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Announcement Of Major Contribution For Maryland Artificial Reef Initiative - Media Advisory
WHO: Maryland Legislative Sportsmenís Caucus
Dominion Energy Corporation
Members of the Maryland General Assembly
Coastal Conservation Association
DNR Secretary John R. Griffin
WHAT: Dominion Energy Announcement of Gift to Coastal Conservation Association for Maryland Artificial Reef Initiative
The catalyst for the program is the old Woodrow Wilson Bridge, which is available to be used for marine and fish habitat, but for which the cost of transportation and deployment is required.
WHERE: Senate James Office Building (Room 204), Annapolis WHEN: Friday, February 23, 2007 at 8:30 a.m.
February 22, 2007
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