Wicomico Co. Council discusses plans to name the Pirate’s Wharf Boat Ramp after the late Bob Culver

WICOMICO COUNTY, Md. — On Tuesday night, Wicomico County council members along with the director of Recreation, Parks and Tourism, Steve Miller, met to discuss the idea of naming the Pirate’s Wharf Boat Ramp after former county executive, the late Bob Culver.

Miller, who says he is all for the tribute to Culver says they are currently in the design phase of the project, and could have things rolling as early as next summer.

Officials say an authorization by the council must be given first but, council president, Larry Dodd, says he thinks it’s a great idea to honor the county executive.

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