the beach.
Please, take care. Be safe.
Best wishes on behalf of the Annapolis Roads Board of Directors,
President, Annapolis Roads Property Owners Assoc. (ARPOA)
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