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Study says planned Rowan data center would generate $7M in county taxes annually

January 10, 2024

Rowan Digital Infrastructure’s proposed data center for Quantum Loophole’s campus in Frederick County is estimated to generate about $7 million in annual county tax revenue and employ 100 people, according to a new economic impact study commissioned by the Maryland Tech Council. About $6.7 million of the data center’s generated tax revenue will come from real property tax, and another $200,000 will come from income taxes.

Article Source: Frederick News-Post

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