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Posted at 12:44 PM ET, 08/29/2010

Closing the development gap in Prince George's

By washingtonpost.com editors

The Post asked the candidates in the Democratic primary for county executive in Prince George's: "What is the most important thing the county can do to attract more jobs and development?"

Click the headline or scroll down on this blog to read their responses:

By washingtonpost.com editors  | August 29, 2010; 12:44 PM ET
Categories:  HotTopic, Maryland, Prince George's County  
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ECDC Enterprise Development Group (EDG) is a SBA Microloan Program Intermediary and non-profit: EDG provides loans throughout the Washington, DC, Northern Virginia and Baltimore metropolitan areas, including in Prince George’s County, Montgomery County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard County and Anne Arundel County. EDG offers microenterprise loans up to $35,000 for entrepreneurs and small business owners who are seeking to start, sustain, or expand a business. The average loan term is three years and the current interest rate is 8.9%. EDG’s loan officers also provide technical assistance to entrepreneurs who need business assistance.

EDG closed a microloan on August 20, 2010, to a businessperson, resident in Brandywine, whose business office is in Suitland.

For more information, go to: http://www.entdevgroup.org or call 703-685-0510 and ask for one of our loan officers.

Thanking you,

Eric Loewe
Loan Manager
ECDC Enterprise Development Group
901 S. Highland St.
Arlington, VA 22204
703-685-0510 x 242
703-685-4200 fax
ELoewe@ECDCUS.org
http://www.entdevgroup.org

Posted by: ELoewe | August 29, 2010 3:05 PM | Report abuse

No body wants to shop when surrounded by low-life ghetto trash, which is what happens when you shop in PG Co, even in the nicer spots. I realize that all of the trash may not actually hail form PG, but they are ever present none the less. Also the attitude of some of the darker citizens toward lighter skinned shoppers-I think that's called 'reverse racism' - is a real turn off and a good way to get customers to go else where. Oh, yeah -Public safety is also an issue in PG!

Posted by: 10bestfan | August 30, 2010 11:56 AM | Report abuse

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