Archive for May, 2014

May 22nd, 2014 No Comments

by Jan Knox After a year filled with: research, a workshop, a site plan with the Maryland Forestry Dept., the approval of the Audubon Condominium Board of Directors, an additional site visit with the tree contractor (Conservation Services Inc.) and the final approval from the Neighborhood Green Project…on March 31, 2014 our reforestation plan came

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May 22nd, 2014 No Comments

100 Miles of Will Power The C&O Canal 100 is a 100 mile race starting at Camp Manidokan in Knoxville, Maryland and runs along the canal between Antietam Creek and Noland’s Ferry. This scenic running challenge takes athletes past historic sites along the Potomac in Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia. Lake Linganore was represented at

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May 22nd, 2014 No Comments

Coldstream Rain Garden by Linnea Lundh Nowadays, you hear people talking about “going green” and helping out the environment. Since we live on Lake Linganore, nature is our neighbor. Lake Linganore is a beautiful lake but we need to take care of it. By “going green”, we are making a commitment to take care of

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May 22nd, 2014 No Comments

by Charissa Roberson In the quiet of the old office, I sat down in a chair and laid a scrap of paper on my lap. It always fascinates me to find objects from many years ago, still surviving even though the hands that made them have not. I gingerly smoothed the worn folds of the

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May 16th, 2014 No Comments

Young Maryland Black Bears Explore Frederick County *Originally Published in the July 2012 LakeTalk Issue. Throughout history black bears have called Maryland home. By the early 1900s black bears could only be found in the most remote and rugged areas of Garrett and western Alleghany counties. As agricultural pursuits were strengthened, the bear population was

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May 2nd, 2014 No Comments

The mobilization effort for the Boyers Mill Bridge Project will commence within the next 10 days. Nightingale residents will notice increased activity and large equipment deliveries to Nightingale Beach. In order to expedite construction efforts, the contractor will be using Nightingale Beach as a staging area. Nightingale Beach will be closed during this initial phase.

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