Why The State Delayed New Farm Runoff Regulations By Fraser Smith • Aug 30, 2013 TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 3:58 Why The State Delayed New Farm Runoff Regulations WYPR's Fraser Smith and Tim Wheeler of the Baltimore Sun talk about the state's delay of new farm runoff regulations and what the decision means for both environmentalists and Maryland's poultry industry. Tags: environmentpoultry industryChesapeake BayInside Maryland PoliticsWYPR FeaturesTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Deadline For Setting Stormwater Fees Looms By Karen Hosler • Jun 25, 2013 eutrophication&hypoxia via Flickr Listen Listening... / 3:39 Deadline For Setting Stormwater Fees Looms Most local governments ordered by the state to impose new fees to reduce rainwater pollution will make the July 1 deadline—despite much protest and delay. After a recent siege of storms, some wonder if Mother Nature did a bit of lobbying. No Clogs Expected On Final Baltimore Stormwater Fee Vote By P. Kenneth Burns • Jun 21, 2013 The Baltimore City Council is expected to give final approval Monday evening to new fees to raise money to upgrade stormwater systems.