Per the State of Maryland: Governor Wes Moore today proclaimed May 5, 2023, as Fallen Heroes Day in Maryland. To honor the service and sacrifice of Maryland first responders, the governor ordered that the Maryland state flag be lowered to half-staff until sunset.
“Our fallen her​oes lived lives of action. Their deeds speak louder than any words we could share today. Now, it is up to us to honor them with actions of our own,” said Gov. Moore. “To live how they lived: fearlessly – courageously – decisively. To carry forward the torch of service we’ve been given by our fallen heroes – though in their hands, the light was always brighter; to lift one another up, on our own shoulders – though theirs were always broader; to honor their heroism with daring of our own.”​

Fallen He​​roes Day, which is held each year on the first Friday in May, is an opportunity for the public to show their appreciation for those who risk their lives every day to protect the citizens of Maryland. The event honors Maryland police, firefighters, and emergency medical and rescue personnel who died in the line of duty.  Governor Moore delivered remarks at the 38th Annual Fallen Heroes Day Observance at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens. Each year, the ceremony recognizes one firefighter and one police officer who died in the line of duty before Fallen Heroes Day was established. ​

Governor Moore delivered remarks at the 38th Annual Fallen Heroes Day Observance at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens. This year​​ honors:

Lt. Joh​n T. Killian, Jr.,  a 26-year veteran of the Baltimore City Fire Department. Lt. Killian, age 51, died on March 10, 1985, when the floor collapsed as he was battling a rowhouse fire on Hudson Street.
Lt. Colonel Harry L. George, a 25-year veteran of the Maryland Natural Resources Police. Lt. Colonel George, age 54, died on October 24, 1978, from injuries sustained two months earlier when a Maryland Department of Natural Resources plane crashed near Edgewater, Maryland.

Since 19​86, 222 Fallen Heroes have been honored during the annual ceremony.  All Marylander​​s join in honoring the brave men and women who lost their lives in the line of duty.​


Per the State of Maryland (4.26.23): Governor Wes Moore today announced more than $100 million in state scholarships and grants for higher education. Through the Delegate Howard P. Rawlings Program of Educational Excellence Awards, the Maryland Higher Education Commission will help more than 43,000 students attend Maryland postsecondary institutions during the 2023-2024 school year.
“Enhancing access to higher education is especially critical for students with the greatest financial need,” said Gov. Moore. “These awards will help Maryland students achieve their higher education goals, pursue their dreams, and become part of the economic engine that will support Maryland’s economy in the future.”

The Delegate Howard P. Rawlings Program of Educational Excellence Awards is Maryland’s largest need-based program. The financial assistance grants will benefit students attending the upcoming 2023-2024 academic year and includes both the Guaranteed Access grant and Educational Assistance grant programs.

During the first round of awards, more than 3,600 students received the Guaranteed Access grant, which covers 100% of financial need with a maximum award amount up to $20,200 annually. More than 39,600 students received the Educational Assistance grant, with awards of up to $3,000 annually.
“Investing in our students is sure to have a high rate of return,” said Acting Maryland Higher Education Secretary Dr. Sanjay Rai. “This aid will help enhance Maryland’s workforce and support the most valuable resources that our state has—our people.”

Each year, the Maryland Higher Education Commission is responsible for granting awards to more than 65,000 students, totaling more than $130 million dollars. The second round of awards for the program, in addition to other grants and scholarships, will be announced as they are awarded during the summer months.​


Per the State of Maryland: Governor Wes Moore today presented a proclamation declaring April as Autism Acceptance Month in Maryland. The proclamation recognizes people who are living with autism and those who advocate on their behalf, and honors the contributions of the autism community.
“Individuals with autism have incredible strengths and gifts that often go untapped,” said Gov. Moore. “This month and every month, let us celebrate the autism community and continue to advocate for and support the opportunities they need to succeed.” ​

During the event, Governor Moore also presented a governor’s citation to Marcus Moore, an individual living with autism, in recognition of his contribution to the autism community and for his self-advocacy. To help Marcus achieve economic self-sufficiency, he and his family created Moore Crunch Pretzels, which are now available online and in several local stores.

