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Neall promises to send council more rigorous critical area law
By John A. Morris and John A. The state law requires only a 25 foot buffer.
ARTICLES BY DATECouncil tackles county’s liquid assets in pair of environmental bills
By Jonathan Pitts, The Baltimore Sun February 24, 2013
Environmental matters dominated the attention of the Anne Arundel County Council this week, as members voted to add restrictions on development in the county’s so called “critical area” near tidal waters of the Chesapeake Bay and hosted a spirited public debate on the question of imposing countywide storm water management fees. By a 5 2 vote at their Feb. 19 meeting, council members approved the first measure, which supporters said brings the county’s critical area code in line with amended state regulations.
Town Homes Approved On Critical Area
By John A. Morris and John A. . . . The best result for the residentswould be to allow no development, but that really isn’t legal.”Tree service fined $10K for unpermitted clearing
March 29, 2012
The Maryland attorney general’s office says a Pasadena tree service has been fined $10,000 for clearing trees without a permit in a critical area. Attorney General Doug Gansler’s office said Thursday that Steve J. Everd,
Jr., the owner of Branching Out Tree Service, pleaded guilty to the unpermitted clearing of a privately owned waterfront property in Davidsonville. The clearing was reported to Anne Arundel County by the South River Federation Riverkeeper.
County panel considers gaps in Critical Area rules
By John A. Morris and John A. The committee, appointed by County Executive Robert R. Neall, is reviewing the county program and will propose amendments this fall.”Anne Arundel County has always been one of the stalwart supporters of the critical areas Peninsula but had been placed But, in the four years since the state approved the county’s program, Ms. Taylor said, the commission has realized that “all that once was thought to be roses and glitter isn’t.Critical areas’ bill delayed
Seeking to avoid a complicated fight in an election year, county officials have decided to set aside efforts to reform the “critical areas” environmental protection law until voters select a successor for outgoing County Executive Janet S. Owens. County leaders reached their decision after a series of recent public meetings on proposed revisions to critical area laws,
which regulate development within the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Morris and John A.