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Residents in rural Brandywine want to know why circumstances have left them with so many power plants for neighbors, and what, if anything, can be done to stop or slow them down. On May 20, residents from Brandywine and surrounding neighborhoods met with representatives from the Maryland Public Service Commission to discuss two power plants that are being considered for the area: the Keys Energy Center owned by Genesis Power near North Keys Road in Brandywine and a future plant proposed by Mattawoman Energy LLC . Comment?
A fire engine from the Kentland station in Hyattsville takes a position on the rear side of a building on Pratt Street in Baltimore early Tuesday morning. Eight engines, two ladder trucks and 55 firefighters were deployed to Baltimore following destructive protests Monday in Baltimore. Comment?
When now-Gov. Larry Hogan was running for office, one of his key talking points was a desire to repeal legislation passed in 2012 that called for a mandated state stormwater management fee that become known as the “rain tax,” a term Hogan himself labeled as “universally despised.” “Dealing with the problem of stormwater management, working to restore our most treasured asset, the Chesapeake Bay, is a goal that we all agree on, but repealing the rain tax has nothing to do with our commitment to the bay or our desire to control stormwater management. Comment?
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