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Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz

Jun 14, 2012

Week in review: 6/15/12

Study: State should bet on 6 for casinos Maryland’s gambling market can absorb a sixth casino — and already-approved facilities will make more money — if the state also legalizes table games, according to a joint study by state fiscal analysts and PricewaterhouseCoopers. A casino at National Harbor in Prince George’s County with 3,000 slot […]

Apr 1, 2012

You don’t have to be a judge to play one on TV

A show that casts pre-teens and teenagers as lawyers in mock courtroom competition is in the market for attorneys and judges to play jurists on television, pro bono. Farzan Mohamed and Sterling Schepers — who are neither lawyers nor judges — have attracted some high-powered talent as executive producer and marketing director of School Court […]

Dec 23, 2011

Real Estate Weekly – 12/23/11: COPT sells properties in Baltimore County

Charlotte-based online mortgage originator opens office in Rockville RoundPoint Mortgage Co. of Charlotte, N.C., an online originator of home loans, announced it is opening a Rockville office that will house a 10-person team of consumer loan officers. The new office, located at 1300 Piccard Drive, Suite 107, has 3,000 square feet of space. When fully staffed, […]

Dec 11, 2011

Gundersen finishing Baltimore County’s new strategic plan

In April, Daniel C. Gundersen cold called Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz detailing ideas for the county’s economic development during this time of recession and lean budgets. “I believe in the proverb, ‘If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there,’ ” Gundersen said, citing a philosophy that led to a […]

Dec 7, 2011

Baltimore County expands small business loan fund

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced on Wednesday that five more banks have joined the Baltimore County Small Business Loan Partnership, bringing total commitments to the loan fund to $12,350,000 from 20 financial institutions. CFG Community Bank, Sandy Spring Bank, Peoples Bank, Northwest Savings Bank and TD Bank have joined the public-private partnership between the […]

Nov 14, 2011

Wegmans to open store at Solo Cup site in Owings Mills

Wegmans Food Market Inc. announced Monday it plans to open a store in Owings Mills at the site of the now shuttered Solo Cup factory. It will be the second Baltimore County location for the mega grocery and specialty foods store. A Wegmans opened at the Hunt Valley Town Center in Cockeysville in the fall […]

Oct 28, 2011

Real Estate Weekly – 10/28/11: EA Engineering to be honored by Chamber

EA Engineering to be honored by Chamber EA Engineering, Science, and Technology Inc., a multi-disciplinary environmental and engineering firm headquartered in Hunt Valley, will be honored by the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce with the 2011 Baltimore County New Directions Award. The award, given to a company that exemplifies the quality and future direction of the […]

Oct 25, 2011

Quid pro quo charged on alcohol tax proceeds

It took some Annapolis deal making in order to get the new 3 percent alcohol tax passed at the tail end of this year’s legislative session, and charges are being levied that politics are being played with where those proceeds are being spent. Policymakers estimated that the tax would bring in $88 million in its […]

Oct 5, 2011

A peek behind drone maker AAI Corp.’s curtain

In an unassuming industrial complex in Cockeysville, not far from the hustle and bustle of the York Road corridor, sits the campus of AAI Corp., a 60-year-old aerospace and defense company that churns out everything from unmanned reconnaissance planes to high-concept machine guns. AAI was founded in Baltimore County in 1950 and has grown into […]

Aug 19, 2011

Real Estate Weekly – 8/19/11: Dunkin’ Donuts planned in Annapolis historic district

Dunkin’ Donuts planned in historic area Feelings in Annapolis are mixed about a proposed Dunkin’ Donuts store in the city’s historic district, the Capital newspaper reported. Todd Lalumiere, the operator of three Dunkin’ Donuts stores, wants to open the new store at 38 West Street before Christmas, and has asked the city to grant him […]

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