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Efforts at the fair targeted rat reduction through proper trash disposal while many residents took advantage of discounted and free metal trash cans.
The Dundalk Post Office is a consistent scene of trash piles, plus the building is rotting and rusting away.
Six Girl Scouts, four moms and one Volunteer Maryland coordinator picked up six full bags of trash to include 104 beverage bottles, one bicycle frame, one rollerblade, one car wheel and one dead duck.
Find out how Baltimore County manufacturers are working green while also improving their bottom line.
Learn more about Baltimore County's efforts to keep the Chesapeake clean.
MDE proposed a new regulation that requires nitrogen-removal technology for all septic systems serving new construction on land draining to the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Coastal Bays.
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