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It’s amazing how time flies. I recall my swearing in as Howard County executive like it was yesterday. And now, we’ve completed the first year of my administration. We’ve made tremendous progress and have had many successes.
It has been a fantastic first year in our administration, and every day I feel honored that the people of our county chose to entrust their faith in my leadership.
The U.S. economy is now in its 78th month of economic expansion. After two months of soft job growth at the end of summer, the nation bounced back in October, producing 298,000 net new jobs according to the latest estimate, followed by 211,000 net new jobs in November.
Kettler, a Washington, D.C., real estate development and property management company, The Howard Hughes Corp. and Orchard Development Corp. have announced that five new retail tenants in The Metropolitan Downtown Columbia have opened their doors for business. They include the following.
As we look back on the past year, the accomplishments and activity that occurred in Howard County were very exciting, and we anticipate having even more good news in 2016.
According to the National Association of Counties’ estimates, the Gross Domestic Product for Anne Arundel County is at $35.7 billion, making it the fourth largest county economy in Maryland.
The Maryland Department of Commerce (DOC) has launched a new international initiative aimed at boosting exporting by Maryland companies.
Baltimore Gas & Electric (BGE) is proposing to develop two electric microgrids — one in Baltimore City and one in Howard County — as part of a pilot program to test the microgrid concept.
As our innovation economy grows, a great deal of attention often gets placed on the intellectual capital clustered in hot tech markets.