Storm-water fees are meant to reduce polluted runoff

Storm-water fees, which are proving controversial in some communities, are meant to help pay for measures to reduce pollution washing off of buildings and pavement whenever it rains

( File photo / May 31, 2013 )

Storm-water fees, which are proving controversial in some communities, are meant to help pay for measures to reduce pollution washing off of buildings and pavement whenever it rains

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Tim WheelerTim Wheeler reports on the environment and Chesapeake Bay. A native of West Virginia, he has focused mainly on Maryland's environment since moving here in 1983. Along the way, he's crewed aboard a skipjack in the bay, canoed under city streets up the Jones Fall from the Inner Harbor, and gone deep underground in a western Maryland coal mine. He loves seafood, rambles in the country and good stories. He hopes to share some here.

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