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firstname.lastname@example.orgHundreds of blue photovoltaic solar panels stand on a gentle slope outside Hancock, not quite ready to begin supplying power to the town's sewage treatment plant. That will change in early January when the solar power facility goes online, Town Manager...
email@example.comAs head of Washington County's solid waste department overseeing a landfill that one day will cover 190 acres, Clifford J. Engle fields some interesting phone calls. "'Circus is in town, and we're going to have about 100 tons of elephant — stuff....
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“Clear Spring caller who doesn’t want government involved in recycling: How do you feel about county government owning and operating a landfill with your tax dollars? Do you also have ‘private options available’ for waste...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen it comes to residential refuse, the city of Hagerstown wants to do more with less. The Hagerstown City Council lined up Tuesday behind a proposal to increase its recycling services for residents after learning that doing more will cost the city less...
email@example.comThe discovery of an undocumented underground fuel storage tank added more than $41,000 to the cost of the Washington County Free Library reconstruction and expansion project, county officials said Tuesday. The long-abandoned tank was discovered May 5 and...
A Maryland task force has backed off taking a more aggressive approach to curbing pollution from septic tanks in an effort to forge a consensus. The panel appointed by Gov. Martin O’Malley favors a more general, four-tiered approach instead of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe City of Hagerstown’s decision to send its trash to a landfill in Pennsylvania will cost Washington County’s landfill about 10 percent of its tipping fee income, according to a county spokeswoman. In 2011, the city disposed of about 11,820...
email@example.comThe Washington County Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to introduce an optional $15 add-on to landfill permits that will cover yard waste disposal for a year without the need to cross the landfill’s scales. The move was a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter hearing from landfill users outraged over an upcoming requirement for all yard waste to cross the landfill scales, county officials are considering selling $15 yard waste disposal stickers that would allow users to bypass the scales. Currently,...
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Eastern Correctional Institution TOWSON, Md. — Eastern Correctional Institution (ECI) teacher Diane King was honored recently as WMDT's (Channel 47's) Teacher Who Makes A Difference for January 2011. The station surprised her recently in class...
email@example.comFrederick County, Md., might soon be in need of a new partner to help fund its more than $300 million incinerator project, and local community activists worry that partner could end up being Washington County. “Our understanding is that the new...
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