The public hearing room, full, with handwritten letters held in the foreground

67 Marylanders speak out for offshore wind

March 31, 2017

As protectors of the environment, we seem to spend most of our time fighting against dangerous proposals.  From trash-burning incinerators to crude oil train terminals, the resources at Baltimore's port seem to attract some of the worst examples of failed development.  But last night was an incredible opportunity to stand up for the kind of investment in infrastructure we do want to see in Baltimore: infrastructure that cleans our air, fights climate change, and brings good, stable industry and high-paying jobs back to Sparrow's Point.  Last night the Public Service Commission held