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June 5, 2014  

Mosquito Spraying to Start June 12

Starting June 12, and only if mosquito capture measurements indicate the need, our neighborhood will be sprayed for mosquito control purposes on Thursday nights between 7 p.m. and 2:30 a.m.

Although the ultra-low volume spray has been found to be effective in controlling the Asian Tiger Mosquito, carrier of the deadly West Nile virus, it has also been judged by the Maryland Department of Agriculture as harmless to humans. 

That said, common sense dictates that it is always wise to avoid or at least limit contact with any chemical pesticides, so if you're planning a barbecue outdoors please consider a night other than Thursday.

And if you're walking your dog and see the spray truck approaching, consider finding another path for a while. 

Also consider ridding your property of any standing water that could also breed these pests. Or if you can't, consider a mosquito dunk--they're only a dollar-a-pop online with free shipping, according to Dave Delia. Click here.

If you have any questions, call Dave Delia at 443-534-7229 (c) or 410-268-8622 (h).
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Newport and Chestnut Avenue Project Areas

Ribbon cutting and celebration of continuous bio-retention, wetland reconstruction, and living shoreline projects

Ribbon Cutting, Site Tour, Celebration of Completion
Friday, June 6
2 - 5 p.m.
meet at Chestnut Avenue at Fishing Creek (at street end)

The newly installed swales on Newport and Chestnut Avenues, the rehabilitated wetland and living shorelines are completed. Now it's time for celebration with a ribbon-cutting and site tour.  


Arundel on the Bay has benefited greatly by being the beneficiary of $500,000 in Maryland state grant dollars, which paid for the design and construction, and countless volunteer hours from the South River Federation, who provided Kirk Matay to serve as the tireless and very competent project manager and Jennifer Carr to coordinate the spring and final project stage of planting.  


Project partners include:

  • Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works
  • Arundel on the Bay
  • Critical Areas Commission
  • South River Federation

Project funding provided by: 

  • The Chesapeake Bay Trust
  • The Maryland Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund

Special THANKS to those who have partnered, worked with, and supported Arundel on the Bay for the duration this project:

  • South River Federation
  • Anne Arundel County: Watershed Stewards Academy, Department of Public Works, and Inspections and Permits
  • Chesapeake Bay Trust
  • Maryland Critical Areas Commission
  • Maryland Department of Natural Resources
  • Keller-Williams corporate volunteers

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For more information contact Julie Winters,, 202-997-4240.