Trash and debris contributed to a sewer overflow Tuesday, July 9, in the 4600 block of Briarclift Road. This overflow of about 14,400 gallons occurred during dry weather and was caused by a combination of trash, rocks and other debris.
The City recognizes that all employees have the protection guaranteed by the First Amendment to think or believe whatever they choose. The reports in this instance show speech that is repugnant and hurtful to many people, but the Law Department has made it clear that such thoughts are protected.
With a long holiday weekend ahead, Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Director Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., has issued a reminder to the public that swimming is not allowed in City reservoirs. Please be safe and responsible: Do not swim in the City’s reservoirs.
Applications for the Baltimore H2O Assists program, a sound and generous way of addressing the genuine concerns over water bill affordability, are available at the Abel Wolman Building, 200 Holliday St., Room 8, Baltimore MD 21202.