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Bay 101: Air Pollution

For two generations Fort Howard residents have been plagued with particulate and noxious air emitted from various industrial stationary and mobile sources at adjacent Sparrows Point Peninsula across Old Road Bay. The Clean Air Act was the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s federal response to those decades establishing a set of principal air Read more…

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Sparrows Point Development Taxpayer Funding

  Redwood Capital Investment holding,Tradepoint Atlantic, released on October 17, 2018  their 304 page Tax Incremental Funding application for $120,000,000 submitted to the Baltimore County Department of Labor and Economic Development in Spring 2018.  Tax Incremental Funding Application The application will be reviewed on the merits how Baltimore County taxpayers Read more…

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MDOT Chesapeake Bay Crossing Study Meetings

As an international logistics gateway, Trade Point Atlantic’s projected 28,000 tractor trailer trips per day may have several future traffic and environmental impacts on the communities surrounding the new bay bridge crossing.  To assure that all branches of government give proper consideration to the environment the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)  policy Read more…

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 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…

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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…