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MGM National Harbor FF&E Commodity Opportunities

Three FF&E opportunities and a MGM National Harbor FF&E prequalification form related to: Upholstered Furniture Decorative Lighting Custom Paneling There will be a series of Outreach Sessions that will be conducted over the next several months associated with FF&E.

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Firm behind iconic Las Vegas slogan tapped for MGM National Harbor marketing

The current MGM National Harbor “Building Excitement” slogan is, of course, temporary. Before long, the $1.3 billion resort will be readying its open — it will be built, let’s say — and the tagline will need to change. What will it be? That has yet to be determined, but the firm behind “What Happens Here, […]

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The U.S. bid for the 2024 Olympics is back in play. Does D.C. have a chance?

Boston and the United States Olympic Committee have officially ended the city’s bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics. But can D.C. get back in? Mayor Muriel Bowser’s Chief of Staff John Falcicchio said in a statement it is still too early to tell what might happen next. “We were surprised that Boston’s bid deflated,” Falcicchio […]

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CTS celebrates 30 year Anniversary

It’s remarkable when any business communications company has endured the tumult in technology we’ve experienced over the past 30 years. CTS has ridden the waves with our compass always fixed on delivering superior customer service.  With the dependable support of our steady crew, we’ve navigated smoothly through turbulent times. As we mark our 30th year […]

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Montgomery lawsuit raises questions about Baltimore area stormwater fees

The so-called rain tax is being debated again — this time in court. A Montgomery County circuit judge has declared the county’s stormwater management fee invalid, saying it violates a state law passed this year to reform the controversial environmental charge. Though the ruling only applies in Montgomery for now, it’s creating ripples of anxiety […]

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Congressman Steny H. Hoyer presents “Make it in America: What’s Next?” Field Hearing

Join Congressman Steny H. Hoyer for a District Field Hearing with Members of the Maryland Congressional Delegation, local business and innovation leaders, manufacturers, educators, and labor to get insight on how the Make It In America jobs plan in Congress can be updated to reflect today’s economic landscape. Friday, July 31, 2015 10:00 a.m. – […]

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Baker wants to move government headquarters to Largo, lawmakers say

By Arelis R. Hernández The Prince George’s County government wants to move its headquarters from sleepy Upper Marlboro to Largo, an area near the Capital Beltway that is more bustling and Metro-accessible, according to County Council members who were briefed on the plans this week. Two council members, who spoke on the condition of anonymity […]

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Judge strikes down Montgomery County’s ‘rain tax’

By: Steve Lash Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer July 22, 2015 A Montgomery County Circuit Court judge Wednesday struck down the county’s stormwater fee, saying it is unmoored by the county’s cost of providing runoff protection, as required by state law. Read more: http://thedailyrecord.com/2015/07/22/judge-strikes-down-montgomery-countys-rain-tax/#ixzz3gfb8E0Im

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Robert J. Norton Elevated to President of Cordish Global Gaming Group; Douglas Shipley Named Executive Vice President & General Manager of Maryland Live! Casino Baltimore, MD (July 1, 2015)–The Cordish Companies today announced key executive appointments to its Gaming & Lodging division. ROBERT J. NORTON, who has served as President & General Manager of Maryland […]

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County to consider Maryland Live hotel plan

The long-awaited hotel and conference center at the Maryland Live casino could be inching closer to fruition. A measure sent to the Anne Arundel County Council on Monday would allow the county to issue bonds for up to $22.5 million for a project that would include a hotel and conference center behind the Hanover casino. […]

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