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MGM Releases Report

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mgmUPPER MARLBORO—In its first quarterly report released to the public, MGM National Harbor, LLC, claims it has exceeded the minority business participation goals set by the community benefits agreement with Prince George's County, but members of the Prince George’s County Council want more transparency.

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Styrofoam Ban Bill Passes Council Committee

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styrofoam containerUPPER MARLBORO – After hearing complaints from local businesses, the Prince George’s County Council’s Transportation, Housing and Environment committee voted unanimously to give a favorable report on a county that would ban polystyrene, plastic foam products for food service businesses. 

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Council Approves Settlement with Exelon

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Exelon Corp logoUPPER MARLBORO – After a week of deliberation, the Prince George’s County Council passed an amended resolution recommending the Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) to approve a settlement agreement allowing Exelon Corporation to merge with Pepco Holdings, Inc.

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Legislator fights against Baker's tax hike

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museANNAPOLIS – In response to complaints from citizens about County Executive Rushern Baker III’s budget proposal, Senator C. Anthony Muse has drafted legislation to cap property tax increases unless the school system cannot fund its maintenance of effort (MOE) requirement.

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