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Tag Archives: Howard County

Real Estate Weekly – 10/11/13

Ulman announces launch of the Watershed Protection Partnership Program Howard County Executive Ken Ulman announced the launch of the Watershed Protection Partnership Program, which allows not-for-profit organizations and religious institutions to develop and implement plans for greater water quality improvement ...

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Howard Co., APL to unveil tech transfer pact

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman has scheduled an announcement Thursday of a new commercial partnership between the Howard County Economic Development Authority and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, aimed at bringing technologies developed at the APL to market.

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Real Estate Weekly – 8/2/13

AirPatrol Corp. chooses to remain in Howard County Howard County officials announced that AirPatrol Corp., a manufacturer of location-based security systems, will remain based in the county, but is moving and expanding its headquarters from Columbia to St. John Properties’ ...

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Edward J. Levin: Howard County reimburses taxpayers $587K in IDOT case

On July 12, Howard County reimbursed five taxpayers for $587,151.56 in connection with recordation taxes that they had paid under protest. This amount includes $499,112.50 for the amount of the taxes that the County forced the taxpayers to pay plus $88,039.06 in interest as required by Maryland law.

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Franchot’s health care tax credit push well-received by businesses

About 5,000 small businesses in Howard County will soon receive a letter from state Comptroller Peter Franchot urging them to apply for tax credits created by the Affordable Care Act to help offset the cost of providing health insurance to employees. Several of those business owners said they appreciate the outreach and welcome any information they can get about a law many still find confusing.

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Running Dirty in Frederick

Despite reports of injuries and even a recent fatality at an out-of-state “Tough Mudder” competition, a Howard County firm is betting that mud runs and obstacle races will continue to grow in popularity among those who want a serious challenge.

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