chesapeake hills golf course

LUSBY, Md. — The Calvert County Board of County Commissioners will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at 10:30 a.m. in the Commissioners Hearing Room, 175 Main Street, Prince Frederick, Maryland.

The Public Hearing time, date, and location may be revised by announcement of an emergency, such as inclement weather, without further publication and may be confirmed on the County website, or calling any number listed below on the date of the Hearing.

At the Hearing, the Board will consider and receive comments regarding approval of Budget Adjustment #BA217, making available $3,175,000 for the construction of the clubhouse at Chesapeake Hills Golf Course.

Written comments will be made part of the record if received by close of business the day before the public hearing.

This meeting will be streamed live at If you wish to listen via telephone, please call: U.S. toll free: 888-475-4499 or 877-853-5257; Meeting ID: 899 4188 8251; Passcode (if asked): #; Request to Speak: *9.

Interested persons are urged to view the proposal in its entirety by either contacting the Department of Parks & Recreation at 410-535-1600 ext. 2649,, or by viewing the local amendments on the County website at:

The proposed provisions may be substantively modified, revised, amended or otherwise changed based upon comments received at the public hearing.

The Board of County Commissioners does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex (including pregnancy) (except where age or sex are essential bona fide occupational requirements), sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry or national origin, religion, race, color, genetic information, actual or perceived disability, or gender-related identity or expression.  

Any reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities or linguistic barriers should be requested by contacting the Board of County Commissioners office at (410) 535-1600 ext. 2202 or TTY: 1-800-735-2258.

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  1. 3 million for a Clubhouse, but that money towards some Affordable Housing in expensive Calvert County

    1. ^^^^ Show me affordable housing that doesn’t bring crime rates upward and maybe I’ll listen.

  2. We’ve been waiting years now for a new clubhouse at the course. It’s stupid working out of a trailer for years on a public course. Everyone will say that the money should go for something more important but the fact is for years the county has done just that, replacing fire houses that could have been renowed instead of demolished. I understand that it is to protect lives they did it but I saw those buildings built new and they were fine. Updating them to modern technology couldn’t possibly been more expensive than razing them and rebuilding them. We pay our share of taxes and other monies to play at the golf course and deserve a new club house after waiting 3 years for it to be built. Get it done please.

    1. Agreed! Firehouse tiagmahas and so much overspending on uneeded “emergency response”.

  3. I agree, the hell with a clubhouse for the chosen few, affordable housing funding of that money would be more reasonable.

  4. Plenty of affordable housing in “expensive” Calvert County. You obviously are not from here and are one of these people who bring their stupidity from other places. We do not want to turn into PG County or even now sadly parts of Charles County.

    People leave DC for a reason to come here for two reasons, affordable housing and to get away from the disease that is DC.

    If you don’t like it here…by all means pack your crap and leave.

    Yes $3M for a clubhouse. $3M wouldnt be able to build nothing anywhere you fool. Its not the county’s problem to build affordable housing so they can bring more crime here.

  5. The only public 18 hole course in the county gets a lot of use; the prior clubhouse had to be torn down and the course urgently needs a new facility.

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