Maryland Department of the EnvironmentMedia ContactsHenry P. Fawell410-974-2316, Governor's OfficeSue duPont, MDA410-841-5889Julie Oberg, MDE410-537-3010
ANNAPOLIS (August 7, 2006)– Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. will make several growth-related announcements at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 8 at Mulberry Hill Farm in the town of Queen Anne in Queen Anne’s County. The Governor will make announcements on the Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation (MALPF) and new guidance documents for water and wastewater capacity management plans. These announcements will highlight the Governor’s commitment to preserving farmland, balancing growth and protecting the environment.
Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. with Agriculture Secretary Lewis R. Riley, Natural Resources Secretary Ronald Franks, Environment Deputy Secretary Jonas Jacobson, Planning Deputy Secretary Betsy Burian, and General Services Asst. Sec. Nelson Reichart.
Announcement of historic commitment to farmland preservation in Maryland and new guidance documents for water and wastewater capacity management plans.
Tuesday, August 8, 2006, 4:00 p.m.
Mulberry Hill Farm, 111 Barton Road, Queen Anne, MD
US-50 E toward Bay Bridge. Stay on Rt. 50 toward Ocean City. Turn LEFT onto MD-404 toward Queen Anne. Travel 5.7 miles and Turn LEFT onto Rt. 309/Starr Road. Travel 1.8 miles and Turn LEFT onto Barton Road. Turn Left into first driveway, marked with a MULBERRY HILL FARM sign. Park along driveway and walk to house.
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