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A new state law lets counties in Maryland take action on run-down properties, ranging from lawn-mowing to repair or demolition.
Along the “Delmarva” shore, coastal residents are pushing back against intensive development of the waterfront and beach.
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The WaterShed house took top honors in the overall competition.
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