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Nonprofit alleges city violated charter in park pipeline arrangement

A community nonprofit is suing Baltimore over the approval process for a natural gas pipeline through Gwynns Falls and Leakin Park that the group says significantly undervalues the land and violates the city’s charter. The Friends of Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park ...

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BGE to make Md. electric rights-of-way into homes for pollinators

Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. has plans to make some of its rights-of-way more hospitable to animals that pollinate plants. About 200 acres of BGE’s electric rights-of-way in Maryland state parks now maintained by mowing will become meadow or prairie ecosystems, which ...

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BGE-hired chopper to undertake Harford County upgrades

BGE will be using a utility helicopter contractor this month to perform work on electric transmission equipment, including stringing and fastening new overhead wires in Harford County. Area residents and motorists may see the helicopter hovering near transmission power lines ...

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Program LEADs millennials in Baltimore engagement

Providing a more personal connection to the city through educational leadership programs may be enough to retain young professionals in Baltimore. At least, that’s what Economic Alliance of Baltimore and Business Volunteers Maryland leaders hope their LEAD pilot program will do. “Millennials will be ...

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Washington Gas asks that we order the Commission to instruct BGE to return over-collected funds to suppliers. It asks whether the Commission exceeded its statutory authority, employed unlawful procedure, or acted arbitrarily or capriciously when setting certain discount rates to zero for Years 2 and 3 of the Purchase of Receivables program.

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BGE offers ‘Wires Down’ contest again

Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. has announced the launch of its third annual Wires Down Video Challenge to raise awareness about the importance of electrical safety among elementary school-aged children. From Sept. 8 until Nov. 14, elementary students in public ...

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