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2023 Sewer Committee Year-End Summary

The committee met formally in September 2023 to discuss the statement issued by the Green Towson Alliance, which calls on Baltimore County to require a comprehensive review by outside experts of the methodology and information used by the Baltimore County Department of Public Works and Transportation (DPWT) to a) prepare the Basic Services Sewerage Map and b) review individual development plans to determine whether public sewerage facilities are adequate to support the development described in the plans.

The committee feels it is important as a community association to be aware of our neighbors’ concerns about the safety of sanitary sewer lines that run through our community, including a major pipe under Lake Roland. The County plans to reline these sewer pipes as it works to comply with the 2005 Consent Decree issued by the Maryland Department of the Environment and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The Association is in regular contact with the Baltimore County Department of Public Works and Transportation about the sewer lining project slated to begin in the near future. We plan to hold a public meeting with the County Sewer Design Bureau Chief to update our community on how this project will take place.