‘GOVERNING FOR RESULTS’ SERIES TO FOCUS ON EFFORTS TO RESTORE THE HEALTH OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY
ANNAPOLIS, MD (October 14, 2014) — Governor Martin O’Malley TODAY will join Chesapeake Bay Foundation Maryland Executive Director Alison Prost, students from Hollifield Station Elementary School, and State officials at an active stream restoration project along the Upper Little Patuxent River to highlight Maryland’s commitment to restoring the health of the Chesapeake Bay. This event continues the ‘Governing for Results’ series, highlighting progress on the Administration’s 16 strategic goals.
WHAT: ‘Governing for Results’ Series to Highlight Chesapeake Bay Restoration Efforts
WHO: Governor Martin O’Malley, Students from Hollifield Station Elementary School, State Highway Administrator Melinda Peters, Department of Natural Resources Assistant Secretary of Aquatic Resources David Goshorn, Maryland Department of Environment Deputy Secretary David Costello, and Chesapeake Bay Foundation Maryland Executive Director Alison Prost
WHEN: TODAY, Tuesday, October 14, 2014, at 11:00 a.m.
WHERE: Along the banks of the Upper Little Patuxent River in Howard County
3800 block of Paul Mill Road
Ellicott City, Maryland 21042
Hardhats and safety vests are required to gain access to this active construction site. Please wear boots and casual clothes as the event is in the Upper Little Patuxent River stream bed.
From US 29 in Ellicott City: Exit on US 40 West and travel for 0.3 miles and make a left on Dogwood Drive. Follow Dogwood Drive until it ends and make a right on Frederick Road. Take first left on Gray Rock Drive. Follow Gray Rock Drive 1 mile and turn right on Paul Mill Road. Travel 0.2 miles along Paul Mill Road until you see the entrance to the construction site on the right side of the road. Park along Paul Mill Road near the construction entrance.
Please do not block the construction entrance.
For more information on Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts, please visit: http://baystat.maryland.gov/.