Hogan cuts fees across agencies, saving $10 million annually
by Capital News Service | September 16, 2015 | Governor, News, Taxes | 18 |
Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday announced reductions and eliminations to state agency fees, saving Maryland taxpayers approximately $51 million over the next five years. Each state agency was asked to conduct a top to bottom review to determine which fees they could reduce or eliminate through administrative means by the end of 2015, Hogan said.Read More
High state fee for Inner Harbor piers rocks the boat at Board of Public Works
by Len Lazarick | June 6, 2012 | News, Taxes | 8 |
The Board of Public Works on Wednesday asked the the state’s wetlands administration to explain the high compensation rates of $175 per square foot proposed for three Cordish Power Plant restaurants in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor — Hard Rock, Dick’s Last Resort and Phillips Seafood.Read More
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