Ready for a splash, but what’s in the water? Risk of COVID-19 seems low, but tainted stormwater still poses risks
There are plenty of reasons to stay out of some Chesapeake Bay waters, particularly after a heavy rain. When stormwater hits local waterways, it may be carrying bacteria, toxins, animal waste and even raw sewage. Can it carry the coronavirus too?Read More
In a blog post this morning about state purchases of bottled water, we listed $75,000 that went to Deer Park from the Maryland Energy Adminstration.
The figure came from the Maryland Funding Accountability & Transparency website. It turns out the money was not for water, but for hybrid trucks, according to Ian Hines with the MEA.Read More
As Gov. Martin O’Malley testifies at hearings in Annapolis, he often has his trusty three-ring binder in one hand and a plastic bottle of water in the other.
On Tuesday, World Water Day, a small group of environmental activists urged the governor “to kick the bottle out of the State House,” and use the money to invest in the state’s aging water infrastructure.Read More
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