When trees, plants, grasses are removed for development, the ground becomes compact and rainwater moves rapidly across the landscape. Pleants help soak up rain so it seeps in to the ground.
Lake Linganore is the major drinking water source for Frederick City residents. Based upon a preliminary assessment it is clear that there are highly erodible soils and steep slopes adjacent to the streams and water bodies in the Linganore at Eaglehead PUD. Clearing the land for development exacerbates sediment runoff into Lake Linganore and […]
Dredging Lake Linganore Posted: Thursday, October 17, 2013 2:00 am It appears as though Frederick, Frederick County and the Lake Linganore Association may be sharing the cost of a much-needed project — dredging tons of silt that have accumulated in the lake since it was created in 1972. LLA has been talking about this project […]
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There will be a meeting hosted by Oakdale LLC to discuss the Eaglehead DRRA. Please attend and spread the word to your neighbors and friends When: Saturday May 11th 10AM Where: Oakdale Middle School (entrance is usually around back) Who: most likely Jason Wiley and/or John Clarke To learn more please read: Eaglehead PUD fact […]
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.
The Frederick County Commissioners have approved or are discussing approval of over 7000 new dwellings, in many cases without appropriate plans for schools, roads, emergency services and other key infrastructure. We believe that our public officials should follow existing laws; in a growing number of cases that is not happening. FoFC is using the option […]