$34 mill. to go towards higher education and economic development projects

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MARYLAND – Today, Governor Larry Hogan announced critical capital projects in Maryland are receiving $34 million to improve college, universities and support economic development.

With this relief, this makes $1.7 billion in total state aid that Governor Hogan has granted. This grant will fund many projects such as, the shovel-ready capital maintenance project for Maryland colleges and universities, as well as facility renewal projects.

Governor Hogan states, this grant will hopefully stimulate the state’s economy and direct investment to the people and projects needed most. State officials say, these funds would become available immediately upon passage of the Fiscal Year 2022 budget by the legislature, which will be introduced this week

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