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Va. losing $1.2M in bay restoration money

NORFOLK, Va. — Virginia is losing federal aid for Chesapeake Bay restoration projects because the Environmental Protection Agency is not satisfied with the state’s efforts to address stormwater pollution. The EPA notified the state late last month that it is ...

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U.S. fines Toll Brothers $741K for stormwater runoff at sites

PHILADELPHIA — National homebuilder Toll Brothers Inc. will pay a $741,000 fine and implement changes in managing stormwater runoff at its home construction sites, federal officials announced Wednesday. Maryland and Virginia have joined the settlement and will receive a portion ...

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Real Estate Weekly – 10/14/11: Salisbury University celebrates newest residence hall

Salisbury University celebrates newest residence hall Salisbury University officially cut the ribbon last Saturday on its largest building and newest residence hall. The 230,000-square-foot Sea Gull Square is a mixed-use development with retail businesses on the ground floor serving the campus ...

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Md. environment chief Shari T. Wilson stepping down

Maryland Department of the Environment Secretary Shari T. Wilson will resign next month, ending a nearly four-year tenure during which her agency was criticized for unpredictable enforcement of environmental regulations. The Department of the Environment announced the change Tuesday afternoon, ...

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Developers hesitant on stormwater changes

Maryland’s residential neighborhoods will begin to see some drastically different environmental features, as developers begin working under new environmental guidelines being put in place by local governments this year. Developers are looking at ways to implement facets of environmental design, ...

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