For many, it was a foregone conclusion that the state panel reviewing slots proposal would approve a Cecil County proposal by Penn National to install 1,500 machines. It did, unanimously. Most of the coverage today has to do with what’s next in Anne Arundel County and Baltimore City.Read More
Author: Len Lazarick
The state sold $200 million in bonds at the lowest interest rates in 20 years Wednesday, but it pulled back on the refinancing of another $600 million in older bonds since that was not going to reap the huge savings expected.Read More
The Board of Public Works threw out a massive health care spending proposal Wednesday, asking the Department of Human Resources for more information about minority business participation in a proposal to spend $71.3 million on in-home health care over five years.Read More
The Maryland Transit Administration will begin converting its Baltimore Metro Subway payment kiosks to accept credit cards in early November.Read More
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