The 2014 Clarksburg master plan was written specifically with strict, science based limits on paved surfaces in this watershed to protect water quality. This proposed ZTA conflicts directly with this master plan.
This is not a bike path vs. clean water choice. We can have both. But the science is clear. The proposed housing and other land developments in Ten Mile Creek, in combination with the bike paths and all other forms of hard surfaces, need to conform to limits previously established by Montgomery County. Any proposed weakening of these protective limits should be rejected.
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