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  • Citizens stopped Veolia contract in its tracks

    Citizens stopped Veolia contract in its tracks
    They say you can't fight City Hall, but we did: Baltimore's citizens should celebrate the defeat of the proposed contract with global water privateer Veolia ("Baltimore panel recommends London company for controversial DPW efficiency contract," Dec. 4).
  • Water consultant a leaky proposition

    Water consultant a leaky proposition
    Does the Department of Public Works really not have the expertise to conduct its own internal study of our city's water and wastewater treatment plants? Is it really necessary to hire an outside consulting firm at the cost of $500,000? ("Baltimore panel...

    Wrong to privatize water

    Wrong to privatize water
    Despite what the mayor's office has claimed, there is a very real threat that a contract with Veolia under any name could result in privatization down the line. This is why I participated in the One Baltimore rally to oppose any water contract with Veolia...

    City should reject privatizing water

    City should reject privatizing water
    I stand with those who rallied to keep public water in public hands and applaud Councilman Carl Stokes for calling for a hearing ("Hearing scheduled for concerns on city water system privatization," Oct. 27). Baltimore should not enter into a contract...

    Don't let water slip through our fingers

    Don't let water slip through our fingers
    Regarding the recent protests over how Baltimore should manage its water ("Baltimore officials say there's no plan to privatize water system," Oct. 24), I support the people rallying at City Hall and at the public hearing on the proposed Veolia contract....