August 23, 2019

County Opens Doors to Woo More Tech Biz

County approved an agreement with TEDCO to provide start-up technology business mentoring and development.

Counterfeit $100 Bills Circulating

The flyer is posted here with details on how to check for the counterfeits and what to do if you receive one. Check and double check to avoid being scammed!

Blight Ordinances Passes St. Mary’s

The new blight ordinance will apply countywide and include Right to Farm provisions and protections for both the community’s and the owner’s property rights.

Rhythm & Steel for St. Mary’s 10th MLK Day

“Who would have thought, 10 years ago, that we would still have the energy that we started with?” Kelsey Bush at St. Mary’s County’s MLK Day Breakfast.

Monday Deadline to Support Blight Law

Anti-blight laws are pivotal to revitalization. Lexington Park’s civic association is calling on citizens to support the anti-blight law currently before St. Mary’s County commissioners.

Apply to Be on New Econ Dev Commission

Help St. Mary’s County grow responsibly through the newly formed Economic Development Commission.

Fight Blight – Public Meeting Tuesday or Email

Anti-blight laws are pivotal to revitalization. Lexington Park’s civic association is calling on citizens to support the anti-blight law currently before St. Mary’s County commissioners.

Lexington Park Retailers Not Feeling Downturn

While retailers are faring better than current government budget problems would suggest, the local hoteliers are not, reports the county’s top economic adviser.

Library Is the Heart of Lexington Park

“The heartbeat of Lexington Park is beating strong and loud, seven days a week,” says St. Mary’s County’s Acting Economic Development Director Robin Finnacom.

Weekend Gate 2 Closure Prompts Business Concerns

Pax River Gate 3 closure

The Lexington Park Business and Community Association is joined by UCAC in protesting the weekend closure of Gate 2.