Mike Murdoch, the first superintendent of Quiet Waters Park, wrote a guest column in the Capital-Gazette about his experience at Quiet Waters and how that park has made a vast difference in the quality of life for Annapolis and Anne Arundel County residents. But one thing he never was able to realize was the completion of a linked protected corridor between Quiet Waters and some other “adjunct park” in the surrounding area. “I think this land would likely make an excellent adjunct park to Quiet Waters Park,” Murdoch writes, “and could even be connected by bike trails in and around the Hunt Meadow area”. Mr. Murdoch goes on to say that “…a piece of property this size should be saved as natural open space if at all possible and I hope this can still be done.”
Read Mike Murdoch’s entire guest column here.