June 21, 2018

Statement by County Executive Ike Leggett on Stormwater Management Capital Projects

Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett made the following statement on the County Council’s intent to reform the stormwater management program.

“I am pleased that the County Council signaled its intent to approve the reform of our stormwater management construction program, which will enhance our ability to meet important environmental goals and will support projects designed to meet our State-mandated MS4 (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System) permit.

Upon final approval by the Council, it will keep Montgomery County as the leader in protecting the environment, giving us the most efficient and cost-effective method to meet our MS4 permit requirements with minimal delays and without an increased burden on our taxpayers.”

1 comment:

  1. I hope the program that is approved this year is better than the last one which must have just been a cover for a slush fund. The $13 million dollars to clean-up Gunner's Lake in Germantown was an absolute waste. It is the same, or worse than it was before the project. A Boy Scout Troop doing an Eagle project did a better job in one afternoon volunteering than the county's two year over budget catastrophe. Ike Leggett is a joke and should be forced out of office for being incompetent and running Montgomery County into the ground.


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