Bill 23-025 introduced to extend the moratorium for an additional 90 days

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3P Protect Perryman Peninsula Lawsuit Updates

On April 24, 2023, 3P announced its decision to voluntarily dismiss its ongoing legal case against Harford County. This decision comes in response to the new administration led by County Executive Bob Cassilly, which appears to be shifting its stance on the controversial CREG/Mitchell freight terminal project.

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3P Protect Perryman Peninsula Pauses Litigation During Moratorium

Today, 3P Protect Perryman Peninsula, a grassroots organization focused on stopping further industrial development, protecting [...]

3P Protect Perryman Peninsula Coalition Applauds Passage of Bill 23–005 Moratorium-Warehouse, Awaits County Executive’s Signature

The 3P Protect Perryman Peninsula coalition extends its heartfelt gratitude to County Executive Bob Cassilly [...]

Councilman Penman’s Connection with Developer Attorney Snee Concerning

3P calls for Penman to recuse himself. Harford County Councilman Aaron Penman faces a conflict [...]

Perryman Traffic and Safety Town Hall Meeting Draws Over 90 People

On February 28, 2023 the Protect Perryman Peninsula (3P) coalition in conjunction with the office [...]

Amended Complaint Filed Against the Freight Terminal at Mitchell Farm

On February 1, 2023, 3P Protect Perryman Peninsula, LLC. along with 5 other plaintiffs filed [...]


Harford County Executive Bob Cassilly Introduces Moratorium Legislation on Mega-Warehouses

We are very encouraged by Wednesday’s announcement by Harford County Executive Bob Cassilly to introduce [...]

3P Response to MDOT SHA Regarding Traffic Impact Study for Mitchell Freight Center

The 3P Protect Perryman Peninsula, LLC. (3P) acknowledges the comments the Maryland Department of Transportation [...]

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Lisa Kozel Mangione Donates Art to Protect Perryman

Lisa Kozel Mangione is a mixed media artist who is the definition of artivist. Lisa [...]

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1000 New Freight Distribution Jobs Doesn’t Cut It

Hear why the freight distribution jobs being promoted by the 5.2 million square foot Mitchell Farm “improvement” project are not worth the amount of negative impacts to our infrastructure and environment in Harford County.

Environmental Risk vs. Job Reward

Lauren Anderson details how 1000 proposed jobs over a 5.2 million sq. ft. freight distribution project doesn’t produce much “bang for the buck”. The project will produce 1 hourly waged job per 5,200 sq foot of freight distribution space.

Freight Distribution Job Saturation

Angie Lane describes first hand that the freight distribution industry can not currently fill all the open jobs. Almost half of the freight distribution employees come from outside the County.

Water Pollution Concerns Over Perryman Wellheads

Ron Stuchinski speaking at the Mar 1, 2022 Harford County Council meeting on how the freight distribution development proposed at the Mitchell farm in Perryman could have damaging effects on the nearby Perryman wellhead that provides water to 30% of the the county’s residents.

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LI Zoning Doesn’t Fit Freight Distribution

Glenn Gillis explains at the Feb 1, 2022 Harford County Council meeting why the planned activity at the freight distribution development proposed for the Mitchell farm in Perryman is not permitted in LI zoning.

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Inadequate Infrastructure for Freight Distribution

Brendan Patton speaking at the Feb 8, 2022 Harford County Council meeting on the threat to safety and EMT response times that will result from the building of more freight distribution facilities on the Perryman Peninsula without infrastructure improvement.

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Quality of Life Impacts

Kate McDonald speaking at the Mar 1, 2022 Harford County Council meeting on the disparate impact of the freight distribution development proposed at the Mitchell farm in Perryman and requesting that county leadership adhere to their oath to protect the health and safety of all county.

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Members of the 3P community have attended Harford County Council meetings since November 2021.

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