Regarding your article in the September 16th issue titled “Kayakers Upset with County”… A possible partial solution to the problem may be to limit ramp permits to Talbot County residents only.

Weekends are crowded by trucks and trailers from Delaware and Pennsylvania, often outnumbering the Maryland vehicles. This is in addition to “no parking” on the approach to the Easton Point ramp. As a County resident, boat owner and permit holder, I have seen boats from out of state pulling in a bushel or two of crabs from the Tred Avon River, loading up and driving away.

Queen Anne County limits their ramps to county residents, and I’m sure that works better than Talbot’s open border policy….Just sayin!



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