Maryland Bd of Public Works Considers Wetlands Permit for Gas Pipe

In December, the Maryland Board of Public Works (BPW), which has three members (two leftwing Democrats and RINO Gov. Larry Hogan), surprisingly approved a 10-inch, 6.83-mile pipeline for the Maryland portion of a 19+ mile project called the Del-Mar Energy Pathway Project, crossing both Delaware and Maryland (see Maryland Board of Public Works Approves Tiny Pipe in Eastern Shore). There is one final bit of that project (10.75 miles) that needs a wetlands permit in Maryland in order to build. BPW will make that decision on Wednesday.

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