Center for Disaster Resilience Affiliate Offers Insight on Ellicott City Future Plans

Center for Disaster Resilience Affiliate Offers Insight on Ellicott City Future Plans

Center for Disaster Resilience Affiliate Offers Insight on Ellicott City Future Plans

Marccus Hendricks, an assistant professor in the University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and an affiliate for the Center for Disaster Resilience, spoke with WUSA9’s Get Up DC about the changes needed to reduce future catastrophic flooding events in Ellicott City, Maryland.

Read more from Hendricks on Ellicott City at the links below.

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