Governor Moore also presented a citation to Ken White, General Manager of Historic Inns of Annapolis, in recognition of his support and promotion of opportunity, access, and choice for individuals with autism. Ken has helped spotlight Moore Crunch Pretzels, in addition to opening his commercial kitchen for use as Marcus expanded his business.

“There are many ways a business can support autistic individuals in their pursuit of economic opportunity beyond hiring. This includes mentorship, networking and resource sharing,” said Maryland Department of Disabilities Secretary Carol Beatty. “We appreciate the governor’s commitment to recognizing that everyone has skills and talents to contribute including the autism community.”​


The composition of the workgroup will include:

  • Three representatives of the development community agreed to by the County Executive (or designee) and Planning Board chair. These members will include one who develops commercial/industrial projects, one who develops multifamily/mixed use projects and one who develops single-family projects.
  • Three representatives of the broader community agreed to by the County Executive and Planning Board chair. These members will include one from the Upcounty area of the County, one from the Mid-County and one from Down-county (as these areas are defined by the Montgomery Planning website).

Individuals interested in becoming a workgroup member should send an email expressing their interest to both the County Executive and the Planning Board chair by Monday, April 17. The email should include why you are interested in the becoming a workgroup member, and why you would be a great fit for the role.


Per the State of Maryland:  Governor Moore released the following statement regarding the 13th Anniversary of the Signing of the Affordable Care Act:

“On the 13th anniversary of the signing of the Affordable Care Act, I’m reminded how good government drastically affects the people that we represent. This legislation provided health care for millions of Americans—and its benefits to our country and to the state of Maryland are innumerable. I’m so thankful to President Obama and his administration for everything they did to create a country where we leave no one behind.

Because of the Affordable Care Act, one million Marylanders with pre-existing health conditions can receive the coverage they need. Because of the Affordable Care Act, more than 500,000 Maryland residents have protection against catastrophic medical bills. And because of the Affordable Care Act, 2.4 million Marylanders can be secure knowing their benefits will always be accessible—especially when they need them most.

Any attempt to repeal this legislation would be incredibly damaging to Maryland and our country: raising premiums on working families; shutting out our most vulnerable citizens from the care they need; and imperiling the health of millions across the country. We need to raise the alarm on Republican attempts to rip up this law, and I will work with my partners in all corners of government to protect the Affordable Care Act.”


Per the State of Maryland: In wake of a report from the Anti-Defamation League showing hate incidents against the Jewish community have doubled in Maryland over the past year, Governor Wes Moore released the following statement:
“I want everyone in Maryland to hear me clearly–hate has no home in our state. The recent rise in hate crimes against the Jewish community is absolutely unacceptable.” said Governor Moore. “I spoke to the Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League, and we will work together to create a safe and inclusive Maryland. As Governor, one of my chief responsibilities is to ensure the safety of Marylanders across the state, and I refuse to allow these alarming actions to go unnoticed.”

Since 2018, hate incidents have risen exponentially in Maryland. According to the Anti-Defamation League report, there were only 39 reported incidents in 2018, and this past year there were over 109 incidents in the state. The Moore-Miller Administration strongly condemns these actions. In an effort to safeguard Marylanders, the governor has proposed historic public safety investments in the budget, including $5 million to protect Marylanders against hate crimes. We ask Marylanders to report any antisemitic, bias, or discriminatory incident to the Anti-Defamation League, in addition to reporting incidents to law enforcement.​


Per the State of Maryland (3.13.23): Governor Wes Moore today announced Maryland’s adoption of the multi-state Advanced Clean Cars II rule, a major step in the state’s acceleration to improve air quality and combat the effects of climate change. Maryland is moving quickly to adopt the regulation, which requires manufacturers to continuously increase the share of electric vehicles they sell, reaching 100% of passenger car and light truck sales by model year 2035.
“Today, we’re talking about a major transformation that is going to define this administration—and that’s how we turn Maryland from a state powered by oil and gas to a state powered by clean energy,” said Governor Moore. “I am confident that the state of Maryland can and will lead the clean energy revolution.”

