State OKs Renovation Of Old Factory At Canal PlaceThe state will help renovate of an old factory building in Cumberland as part of the Canal Place tourism development.
Officials Delay Meeting On Authorizing $20M Riot ResponseA Maryland board meeting where officials were to consider authorizing $20 million in state rainy day funds to pay for April's response to rioting in Baltimore has been postponed.
Officials Delay Meeting On Authorizing $20M Riot ResponseA Maryland board meeting where officials were to consider authorizing $20 million in state rainy day funds to pay for April's response to rioting in Baltimore has been postponed.
Comptroller To Visit Site Of New Frederick High SchoolComptroller Peter Franchot is scheduled to tour the site of the new Frederick High School.
Public Works: Schools, Take Care Of What You HaveA message to Maryland school districts from the Board of Public Works: take better care of what you have.
Board OKs Wetlands License For Cove PointThe Maryland Board of Public Works approved a wetlands license on Wednesday for Dominion Resources to build a pier that is needed to construct a liquefied natural gas export facility in Calvert County.
Board Of Public Works Approves $4.8M For Enoch Pratt RenovationsThe Maryland Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved $4.8 million to complete design plans for a major renovation at Baltimore's Enoch Pratt Free Central Library.
Board Approves $35M For Sewage Treatment PlantsMaryland's Board of Public Works has approved $35 million in funding to upgrade sewage treatment plants and septic systems.
Board Delays Decision On Kent Island ProjectThe Board of Public Works has postponed a decision on whether to grant permits for a Kent Island housing development in an environmentally sensitive area near the Chesapeake Bay.
Maryland Housing Agency To Move To Prince George'sGov. Martin O'Malley is announcing the approval of a lease to move the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development headquarters to Prince George's County.
Md. Comptroller Gives Gov. O'Malley $271 Unclaimed Property Check For once, Gov. Martin O'Malley got a pleasant surprise from Comptroller Peter Franchot at the start of a Board of Public Works meeting.
Board Approves $40K Settlement For Beaten InmateThe Board of Public Works approved a $40,000 settlement on Wednesday for a former inmate who was beaten on three occasions in 2007 after he claimed he ended his involvement in a smuggling ring that included a corrupt former corrections officer.

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