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Miller storm-water fee bill advances in Senate

A bill that would effectively repeal the storm-water fee requirement that Gov. Larry Hogan campaigned against advanced in the Senate Thursday. And environmentalists, who’ve succeeded in killing other repeal efforts, are not opposing this one.

The bill, pushed by Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, makes it optional for Baltimore city and the state’s nine largest counties to levy fees to reduce storm-water runoff. But the measure also contains several provisions meant to assure that the communities adequately fund efforts to clean up their polluted runoff.

Read full article here from Baltimore Sun



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