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The Howard County Chamber of Commerce (HCCC) recently named Leonardo McClarty president and CEO. McClarty comes to the position after serving as director of the York (Pa.) Department of Economic & Community Development, where he managed a budget of more than $4 million.
CA Teams With Howard County on New Market Analysis
Columbia Association (CA), with the Howard County Economic Development Authority and the Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning, has published the Columbia Market Analysis and Economic Development Services Study. The project is officially complete after a year-long study and public process.
Chris Hawxhurst, 50, has been working at the Wegmans in Columbia since it opened two years ago. He started even sooner, when he was traveling to Hunt Valley with his co-workers for training, and it proved a time which strong relationships developed between them, The Arc of Howard County’s employment team and the Wegmans human resources staff.
Sept. 19 is perhaps a day of no significance. It is not a holiday. It is not a weekend. The new school semesters are well underway.
Two months after his upset victory, Gov.-Elect Larry Hogan has kept everyone guessing about the specifics of the policies and budget he will implement after he is sworn in Jan. 21.
Allan Kittleman took the oath of office on the evening of Dec. 4 at Glenelg High School in Glenelg, becoming Howard County’s second Republican county executive.
Inaugurations are oftentimes occasions for newly-elected leaders to break new ground or try new themes. But Steve Schuh, at his Dec. 1 inauguration as Anne Arundel County executive and in his first month in office, has stuck to the tried and true.
Women-owned businesses racked up a huge win in mid-December when Congress passed the Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which included Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) sole source authority. Sole source authority, a critical tool to increase awards of federal contracts to women-owned businesses, was one of the few amendments to be included in the $577 billion measure.