The Advanced Clean Cars II rule is a vehicle emissions standard first adopted by California using its unique authority under the federal Clean Air Act. Now that California has adopted the standards, other states can follow suit.

Maryland has the most ambitious climate goals of any state in the nation and is recognized as a national leader in reducing greenhouse gas emissions while growing our state economy. The Advanced Clean Cars II rule, coupled with strong federal and state incentives, will be one of the state’s most important emissions reduction measures.

According to a Maryland Department of the Environment analysis, 383,000 fewer new gas-powered vehicles would be sold under the new rule by 2030, rising to 1.68 million fewer conventional vehicles by 2035. Between 2026 and 2040, the rule will deliver additional vehicular reductions of more than 6,000 tons of nitrogen oxides, as well as reduction of vehicular and power plant carbon dioxide emission by more than 82 million metric tonnes. By 2040, these reductions may potentially provide net in-state health benefits equal to about $39.9 million per year due to decreases in respiratory and cardiovascular illness and associated lost work days.

“The Advanced Clean Cars II regulation is a big step toward cleaner air and a more aggressive response to the threats posed by climate change,” said Maryland Department of the Environment Secretary Serena McIlwain. “This rule will help position us to meet the goals of our Climate Solutions Now Act and 2030 Greenhouse Gas Reductioct Act Plan while bringing economic benefits to Marylanders.”

According to Baltimore Gas and Electric, electric vehicles cost roughly one fourth as much to drive as gasoline cars in Maryland. Electric vehicles also generally have lower maintenance costs, and there are state and federal tax incentives for their purchase. In an effort to help make electric vehicles available to all Marylanders, the rule also features flexibility that encourages manufacturers to provide electric vehicles in overburdened and underserved communities, including community-based ridesharing or car sharing programs.

“As a business at the forefront of mobility solutions, we know that technology and market demand are both ready to support the transition to clean vehicles,” said Siemens Head of External Affairs and Policy, Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Ryan Dalton. “Strong state standards that reflect the escalating consumer demand and set clear expectations for market growth over the coming years are key to managing the transition. We support the adoption of the Advanced Clean Cars II rule in Maryland because it is the best way to attract investment and provide predictability for manufacturers, companies, workforces, and consumers alike.”

To adopt the rule as quickly as possible, the Maryland Department of the Environment presented the proposed regulation to the state’s Air Quality Control Advisory Council at its first meeting of the year this morning. The council voted to recommend that the department move forward in proposing a regulation to enact the new standards. MDE will follow the process for a proposed regulation,which includes a public hearing and opportunity for public comment, to allow for a regulation to take effect in September.

“By acting so immediately to advance zero-emission vehicles and reduce harmful emissions, Governor Moore and Secretary McIlwain are backing up their pledge to position Maryland as a national leader in fighting climate change and its contribution to environmental injustices,” said Executive Director of the Maryland League of Conservation Voters Kim Coble. “The Advanced Clean Cars II Rule is a proven policy for reducing greenhouse gasses from transportation and will jumpstart Maryland’s implementation of the landmark Climate Solutions Now Act.”​


Former Maryland Governor Larry Hogan issued the following statement Sunday morning regarding the 2024 presidential race:
“I truly appreciate all those around the nation who have for many years encouraged me to run for president. After eight years of pouring my heart and soul into serving the people of Maryland, I have no desire to put my family through another grueling campaign just for the experience.”

“I would never run for president to sell books or position myself for a cabinet role. I have long said that I care more about ensuring a future for the Republican Party than securing my own future in the Republican Party. And that is why I will not be seeking the Republican nomination for president.”
“To once again be a successful governing party, we must move on from Donald Trump. There are several competent Republican leaders who have the potential to step up and lead. But the stakes are too high for me to risk being part of another multicar pileup that could potentially help Mr. Trump recapture the nomination.”

