Baltimore, MD (May 15, 2012) – The Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) today announced that it has awarded a $50,000 grant to the Hagerstown-Washington County Industrial Foundation to help develop an Economic Development Strategic Plan (EDSP). The plan, expected to be completed by November, will help expand Washington County’s economic base by guiding smart investments, attracting new businesses and creating jobs to ensure high-paying jobs for future generations.
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February 25, 2012, Herald-Mail | By JULIE E. GREENE
The center of what once was the Martin’s Food Market at Fountainhead Plaza sat empty for more than three years before it was demolished this winter to make way for a new free-standing office building that could open by the end of this year.
The space could have continued in its boarded-up status for another year if it weren’t for two new incentive programs that Washington County approved in recent months, said Asad Ghattas, who owns Fountainhead Plaza north of Hagerstown.
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Hagerstown-Washington County Chamber of Commerce &
the Hagerstown-Washington County Economic Development Commission Cordially Invite You to the 13th Annual Washington County Business Awards.
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At morning event, board responds to questions about stadium, commercial air service, and other topics By HEATHER KEELS
The Washington County Board of Commissioners Tuesday stressed its commitment to helping existing businesses expand as they fielded questions from local business leaders at the first of two State of the County presentations.