MIA staying downtown after lease agreement

Another landlord appeared to have won competitive bid, but heavy lobbying campaign helped reverse that decision

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s spending board voted 2-1 on Wednesday to approve a 10-year lease costing $1.68 million annually to keep the Maryland Insurance Administration in downtown Baltimore. Gov. Larry Hogan and Treasurer Nancy Kopp voted in favor of the new lease despite protests from the ownership of Montgomery Park, which currently has protests before the state ...

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