Maryland county council looks at more flexible solar rules

FREDERICK — A county council in Maryland may consider updating its solar ordinance after its members rejected a rezoning of about 150 acres of agricultural land for a $17 million solar energy site. The Frederick News-Post reports Frederick County Council President M.C. Keegan-Ayer is creating a working group. The group will consider making the county's solar ordinance more ...

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