A new report will suggest future uses for the former Sparrows Point steel mill site.
A report by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation concludes that storm water and sewage plant upgrades intended to help nurse the environmentally-battered bay back to health would create nearly 250,000 jobs.
A Prince George’s County town is being recognized as an example of how to improve the environment while creating jobs.
House Speaker Michael Busch says lawmakers will discuss options for trying to increase jobs in Maryland during next week’s special session on congressional redistricting, but legislation aimed at spurring job growth won’t be taken on until the regular 90-day session in January.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate in maryland is 7.2 percent, still below the national average of 9.1 percent.
Prince George’s County has established a $50 million fund aimed at creating jobs and
encouraging economic development.