Join us to request that our Frederick City elected officials voice their opposition to development in the Linganore Source Water Protection Area. Water coming from that area makes up the majority of Frederick City’s tap water. Read the letter. If you wish to sign send your name as you want it printed to: email@example.com. Read the […]
DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM HERE! It’s easy, it’s fun, it’s relaxing and only requires 4 hours of your time each year. Moreover the help you give IS SO VERY IMPORTANT to collective efforts of many people and organizations working to help clean up our waters in Frederick County. There is cause for concern about our streams’ […]
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Members of the public are invited to comment on the feasibility and desirability of various forms of institutional oversight at federally-funded institutions that perform research involving certain pathogens or toxins. “Certain types of research that are conducted for legitimate purposes may also be utilized for harmful purposes. Such research is called ‘dual use research’,” said […]
To learn more please click here for the Casey Property PUD fact sheet. Map below shows streams surrounded by floodplain, forest (green) and blue for ponds and wetlands.
University of Maryland PhD candidate Ed Kruse will be conducting community health surveys related to Middletown, Fort Detrick, and Walkersville. Middletown has been asked to introduce Ed Kruse to the community at a date yet to be decided. Kruse’s work will look into how Fort Detrick may have affected the health of residents in the surrounding […]
2/7/13 Citizen concerned with over-development in Frederick County, water pollution, crowded schools, trash and tax increases
Already in trouble Originally published February 07, 2013 in the Frederick News Post I am dismayed to see that the Maryland Department of Planning reports that our county is allowing septic systems that will have an adverse effect on the Chesapeake Bay. The objection is land consumption and water pollution. So let’s look at the […]
Monday, January 7th at 7pm, New Market held a public hearing, over 50 people turned out to learn more about the annexation plans. The mayor and council made no presentation for the crowd, and told people to submit their questions in writing. Read about the hearing in the Frederick Newspost: Dozens turn out for New […]
Last week the Environmental Integrity Project released its report The Clean Water Act and the Chesapeake: Enforcement’s Critical Role in Restoring the Bay (December 2012) Appendix A in that report shows the Ballenger McKinney Waste Water Treatment Plant discharging 111,158 pounds of nitrogen each year over the permitted level. It is the worst offender in the entire […]