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Sparrows Point EPA & MDE Public Information Meeting April 21, 2016



The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will hold a public informational meeting on April 21, 2016, at the North Point Branch of the Baltimore County Library located at 1716 Merritt Boulevard, Dundalk, Maryland starting at 6pm.  The meeting will provide an update on the current activities related to the characterization and clean up of the former Sparrows Point steel mill site, the results of the off-shore investigation and risk assessment conducted off the western portion of the site and the work planned for the upcoming investigation of off-shore conditions along the eastern portion of the site.



North Point State Park Easter Egg Hunt March 19, 2016

  ——————————————————- North Point State Park Volunteers are holding this Saturday March 19, 2016 their annual Easter Egg Hunt. Hunt Begins at 12 Noon Registration begins at 11:15 am $3.00 per child NO ADMITTANCE AFTER 11:45 am Rain Date March 26, 2015 Under 3    Ages 3-5                  Ages 6-8  Ages Read more…


 BALTIMORE DISTRICT Baltimore Harbor and Channels General Reevaluation Study The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District is currently partnering with the Maryland Port Administration on the Baltimore Harbor and Channels 50-Foot Project General Reevaluation Study. This study is evaluating the feasibility of improvements, including potentially widening different sections, to Read more…

County Council

U.S. Ports: Investing in Engines of Economic Development and American Competitiveness Mar072016 Print this page Image(s) included Post a comment Trade and InvestmentPenny PritzkerThomas PerezAnthony FoxxInfrastructure Posted at 4:43 PM Secretaries Foxx, Perez and Pritzker at Tradepoint Atlantic in Baltimore County Guest blog post by Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx, Secretary Read more…



WBAL-TV was contacted at 410-467-3000 today following up on their mistake covering the water main break at Todd Avenue. WBAL-TV acknowledged the water main break was in Fort Howard, Maryland and not in Edgemere, Maryland, as reported in their television  news coverage. WBAL-TV was sincerely thanked for their coverage and Read more…