Bay Journal Article: Flaws alleged in MD localities’ stormwater plans

The Chesapeake Bay Journal wrote about our letter to the Maryland Department of the Environment about the inadequacies in many of the counties’ plans for funding to prevent polluted runoff:
The legislative compromise that resolved the controversy over  Maryland’s unpopular “rain tax” is failing to live up to its promise, environmentalists contend. They charge that many of the state’s largest localities are ducking their obligation to adequately fund measures to reduce stormwater pollution, endangering the Chesapeake Bay restoration.
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Flaws alleged in MD localities’ stormwater plans, Environmentalists say many skimp on local funding to curb polluted runoff Published in Chesapeake Bay Journal by Timothy B. Wheeler on October 17, 2016

About Eliza Cava

Eliza Cava is the ANS Director of Conservation, where she leads our MD & DC policy, advocacy, and conservation outreach work, supervises our citizen science programs and VA advocacy work, and supports Woodend restoration as a demonstration landscape for the region.
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