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Panel’s deliberations on Baltimore casino have slowed

ANNAPOLIS — As the gambling expansion work group nears a Wednesday deadline to recommend changes to the state’s casino gambling law, the panel’s deliberations have slowed the final decision on a facility planned for Baltimore. The 11-member work group held ...

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Szpara, Angeles join Creative Access

Ken Szpara, AIA, and Bertina Angeles have joined Creative Access, an interior architectural planning and design firm specializing in healthcare and commercial facilities. Szpara, formerly of Notari Associates, has joined the firm as director of architecture. This position was specifically ...

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Anderson inducted into certified planners’ College of Fellows

Gary Anderson, AICP, has been inducted into the American Institute of Certified Planners’ College of Fellows, a distinction that recognizes planners who have made exceptional contributions to the profession and their own communities. Charged with creating a new federal planning ...

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Gary S. Williams: How retirees can find affordable insurance

For most people these days, the idea of retiring early is just a dream. That’s due, in part, to the costs associated with obtaining health insurance before age 65, when Medicare eligibility kicks in. And, even with Medicare, a retiree’s ...

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Weinberg, Rose join Miles & Stockbridge

Rand D. Weinberg and Paul D. Rose Jr. have joined Miles & Stockbridge PC as of counsel and counsel, respectively. Weinberg primarily focuses on real estate law with an emphasis on planning and zoning, development, acquisitions and other transactions, contracts and ...

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