Nanjemoy Heritage Day – October 8th

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Comp Plan Celebration – Grays Beach July 31

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Charles County Comprehensive Plan Passed July 12th, 2016

Again, District Two Commissioner Davis votes Against the Comp Plan with added protections for Nanjemoy !

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Comp Plan Amendments to Protect Nanjemoy

There were 5 amendments specifically aimed at the preservation of Nanjemoy Creek and Forests. District Two Commissioner Debra Davis OPPOSED all 5 of them. She is your commissioner. Thank you to Commissioners Murphy, Robinson and Stewart for voting FOR all of them !

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Nanjemoy is getting Smart Meters This Summer

Educate yourself. You can OPT OUT for a Fee of $75. PLUS $17. per month. Extortion to comply.

Fair Use Introduction and Credits to Documentary – on Smart Meters.


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Nanjemoy 16th Annual Catfish Invitational

Sample pix with John Hunt sound-track on slide show – “One To Burn”.

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Nanjemoy Community Meeting March 14, 2016

Part 1 – Intro and Roads~


Part 2 – Commissioner President Peter Murphy

Part 3 – Comprehensive Plan Comments

Part 4 – Mallows Bay

Part 5 – Nanjemoy PPA

Part 6 – Local Education – Community Clean Up April 16

Part 7 – Melwood and Closing Remarks

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Speaking of Squirrels and Nuts

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Birds Eye View of the Nanjemoy Creek, Mallows Bay Park

Drone Demo for Environmental Recon

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County Comprehensive Plan TERMINATES the AC Zone in Nanjemoy?

Staff presentation made it appear the AC Zone had been restored to Nanjemoy, but the State DNR review says that it states Nanjemoy will become an RR Zone – Thats Rural Residential – which opens up Nanjemoy to more Housing and even Commercial Development with the AC Zone being terminated. Totally UNSAT !!  Call or Write your Commissioners with concerns, and participate when there are public hearings on this atrocity !

DNR comment…

“It is not clear what each district or overlay equates to in terms of densities. For example, the land use plan includes a “Rural Residential” district which is found in the Nanjemoy area (a place of great concern for DNR) but in that definition (Appendix C), there is a descriptive narrative only. It states that the zone will provide for “low to moderate” densities. It is unclear whether this is 1-5 or 1-10, etc. It might be useful to spell that out more clearly.”


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