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Anne Arundel could see nearly $50 million for Maryland capital projects, including $1.4 million for City Dock flooding

February 7, 2021

Anne Arundel could see nearly $50 million for capital projects flow from the state, depending on how Gov. Larry Hogan’s capital budget is amended in the coming weeks. His proposal includes more money for the new high school in Crofton, flood mitigation at Annapolis City Dock and an electrical infrastructure update for the prison complex in Jessup. The total proposed spending in the county is a sharp decrease from Hogan’s current budget — more than $92 million. Some funds approved last year, such as $26.4 million for the health and science building at Anne Arundel Community College or $5 million for the renovation of Lawyer’s Mall, are for projects now completed.

Article Source: Capital Gazette

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