Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Tag Archives: maryland department of the environment

Councilman to Harbor Point: Delay groundbreaking

A request to delay groundbreaking on the luxury Harbor Point project was made Friday by a city councilman who was forced to postpone a scheduled community meeting to address environmental concerns for the $1.8 billion development to go on top of contained toxic waste site because of the shutdown of the federal government.

Read More »

Residents to protest Harbor Point on environmental grounds

As city residents and activists work toward against what they say could be potential environmental problems from the construction of the 27-acre Harbor Point development, state and federal environmental officials and the developer are expected to outline some of building plans at a public meeting Wednesday.

Read More »

State wetlands fee for dining piers drops 99% from last year

Three Inner Harbor restaurants will ask the Board of Public Works on Wednesday for permission to modify their dining piers, more than a year after those restaurants decided the state’s asking price for such approval was too high.

Read More »