The Magothy River recently scored an "F" in a report that measures its water quality, assessed by members of the Magothy River Association.
This is the first year in more than two decades that underwater sea grasses were no longer visible, according to The Capital.
The state of the Magothy will be addressed, and the report card fully disclosed, at the association's upcoming annual meeting, scheduled for 7 p.m. Feb. 20 at Anne Arundel Community College. The meeting will be in room 100 in the colleges' CALT building, on the Arnold campus.
For more information on the association meeting, check the full event listing on The Broadneck Patch.