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Chicken farm bars pollution tests


January 20, 2010
By Baltimore Sun

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January 20, 2010,
Baltimore, MD – A month after environmental groups alleged that an Eastern
Shore chicken farm was polluting a Chesapeake Bay tributary, state regulators
have yet to test the fouled waterway or the pile of sewage sludge said to be
contaminating it, officials have acknowledged.


January 20, 2010,
Baltimore, MD – A month after environmental groups alleged that an Eastern
Shore chicken farm was polluting a Chesapeake Bay tributary, state regulators
have yet to test the fouled waterway or the pile of sewage sludge said to be
contaminating it, officials have acknowledged.

Robert M. Summers, deputy
secretary of the environment, said the owner of the farm near Berlin has
refused to allow inspectors to take samples of the pile or of the water in a
drainage ditch running through his property.

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