ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A Baltimore City Circuit Court judge has dismissed a challenge by Exelon to the water quality certification issued by a Maryland agency in the proposed re-licensing of the Conowingo Dam.
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Ben Grumbles, who heads the Maryland Department of the Environment, said Thursday that the agency’s water quality certification for the proposed relicensing of the dam includes responsible and necessary conditions based on science and the law.READ MORE: Montgomery County Announces Fourth Annual Active Aging Week
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