A neighboring state delays new stormwater regulations

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New stormwater regulations proposed for Virginia have been put on hold, in part due to widespread opposition from developers and builders.

The Virginian-Pilot reports that Virginia's proposed new regulations are opposed as being too complex and putting too many limits on development -- particularly in this time of economic recession.

Maryland is in the midst of a similar debate, as new stormwater rules in the state -- set to take effect in May -- are being criticized by developers as undermining Smart Growth and discouraging redevelopment in urban areas.

Read The Virginian-Pilot article here:
Panel puts hold on new rules for stormwater

Watch for continued coverage of the stormwater management issues at Center Maryland.

Previous stormwater coverage from Center Maryland

Developers and environmentalists battle over new stormwater rules

Developers fear new stormwater regulations will undermine Smart Growth
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