Restoration of the American Shad in the Potomac River Mr. James Cummins, Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin
Urban Forestry: An Increasingly Critical Component of the Landscape Mr. Michael Galvin, SavATree
Future Climate Change in the Potomac Watershed Bart Merrick, NOAA Chesapeake Bay (This text is a summary of Mr. Merrick’s presentation at Hood College Symposium, March 7, 2013)
January 9, 2013 by FofFC
Filed under Municipal Growth: addressing the hidden costs of sprawl in New Market, New Market, Reading Material, Schools, Share your Opinion on Policy, Smith/Cline Farm in New Market, Spread the Word!
New Market has proposed annexing the Smith/Cline property for 925 new residences, which at full buildout would yield approximately 248 elementary 116 middle school and 181 high school students.
November 13, 2012 by FofFC
Filed under 2012 Rezoning, Municipal Growth, Our Campaigns, Police, Fire and Rescue, Protecting Waterways, Public Health, Reading Material, Roads, Schools, Share your Opinion on Policy, Water and Sewer
Handouts to the elite development set Originally published November 11, 2012
In this political climate of environmental regulations = job loss and poor economy, the Chester River Association recently completed a study that suggests otherwise. Add it to your repertoire of studies to whip out when speaking with legislators/staff/others about the need for clean water regulations!
Center for Progressive Reform report (Sept 2012) (Read entire report here: MD_ChesBay_Crim_Enforcement_1212)
The costs of doing nothing to clean up the bay
Documents and background for Jefferson Tech Park (JTP) what is it? (description written by former member of Planning Commission) INITIAL DRRA submitted to County 6-13-12 Initial LOU 9/20/12 JTP staff report The project was initially planned for a tech park off Route 340/180 and 15, but it seems that attracting businesses has been difficult and the [...]