Below is a citizen letter requesting our City mayor and aldermen to speak out for clean water on our behalf; the letter gives you some explanation of the issue. Will you add your name? If so please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name as you would like it printed. And if so inclined, please share […]
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 […]
Environmental good citizenship Posted: Thursday, September 5, 2013 2:00 am While Farrell Keough makes some good points on environmental decision-making authority in his Aug. 19 letter to the editor, I would add that the general public can also contribute to making our environment cleaner and healthier. Recently I learned about a Friends of Frederick County […]
Governor Glendening described exactly what FoFC has been saying. The infrastructure needs for a community that is more dense and walkable is less. And that there is a disconnect between what will sell and what we are building in Frederick County. FoFC inserted the photos below (they are not part of the FNP article). Glendening […]
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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FoFC has some issues with the site plan presented at today’s Planning Commission meeting…read about them.
No Profit in Pollution: a comparison of key Chesapeake Bay state water pollution penalty policies “Industries that discharge water pollution are required to abide by clean water laws and regulations that limit how much they can pollute the nation’s rivers, lakes, streams, and other bodies of water. If they exceed their limits or, fail to […]
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 […]