In today’s economic climate, no matter how wonderful we believe the Frederick community is, it is still a dog eat dog environment when it comes to attracting and retaining large and small businesses.
Frederick County landowners are still being teased by the potential for a transfer of development rights (“TDR”) program.
With five months down and forty-three to go, the record of the 4 Republicans on Frederick’s Inaugural County Council sure isn’t playing well.
Heavily laden within a bureaucracy mired with silos, regulations and excessive taxes, the signs are clear that Governor Larry Hogan has an opportunity to repel the authoritative rule that has evolved over the last quarter century.
How can Maryland move forward to stimulate an economic development program that has placed the state near the bottom of the national rankings for attracting business?
Governor Larry Hogan grabbed a phrase that worked well for the promotion of the Frederick Commercial Real Estate and Economic Development, hoping it will do the same for the entire state of Maryland … and what’s wrong with that?
3 projects reach High Priority for the Economic Development Advisory Council for the City of Frederick.
With hot campaign issues still burning over degree of real estate development, ethics and selling of county owned nursing home facilities, will Bud Otis lead the council into an era of civility or discord?
With the transition from the Commission form of government to that of charter for Frederick County, who is the best person among the 7 council members-elect to preside over our first county council? Give us your opinion!
Amidst a national GOP tsunami, in Frederick County was the local election all about Blaine?