August 18, 2022

Art & Lifestyle:

3 Nights Left for Shakespeare in the City -

Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Theater Holding Auditions for ‘Clue’ -

Sunday, August 7, 2022

Shakespeare Heads to St. Mary’s City -

Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Young Artists Sought for Sotterley Contest -

Thursday, July 28, 2022

Patuxent Park Water-Sewer Meeting Feb. 19

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MetCom public meeting concerns the third phase to replace water & sewer systems in Patuxent Park., Feb. 19, 6:30 pm at the Bay District Volunteer Fire Department.

It’s Not Easy Being Green

Kermit’s lament, that it’s difficult being different, is the same with METCOM.

MetCom Clarifies Rates

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Recent remarks and reports concerning a Rate Study prepared for the Metropolitan Commission are incorrect and clarified here.

Misconceptions About MetCom: Fact 5

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MetCom is statutorily required to submit to an annual audit in accordance with all applicable generally acceptable accounting principles

Misconceptions About MetCom: Facts 3 & 4

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County government, not MetCom, is responsible for directing growth and development in St. Mary’s County and also for approving MetCom’s capital budget.

Misconceptions About MetCom: Facts 1 & 2

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MetCom is neither part of the county governmental structure nor privately owned. MetCom was created by State law in 1957.

MetCom Balances Services and Costs

Aging infrastructure, increasing environmental and regulatory demands and growing expenses place heavy burdens on systems and budgets. Keeping rates reasonable for rural systems is particularly difficult.

The Other Utility: MetCom

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For more than half a century St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission has served as the public water and sewer utility for St. Mary’s County, supported only by customers.