FEDERALSBURG — More than a 100 citizens gathered in Federalsburg Town Hall Sept. 19 to have their questions answered by AquaCon lawyer Ryan Showalter. Maryland Department of the Environment representatives attended via Zoom along with about 20 other people. The crowd wanted answers about the proposed 17.5 acre salmon farming facility on the Frank Adams Industrial Park that will discharge 2.3 million gallons of water a day into the Marshyhope Creek.

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