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MARC contract awarded to Bombardier Transportation Services USA

The Board of Public Works approved a contract Wednesday that will shift operation of MARC’s Camden and Brunswick passenger lines to the Pennsylvania subsidiary of a Montreal-based rail company, finally ending a process that began more than two years ago. ...

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Vote on MARC operator delayed by Board of Public Works

The Board of Public Works delayed a decision Wednesday that would have awarded a Pennsylvania rail company the right to operate MARC’s Camden and Brunswick lines.

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Md. panel recommends raising debt limit $150M

ANNAPOLIS — A Maryland panel on Monday recommended raising the state’s debt limit by $150 million in the next fiscal year. The state’s Capital Debt Affordability Committee voted 4-1 to allow the state to increase it from the current limit ...

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Franchot: Rocky Gap deal should be redone

When the developers of a proposed casino at Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort appeared before Maryland’s contract panel in June, they said it would turn the remote, debt-ridden Western Maryland non-attraction into a moneymaker.

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Board of Public Works OKs slots deal for Rocky Gap

ANNAPOLIS — After years of delay stemming from a lack of interested and quality bidders, a group that will build a slots parlor at the debt-ridden Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort was approved Wednesday by the Board of Public ...

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Deal for sale of Rocky Gap Lodge awaits Md.’s OK

HAGERSTOWN — Maryland’s Board of Public Works is poised to approve a $9.8 million deal enabling a casino operator to buy the Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort near Cumberland. The panel consisting of the governor, treasurer and state comptroller ...

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State treasurer says climate change could hurt state economy

Climate change negatively affects supply chains — reducing productivity and causing a rise in production costs — and ought to be a serious concern among businesses in Maryland. That was the message delivered by state Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp, who ...

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Franchot: Md. government should start on time

It’s something of an inside joke in the State House that the biweekly Board of Public Works meeting — scheduled every other Wednesday for 10 a.m. — starts on time if it begins by about 10:20. For state Comptroller Peter ...

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