Foxbaltimore.com reports that Baltimore will get more than $20 million in grants to help prevent sanitary sewer overflows.
Maryland’s Board of Public Works approved the Bay Restoration Fund grants on Wednesday.
The Maryland Department of the Environment said in a news release that the grants will help Baltimore
improve the existing sanitary sewer infrastructure in the Patapsco and Herring Run sewersheds.
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