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Links 1 through 6 of 6 by South Laurel Views tagged laurel_lakes

Residents who moved to the Laurel Lakes development for the beauty of the nearby water may be relieved to hear that a restoration project is slated to begin there later this year. Jan 17,2008

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Laurel Lakes' developer, Michael T. Rose, said the new lakes were designed mostly as stormwater management ponds, to capture water flowing in through their feeder stream, Bear Branch, and surrounding roads and parking lots during heavy rains. Nov 10, 2005

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After years of planning, Prince George's County officials will soon begin construction on five demonstration projects, including four in Laurel, that they hope will improve the quality of water that ends up flowing into the Upper Patuxent River and the...

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Laurel Lakes will not be dredged in the near future, as many residents had hoped. Prince George's County officials, who are responsible for the water, have changed their minds about requesting $600,000 in fiscal year 2007 to dredge the sediment-filled ...

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For almost 10 years, Laurel Lakes residents have strongly urged local officials to clean up the brown, polluted water that adjoins their homes, a 2.65-acre upper lake and a 15.6-acre lower lake. But little has been done. County officials now are develo...

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To control the sediment muddying Laurel Lakes, Prince George's County officials plan to create two storm water management ponds. The temporary access path they will cut to get to the banks could be turned into a permanent walking path, bike path or eve...

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