Farm Bureau Weighs In On Septics Michael Sanderson February 7, 2012 Environment / Planning and Zoning 1 Comment The Maryland Farm Bureau has issued a series of comments and concerns with the recently proposed septics legislation. A copy of their document is available online here. MACo’s own analysis of the bills, and a comparison of the 2012 introduction with that from 2011, is also available here. Share this:EmailPrintFacebookLinkedInTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Continue Reading Previous PostPrince George’s County Considers Disposable Bag FeeNext PostMDE Provides Update Letter on TMDL and WIP Status and Funding Michael Sanderson Executive Director Maryland Association of Counties You Might Also Like Green Stormwater Infrastructure Pilot Program Provides Training to Baltimore City Job-Seekers May 23, 2017 $3 Million Awarded Under Rural Legacy, Carroll & Frederick Counties Among Recipients December 25, 2018 Conduit Street Podcast: Talking History and Policy with Preservation Maryland May 13, 2022 This Post Has One Comment Pingback: MACo Demands Changes To Septics Legislation « Conduit Street Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.