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Topic - Fort George G. Meade
FREDERICK, Md. — Ordinances regulating growth in some Maryland counties could work against the state's Smart Growth policy and push development into rural areas when an influx of new workers arrives by 2011, Maryland Secretary of Planning Richard Eberhart Hall said yesterday.
He started looking for positions this month, and said he isn't worried.