The Eye on Annapolis Daily Newsbrief
The things we take for granted are usually the most essential. Take water–every morning we get up and turn on the faucet to brush our teeth. But what if the tap was dry?
We hopped on the phone with Chris Phipps, Anne Arundel County’s Director of Public Works to talk about a department that is nearly invisible to most. Roads, water, sewer, trash, recycling, bridges, Bay health, traffic signals, sidewalks, fire stations, and so much more are all things we just assume are there. Not so, Chris and his award winning team of 700 plus people keep the wheels of the County running. As Chris said, they tend to be the pre-first responders.
Have a listen and make sure you check out the great resources below:
- Recycle Coach (App)
- SeeClickFix (App)
- Anne Arundel County Public Works
- 410-222-8400 – 24/7 Emergency Line
And of course they are all over social media as well: