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Former Prince George’s housing director sentenced to 3 years

GREENBELT — A former Prince George’s County housing director has been sentenced to three years and one month in prison for his role in a corruption scheme involving former county executive Jack Johnson. James Johnson pleaded guilty to asking for ...

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House of Delegates passes offshore wind bill

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland House of Delegates voted 88-47 on Friday for a scaled-back measure to help develop offshore wind off the coast of Ocean City in as soon as five years. Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley is backing the legislation ...

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Prosecutors want Johnson to pay fine before prison

GREENBELT — Prosecutors say former Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson has the money to pay a $100,000 fine related to his extortion conviction before he heads to prison. The Washington Times reports that a motion was filed on Wednesday ...

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Task force: Clear policies required on incentives to developers

A city task force examining taxpayer incentives to developers is recommending new criteria for the awards, including profit sharing on all projects, independent monitors and possible use of such inducements to help rebuild Baltimore’s middle class. The task force’s report ...

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Search on for new anchor at 25th St. project

Developers for Baltimore’s controversial 25th Street Station in Remington are actively seeking a new anchor tenant in the wake of the withdrawal of home improvement chain Lowe’s from the project. Lowe’s officials informed developer Rick Walker on Monday that the ...

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Maryland to unveil streamlined approval process

Maryland will unveil a streamlined approval process for developers and businesses pursuing large, job-creating projects on Thursday. Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to sign an executive order in Halethorpe to create “Fast Track,” building on steps his administration has taken ...

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