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The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) has narrowed the potential third Chesapeake Bay bridge to three corridors, all of which originate in Anne Arundel County. Smart Growth Maryland supports the no-build option.

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Victory Update: Smart Growth Win in Southern Maryland

In a major win for the environment and smart growth, earlier this week the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) denied a controversial application to construct two utility-scale solar developments proposed for forested land in western Charles County.

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One of the largest and most visible artifacts of the Baltimore Museum of Industry (BMI) is the WWII-era shipbuilding crane towering over the campus. In partnership with the BMI through our Six-to-Fix program, Preservation Maryland successfully advocated for state funds to repair and repaint the iconic crane.

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The 2014 application by the State of Maryland to recognize and protect Mallows Bay has been approved by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration early this month. The designation will help protect the natural and cultural resources of the 18-square mile area in Charles County, Maryland.

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