Local Artist Raises $1,500 to Protect Perryman Peninsula

On Monday, July 18, 2022 Jackson Mezan, 16, presented Greg LaCour of 3P with a check for $1,500. The money was collected at a silent auction of 2 of Mezan’s wooden Bush River maps in early July. The winning bidders were Eileen and Harry Webster, and Ellen and Joe Cianelli. Mezan designed and then laser […]

Paving Paradise Part 9: The Long Road Ahead

The story of freight terminals in Perryman and across the region is still being written. Comprehensive legislation at a state and county level is needed to regulate these  transshipment points to protect communities from their myriad of social costs. Read “Paving Paradise” Part 9 » This is part nine of nine in the Paving Paradise […]

Paving Paradise Part 4: Something in the Air

Beyond the visible issues of tractor trailer traffic, the 18 wheelers contribute additional harm to community members, notably air, noise, and light pollution.  Scientific literature has robustly correlated emissions from diesel trucks with a host of health impacts. Read “Paving Paradise” Part 4 » This is part four of nine in the Paving Paradise series […]

Wini Roche Letter of Support for Perryman

Wini Roche, Candidate for Harford County Council President www.electwini.com Provided September 9, 2022 I applaud the ongoing efforts of 3P, Inc. and the coalition to oppose the proposal for a mega distribution center on the Perryman Peninsula. This project is the latest evidence of the unchecked power developers have on public policy and land use […]

Brooke Lierman, Candidate for Maryland State Comptroller, Opposition Letter on the Mitchell Farm Project

Brooke Lierman, Candidate for State Comptroller Provided by Brooke Lierman on September 13th, 2022 https://www.brookelierman.com/ The proposal for a mega distribution center on the Perryman Peninsula is not in the best interest of Harford County residents or the state of Maryland. This proposed development would also wreak havoc on Harford County’s pristine environment. I strongly […]

WMAR News: ‘We feel betrayed’: Warehouse opponents disappointed by Harford County Council’s lack of response

BEL AIR., MD (WMAR) — “Concerned homeowners in Perryman were hoping for a win at Tuesday night’s Harford County Council meeting. This comes after County Executive Barry Glassman vetoed a measure that would’ve delayed development of a massive warehouse project. Unfortunately, none of the seven council members took up a motion to override the veto.” […]