Sunday 19 May 2019
by David Flores ACT NOW: Last Chance to Keep Sewage out of Baltimore’s Homes, Parks and Waterways Before 2033! Since 2011, more than 100 million gallons of sewage have entered streets, homes, parks and waterways in Baltimore. After failing to meet the 2016 deadline, a proposed legal agreement with…
Six area waterkeeping organizations allege the EPA violated the Clean Water Act when officials excused 53 river segments — some in Anne Arundel County — from "total maximum daily load" requirements in 2012, according to the lawsuit filed in federal district court in Washington, D.C. "Pollution doesn't…
Thanks to former Annapolis Mayor Ellen Moyer for shining a light on the important work of the Spa Creek Conservancy and other Annapolis watershed organizations (The Capital, June 17). Watershed groups organized around the four tributary creeks of the Severn in the City of Annapolis have implemented…