Salute to West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce

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Odenton Town Center Update

Much of the West County Chamber’s (WCC) focus during the past year has been on revision of the Odenton Town Center Master Plan. Why so much attention on a decade-old plan?

From the President and the Chairman of the Board

Welcome to The Business Monthly’s Salute to the West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce (WAACCC).

Tower Federal Credit Union a Stalwart Chamber Sponsor

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.

West County: Where We Stand

For the last decade, growth in the northwestern part of Anne Arundel County has increased significantly. It is a special cove that provides many opportunities for all who call this part of the county home.

Opportunity Abounds in West County

During the past year, as your newly-elected councilman from District 4, I’m proud to say that we have made some progress in attracting greater economic opportunities to western Anne Arundel County. Progress can be measured by the improving retail and services in the area, as well as future growth plans.

Economic Opportunity in West County

As the newly-elected representative of District 4 on the Anne Arundel County Council, I am excited about the economic opportunities in our area.

‘Knowing What’s Happening Here’

Ellen Miller, a founding principal of Stonebridge Associates and principal of StonebridgeCarras, directs Stonebridge’s real estate advisory efforts.

Year In Review: Maryland Live! Casino Local Development Council

The Maryland Live! Casino Local Development Council (LDC), the state-mandated body that allocates Anne Arundel County’s share of casino video lottery terminal funds, is in the process of budgeting for fiscal 2017.

Columbia Festival of the Arts Announces ‘Viva La Vida’ for Spring

Celebrating life with a focus on Hispanic and Latino artists with the theme of “Arts For Every Season,” the Columbia Festival of the Arts spring events are running weekends April 8–24.

SHA Proceeding With Route 175 Upgrades at Fort Meade

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.

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