Congressman Steny Hoyer has announced a grant for nearly $3 million to the University System of Maryland.
Customers experienced fewer than one outage during 2014. SMECO recognized for reliability by MD Public Service Commission.
After spending recess touring Maryland businesses, Rep. Hoyer returns to Congress to revive his fight to reauthorize the Import-Export Bank, held up not for lack of votes, but because of political ideological skirmishes.
US loses jobs as House leaders keep the Export-Import Bank from a vote, although bipartisan support exists for re-authorization.
St. Mary’s County residents can now access real estate tax account information and pay those taxes online.
Hoyer finds J.F.Taylor, Inc. in Lexington Park a stellar example of his Make It In America, legislative goals.
SMECO ranked highest in its region in a J.D. Power study of customer satisfaction.
St. Mary’s County Government is looking for a food truck vendor to set up shop in Leonardtown.
Series will focus on the economy since “Make It in America” was created five years ago.
Nominations are being sought for the Rural Impact Awards, and due Aug. 31, 2015 for presentations at the end of the year conference.