Maryland Board of Public Works OKs $116M Capital Program

Newman, Emily
May 2003
Bond Buyer;5/5/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31628, p5
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Maryland's Board of Public Works permitted a 116.5 million dollar fiscal 2004 school construction capital improvement program, leading to possible bond sales at both the state and local levels. The complete 116.5 million dollars includes the following allocations: $82.4 million for construction projects, 28.5 million dollars for renovations, 5.4 million dollar for nine science facilities, and 197,000 dollars for the relocation of 13 classrooms. Western Maryland received 13.6 million dollars, while 17 million dollars went to southern Maryland, 11 million dollars to the Eastern Shore region, 51.5 million dollars for the Baltimore metropolitan area, and 23.3 million dollars for the Washington metro area, which includes Montgomery and Prince George's counties.


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