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Hogan to attend park opening in Denton

Gov. Larry Hogan announces his decision to veto a paid sick leave bill on Thursday, May 25, 2017. With him is Kelly Shulz, the secretary of the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, who is tasked with running a study to examine the potential effects of paid sick leave on small businesses in the state. (Bryan P. Sears)

Gov. Larry Hogan announces his decision to veto a paid sick leave bill on Thursday, May 25, 2017. With him is Kelly Shulz, the secretary of the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, who is tasked with running a study to examine the potential effects of paid sick leave on small businesses in the state. (Bryan P. Sears)

DENTON — Gov. Larry Hogan is attending the grand opening of the Crouse Park Visitor and Heritage Center.

It’s scheduled for Wednesday morning in Denton in Caroline County, which is the only county in Maryland that has been without a visitor’s center.

The center will support the tourism industry and economy in Caroline County.

The project had been stalled for 14 years.