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- Washington College’s New Waterfront Academic Building to be Named for Two Environmental Leaders
- Goenka, Holowesko, Samuels to Serve as Washington College Men’s Soccer Captains
- Fatal Collision near Chesapeake City
- The Chester River Chorale Begins its 19th Season of Song
- Learn about the Chester River Welness Alliance with the CBG – August 24, 2017
- Night Work on MD 213 from Chester River Bridge through Chestertown
- PotW: Yvng Swag at Legacy Day
- Fatal Accident Rt. 302 in Barclay
- Washington College President and Faculty Condemn Violence and Hate That Descended Upon Charlottesville, Virginia
- Cardboard Boats Make a Splash!
- Celebrating the 27th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act at the Library
- “Explore It!” Camp Engages KCPS Students in Summer Learning Fun
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Category Archives: Environment
Department of the Environment extends public comment period on Water Quality Certification application for proposed Conowingo Dam relicensing
The Maryland Department of the Environment is extending by two weeks the public comment period on the Proposed Relicensing of the Conowingo Hydroelectric Project Application for Water Quality Certification under the Clean Water Act.
Last year, in response to the requests of our members and others that use the Chester, we embarked on an ambitious bacteria monitoring project at several popular swimming and boating locations throughout our watershed. Continue reading
Meet Corey Ramsden MD SOLAR UNITED NEIGHBORHOODS (MD SUN) Program Director. Continue reading
The following Statewide and Kent County are part of the $92 million in grants that were approved today, July 5, 2017 by the Board, which is composed of Governor Larry Hogan, Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp and Comptroller Peter Franchot.
Governor Larry Hogan today announced that the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has approved an application by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to launch a $7.2 million initiative to reduce lead poisoning and improve asthma, two conditions related to environmental conditions in housing. The department, in collaboration with the Maryland Department of the Environment and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, will implement the initiative. Continue reading
Kent County residents now have a 24-hour, anonymous prescription drug drop-off station at the sheriff’s department in Chestertown for safe disposal of unused or expired medications. Continue reading