IAN in the Media

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The Easton Star Democrat (Thu 18 Jun, 2009)
County to bring 'Status of the Choptank' to public forum June 23
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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DENTON - At the urging of the Caroline County Commissioners, a "Status of the Choptank River" discussion has been scheduled for Tuesday, June 23, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Health and Public Services building in Denton.


Southern Maryland News (Wed 17 Jun, 2009)
Fowler more optimistic about Patuxent's future: Annual wade-in made positive by Executive Order
Staff quoted: UMCES
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Former Maryland State Senator Bernie Fowler seemed re-invigorated Sunday in his long fight to restore the Chesapeake Bay to the healthy waterway he enjoyed in his youthful days.


The Salisbury Daily Times (Sun 14 Jun, 2009)
Editorial: Coastal bays decline troubling - Worcester County receives wake-up call on water quality
Staff quoted: UMCES
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Worcester County's coastal bays are beginning to suffer a decline in water quality, according to a report recently released by the Maryland Coastal Bays Program and other agencies. Even the southern Chincoteague Bay, normally one of the cleaner areas, is seeing a drop. The coastal bays overall received a grade of C+, while the Chincoteague Bay got a B-. The healthiest was the Sinepuxent Bay, which borders the federally protected Assateague Island National Seashore, while the Newport Bay and St. Martin River, both of which receive runoff from nearby developed areas, earned grades of D+.


The Worcester County Times (Thu 11 Jun, 2009)
Coastal bays get C+ for health from researchers
Staff quoted: UMCES
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OCEAN CITY -- The Worcester coastal bays earned only a C+ on a grading scale that judges water quality, according to a new book and report card produced by the Maryland Coastal Bays Program and other agencies.


WBOC (Salisbury) Television (Wed 10 Jun, 2009)
Environmentalists Release Report Card on Coastal Bays (Video)
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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ASSATEAGUE ISLAND, Md.- On Monday, The Maryland Coastal Bays Program released a report card on the health of Maryland and Virginia's Atlantic coastal bays. The grades were given to six coastal bays in Worcester and Accomack counties. The overall grade for the bays was a C+. The Sinepuxent Bay scored the best with a B. The Saint Martin's River and Newport Bay scored the lowest with a D+.


The Baltimore Sun (Tue 9 Jun, 2009)
Coastal bays are degrading: String of fragile lagoons west of Ocean City given a C-plus in first report card
Staff quoted: Bill Dennison
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Maryland's coastal bays - where many beach vacationers fish, boat and admire the sunsets - are in better shape than the Chesapeake Bay, but their health is slipping amid growing pollution, a new scientific report finds.


The Baltimore Sun (Tue 9 Jun, 2009)
Editorial: Water hazard - Worcester County's choice to ax planning and permitting jobs suggests the lackluster grade given coastal bays' health is only a start
Staff quoted: UMCES
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When are layoffs a genuine effort to streamline government and when are they an excuse to change policy in a backdoor manner? In Worcester County, home to Ocean City and some of Maryland's most valuable (and sensitive) waterfront land, it appears the latter is at work.


The Worcester County Times (Mon 8 Jun, 2009)
Coastal bays get C+ for health
Staff quoted: UMCES
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OCEAN CITY — The Worcester coastal bays earned only a C+ on a grading scale that measures water quality, according to a new book and report card produced by the Maryland Coastal Bays Program and other agencies.


The Associated Press (Mon 8 Jun, 2009)
Maryland coastal bays get C+ grade
Staff quoted: UMCES
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OCEAN CITY, Md. (AP) — A new report card gives Maryland's coastal bays a C+ grade, finding sea grasses rebounding but still at levels little more than half of those seen earlier in the decade and varying water quality.


The Annapolis Capital (Sat 6 Jun, 2009)
Commentary: Tipping points for the bay
Staff quoted: Michael Kemp, Bill Dennison
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In the upper Chesapeake Bay, cutting pollution has lagged well behind goals scientists say are needed to restore the estuary.



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