STEVENSVILLE — A Maryland county is hosting a disaster assistance center in response to damage from this week’s tornado. The Queen Anne’s County Department of Emergency Services will open Thursday and stay open through next Thursday. It will be located ...Read More »
A squabble between the executive and judicial branches of state government and the failure of a bill this year in the General Assembly may have ultimately guaranteed approval of the wetlands permit for a temporary pier for the proposed Cove Point liquid natural gas export facility.Read More »
Gov. Martin O'Malley said Thursday the General Assembly may need to act so the board has authority to deny development in environmentally sensitive areas.
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ANNAPOLIS — The Board of Public Works has postponed a decision on whether to grant permits for a Kent Island housing development in an environmentally sensitive area near the Chesapeake Bay. Gov. Martin O’Malley said Wednesday he believes the board ...Read More »
The Court of Special Appeals has revived a legal challenge to a senior housing development on Kent Island. The challengers want a judge to overturn a 2009 settlement agreement among the county, the Maryland Department of the Environment and the ...Read More »
LOVE POINT — Maryland Natural Resources police say they’ve found another illegal rockfish net off Kent Island near the mouth of the Chester River. Sgt. Art Windemuth says officers patrolling the area found the 400-yard-long net Wednesday morning with up ...Read More »