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Love That Dirty Water:

Ehrlich administration

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that would classify some state waterways as "not acceptable for recreation or aquatic life because of pollution, naturally low oxygen levels, or other factors."

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Downtown Destination:

From the

Baltimore Business Journal

, Heather Harlan

that the owners of the

and the

restaurant have proposed a six-screen cineplex/restaurant at downtown's recently shuttered Morris A. Mechanic Theatre. A

has also been proposed for the site.

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Also from the

BBJ

, DOT Secretary Robert Flanagan

Midwest port of Baltimore sales associates.

Station for Sale:

From a report by the

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Towerlight

's Brian Stelter,

considering

its campus TV station,

.

O'Rumors:

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Despite

--Kendel Ehrlich: "Relax. You'll be fine. We need you. Ken."--Gov. Robert Ehrlich still

that he's basically never heard of

.

on e-mails released Friday,

,

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,

(shock! he's self-righteous).

Not too related to O'Rumors, but close enough:

Sun

columnist C. Fraser Smith, in a good piece in Sunday's Perspective section,

the how's and why's of the Ehrlich administration's anti-city politics.

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AIDS Up in Western Md.:

From the Hagerstown

Herald-Mail

, number of Washington County AIDS cases

since 1997.

Help Wanted:

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starts

for new chancellor.

No Dice:

As expected, state Senate

to House slots bill.

Gag Order:

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Ehrlich spokesman Paul E. Schurick

, at Friday

panel, that he suggested

state employees from talking to

The Sun

.

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Space Man:

Bush

Michael D. Griffin, head of the Johns Hopkins

space department, to head

. Looks like the

Houston Chronicle

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had the story

.

New York Times

,

Post

,

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Sun

.

Missed It:

From

The Jeffersonian

, Maryland Military Department

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Towson and Pikesville armories.

Self-Denial:

From the

Gazette

papers,

(R-Montgomery Co.)

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he's not xenophobic.


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