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Welcome to The Business Monthly’s Salute to the West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce (WAACCC). We are honored to have this opportunity to highlight the economic growth going on in our area, as well as the activities of our highly engaged, advocacy-driven chamber of commerce.
As the newly-elected representative of District 4 on the Anne Arundel County Council, I am excited about the economic opportunities in our area. With continuing job and operational growth at Fort Meade and NSA, there are many opportunities to improve our local economy.
Representing the fastest growing region of Anne Arundel County, the West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce (WAACCC) has a strong focus on economic development, legislative advocacy and business promotion.
Hubert Braithwaite, business development account executive for Tower Federal Credit Union (TFCU), has been strengthening the credit union’s ties to the West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce (WAACCC) by pursuing sponsorship opportunities.
The Maryland State Highway Administration’s (SHA) $28 million project on Route 175 at Reece Road and Mapes Road/Charter Oaks Boulevard in Fort Meade involves widening the intersection to add extra capacity, as well as turn lanes to help reduce daily traffic congestion around the post.
If you haven’t been to Odenton in a while, you’re in for a surprise. After many years of stalled development, the landscape is really changing for the community that is adjacent to rapidly-growing Fort Meade.
During a recent briefing for the Anne Arundel County delegation in Annapolis, members of the Fort Meade Community Covenant Council joined Garrison Commander Brian Foley to talk about the fort as well as its business impact, transportation needs, related education needs and the unique challenges of the state’s largest employer.
The Maryland Live! Casino Local Development Council (LDC), like the LDCs in all casino communities, was established by the legislation that created Maryland’s video lottery terminal program.
The West County suburb of Odenton has become a burgeoning residential real estate market in recent years, with hundreds of apartments and a notable amount of office space coming online. The additions encompass various projects that have been discussed for years and are finally at least under construction.