Annapolis has made an agreement with the Blue Heron Condo Association for the public to walk to but not enter the water at Wells Cove in Annapolis.

Two residents, represented by Joseph Donahue filed a lawsuit hoping to force the Condo Association to allow water access.

The agreement “does not protect the existing rights of the citizens of Eastport to access the headwaters of Wells Cove, rights that have existed since the 1980s,” Joseph Donahue of The Donahue Law Firm said. “Indeed, this agreement does not provide any right of access to the water. So no, the residents have not ‘been waiting for this;’ they have been waiting for a city government that is concerned about everyone and not just those with money and power. The residents are still waiting.”

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