Montgomery County rolls the dice with the region’s water system

Sunday, November 17, 2013 - 3:21pm

A proposal to amend the land-use plan for the Clarksburg area, in the northern part of the county, is set to be taken up by the county council in December. This proposal may endanger the integrity of the water system for metropolitan Washington by permitting millions of square feet of commercial and office development and the construction of hundreds of residences alongside the headwaters of Ten Mile Creek, the last undeveloped tributary of Little Seneca Reservoir.

Check out theop-ed piece on Ten Mile Creek and Little Seneca Reservoir by John Menke, Scott Fosler and Royce Hanson in  the Nov. 17, 2013 Washington Post.