Baltimore Consent Decree Town Hall Meeting

Thursday, July 21, 2016
7:00-8:30 p.m.
Church on the Square
1025 S. Potomac Street
Baltimore, MD

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CBF and our partners will host a town hall meeting to present information on the newly modified Consent Decree (CD) agreed to by the City, the Maryland Department of the Environment, and the Environmental Protection Agency to address Baltimore's failing sewage system. The public is invited to attend this free meeting and ask questions, and to learn about what is being proposed and how the City plans to meet obligations detailed in the Consent Decree.

This is the second Consent Decree that requires the City to fix its pipes. The last CD expired after 14 years on December 31, 2015, with very little public communication of what was accomplished in that time. The new, modified CD outlines a two-stage improvement program, with Phase I to be completed by 2021 and Phase II by 2030. With millions of dollars already spent and millions more needed, rate payers of Baltimore need to be assured the money is being well spent, the work will get done on time, and we will see a measurable improvement in water quality.

If you are concerned about the smell of raw sewage in the Inner Harbor, sewage-contaminated stormwater overflows, basement back-ups, and illegal sewage discharges into Jones Falls and Gwynns Falls, you are urged to attend and voice your concerns.

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Baltimore Consent Decree Town Hall Meeting
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