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Prince George’s County’s vision for stormwater management is multi-faceted and involves a long-term coordinated effort by County agencies, residents, the development community, and external government stakeholders.
Prince George’s County strives to mitigate immediate stormwater issues while holding public and private institutions accountable for meeting standards and specifications to which they have agreed to pursue development activities. Specifically, we envision a stronger effort to work with the development community prior to, during, and following construction activities to set achievable expectations and objectives.
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Neither DoE nor PGCPS has readily available contractor and technical support for installation and monitoring services.
As part of the M-NCPPC Mandatory Review process (which occurs for all school projects), a traffic study was conducted and approved with recommendations set forth in the approval letter, including having a cross guard and possibly adding a signal light (to be determined by DPW&T) at each entrance of the school.
DPW&T has met with contractors onsite to complete maintenance and upgrades of the existing systems.
All communities that pre-date SWM regulations will benefit from any additional BMP’s.
The requirement is to replace the acres of trees/woodland removed with the same or more acres of trees/woodland. There is no open land at the Tantallon site to plant acres of new trees/woodland. Instead, we are preserving the equivalent acres of trees/woodland on the Noon property that would otherwise have been removed for development.