Why are we relying on nonprofits to provide water quality results? Why isn’t the Maryland Department of the Environment, Maryland Environmental Service, the state health department or state natural resources department providing official, private lab certified, daily test results to us online every day, seven days a week, until this problem is fully resolved?

Why aren’t water barriers in place to hold all particulate emissions and solid waste, with crews removing waste from the barriers to stop it from entering the river?

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