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By David Keene
Most Americans get their kicks from their own game
Topic - Public Works
Public works are the construction or engineering projects carried out by the state on behalf of the community. - Source: Wikipedia
A Denver-based company will be paid up to $2 million more to help address one of the problems resulting from computer glitches with the state's health care exchange.
Maryland's State Highway Administration broke state laws by using $11.3 million in funds since 2008 for unapproved purposes and to conceal overspending on projects, according to an government audit.
Maryland Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot made clear before taking office in 2007 that he would expand the job description beyond collecting taxes, paying the state's bills and auditing its agencies, and he is living up to that promise.
Maryland officials on Wednesday shot down a Virginia company's bid to take over taxi service at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport after current BWI drivers raised concerns over the company's track record and intention to reduce staff.
Neither D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray nor City Administrator Allen Y. Lew appears to have lost confidence in the District's public works chief despite a new report that calls "illegal" the leasing or purchase of several dozen SUVs, including one for Council Chairman Kwame R. Brown.
ANNAPOLIS - Tough economic conditions have contributed to an unprecedented drive for the largest shares of the state's $341 million school-construction money, exposing political rifts throughout the state.
ANNAPOLIS — Tough economic conditions have contributed to an unprecedented drive for the largest shares of the state's $341 million school-construction money, exposing political rifts throughout the state.
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley yesterday criticized one his party's top officials for questioning a state land deal after voting in favor of it.