State agency moving to Prince George's
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) is scheduled to announce Friday that a state agency will move to Prince George's County. He would not, however, say which state agency would be making the move.
O'Malley, who has sought to make state agencies a part of transit-oriented development throughout the state, will make the announcement at the Naylor Road Metro station in Temple Hills, according to his schedule.
State officials say the move could "serve as a model for other employers and developers considering transit-oriented development locations in the county."
The governor will also designate 14 transit stations for priority development throughout Maryland.
-- Ovetta Wiggins
Washington Post editors
| June 17, 2010; 4:39 PM ET
Categories: Maryland | Tags: Martin O'Malley, Prince George's County, maryland, maryland governor martin o'malley
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