Charm City is undergoing a major transformation with the help of the Baltimore City Department of Public Works. From dining rooms to transportation centers, there are plenty of new and improved projects underway that will bring thousands of jobs and unique experiences to Baltimore. The Department of Public Works has submitted a joint permit request to the Maryland Department of Environment's Wetlands and Waterways Program for the LRD on the Unnamed Tributary Culvert LRD Culvert 11 project. This project involves replacing an existing 30-inch RCP sewer and repairing a washing area adjacent to the LRD.
In addition, a major sewer rehabilitation project is taking place in the Overlea and Rosedale areas. This project consists of 15 miles of sewer lines. These projects span the housing, entertainment, business and transportation sectors, so there's something for everyone in Baltimore. With new projects constantly being developed, you're sure to find something new every time you visit Charm City. The LRD on the Unnamed Tributary Culvert LRD Culvert 11 project is just one example of how Baltimore is transforming.
This project will bring much-needed improvements to the city's infrastructure, while also providing jobs and economic opportunities for local residents. The Overlea and Rosedale sewer rehabilitation project is another example of how Baltimore is transforming. This project will improve the city's sewer system, while also providing jobs and economic opportunities for local residents. These projects are just a few examples of how Baltimore is transforming into a vibrant city with plenty of opportunities for its residents.
With new projects constantly being developed, Charm City is sure to become an even more exciting place to live and visit.