Comment Period Extended for Watershed Assessments

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The 30-day public comment period for Baltimore City’s watershed assessments of the North Lower Branch Patapsco and Baltimore Harbor watersheds is being extended by four weeks, to 5 p.m. on Jan. 16, 2019, instead of Dec. 19, 2018.

The documents are available online here:

Baltimore Harbor WA Public Comment.pdf

LNBP WA Public Comment.pdf

To request a hard copy of the document, please contact the Watershed Planning and Partnership Section at 410-396-0732 or e-mail (Subject line: Watershed Assessment Request). Comments can also be e-mailed to (Subject line: Watershed Assessment Request).


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