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Council approves $1.2M for redevelopment The Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday voted 3-1 to approve $1.2 million in funding for a grant program aimed at fostering commercial redevelopment citywide and in the urban core. The funding for the “...
email@example.comAfter several years of frozen wages, 135 full-time, nonunion city employees will receive a 2 percent cost-of-living adjustment in the upcoming fiscal year thanks to a 3-1 vote Tuesday night by the Hagerstown City Council. The total cost of the COLA will...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Hagerstown City Council Tuesday gave its informal nod of approval to allocate $1.2 million to a grant program aimed at partnering the city with private developers to foster commercial redevelopment in the City Center and outside the urban core....
email@example.comTalking about the current state of downtown, Hagerstown City Councilman Donald F. Munson recently said the future looks “black, bleak, terrible” if something isn’t done to jump-start new investment and development. City officials hope a...
áThe Potomac Valley Fire Co. in Sharpsburg is getting $20,150 under a federal grant program, Maryland’s U.S. senators announced this week. The money will come from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Staffing for Adequate Fire &...
The Potomac Valley Fire Co. is getting $20,150 through a federal grant program, Maryland’s United States senators announced Thursday. The money will come from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Staffing for Adequate Fire & Emegency...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA breakdown in the legislative budget-approval process on Monday night has frozen — if only temporarily — plans to shift teacher-pension costs from the state to Maryland’s counties. The shift was expected to be phased in starting in the...
email@example.comIn newly amended versions of the proposed state budget, Washington County still faces millions of dollars in new costs for teacher pensions. The county also suffered a setback recently when House and Senate budget committees declined to lift a cap on a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBudgets are tight, but badly needed improvements proposed at Ambrose Park in Martinsburg are still possible thanks to federal funding available through the City of Martinsburg’s Community Development Block Grant program. The proposed project...
email@example.comAn unprecedented $1.5 million, seven-day mega workshop beginning Sept. 8 and run by a team of international consultants will chart a course designed to guide Ranson’s growth for the next 100 years. Andrew P. Blake, Ranson’s acting city...
Associated PressCongress is on the verge of killing funding for President Barack Obama’s signature high-speed rail program, but it may have some life in it still. Republican lawmakers are claiming credit for killing the program. But billions of dollars still in...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgMaryland Solar LLC this week received the waiver it needs from the Maryland Public Service Commission to begin construction on a $70 million, 20-megawatt solar farm by the end of this year. State law requires the filing of an application for a...
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