“I’m not a career politician, and that has never been my aspiration. I’ve spent nearly my entire career founding and running businesses, and that’s what I’m going to go back to doing. However, I’m going to continue to stay in the fight. Serving as Maryland’s governor and chairing the National Governors Association was the honor of a lifetime, but elected office is not the only way to make a difference.”

“An encouraging trend for Republican politics lies in the fact that the excesses of progressive elites have created the opportunity to attract more working-class voters from all different backgrounds. But many in the Republican Party falsely believe that the best way to reach these voters is through more angry, performative politics and bigger government. These are just empty calories that can’t sustain the lasting governing coalition necessary to restore America.”

“I still believe in a Republican Party that stands for fiscal responsibility and getting the government off our backs and out of our pockets. I still believe in a Republican Party that celebrates entrepreneurship and economic opportunity for every American. I still believe in a Republican Party that backs law enforcement and the rule of law. I still believe in a Republican Party that works to secure peace through strength in our dangerous world. I still believe in a Republican Party that can win not just the electoral college or the popular vote but sweep landslide elections with an inclusive, broad coalition of Americans and a hopeful, optimistic vision for America’s future. And I still believe in a Republican Party that upholds and honors perhaps our most sacred tradition: the peaceful transfer of power. I will stand with anyone who shares that common sense conservative vision for the Republican Party and can get us back to winning elections again.”

“Our nation faces great challenges; we can’t afford to be consumed by the pettiest grievances. We can push back and defeat the excesses of elitist policies on the left without resorting to angry, divisive and performative politics. We can deliver safe streets, more economic opportunity and respect for traditional values without abandoning our limited government conservative principles and America’s role as leader of the free world.”

“The work to build a Republican Party that can deliver for working people, not just talk loudly about it, continues. Though I will not be a candidate for my party’s nomination for president, l’ve only just begun fighting for that future.”


Per the State of Maryand (3.2.23): Governor Moore today delivered the oath of office in an historic swearing-in ceremony of the Moore-Miller Administration’s cabinet secretaries, marking the most diverse cabinet in the state’s history. Governor Moore was joined by Lt. Governor Aruna Miller for the ceremony. “This is a proud day for our administration as we keep our promise to all Marylanders, by ensuring that our government represents the people we serve,” said Governor Moore. “We have built a team of secretaries who are ready to lead and prepared to serve. I am honored to work with them to shape the future of this state and make this Maryland’s decade.”
Cabinet Secretaries Sworn In:

  • Secretary Carmel Roques, Department of Aging
  • Secretary Kevin Atticks, Department of Agriculture
  • Secretary Tisha Edwards, Appointments
  • Secretary Helene Grady, Department of Budget and Management
  • Secretary Kevin Anderson, Department of Commerce
  • Secretary Russell Strickland, Department of Emergency Management
  • Secretary Serena McIlwain, Department of Environment
  • Secretary Atif Chaudhry, Department of General Services
  • Secretary Dr. Laura Herrera Scott, Department of Health
  • Secretary Jake Day, Department of Housing and Community Development
  • Secretary Rafael Lopez, Department of Human Services
  • Secretary Katie Savage, Department of Information Technology
  • Secretary Vinny Schiraldi, Department of Juvenile Services
  • Secretary Portia Wu, Department of Labor
  • Secretary Josh Kurtz, Department of Natural Resources
  • Secretary Rebecca Flora, Department of Planning
  • Secretary Carolyn Scruggs, Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services
  • Secretary Paul Wiedefeld, Department of Transportation
  • Secretary Anthony Woods, Department of Veterans Affairs​

Note: Montgomery County’s minimum wage is currently $15.65 for all large employers (51 employers or more)
Per the State of Maryland (2.27.23): Governor Wes Moore today hosted a community round table at the State House and testified in the Maryland House Economic Matters Committee Hearing in support of the Fair Wage Act, presented as HB 549. The legislation accelerates the planned increase to a $15 minimum wage, fully implementing the increase for all covered employers as of October 1, 2023.

“I believe that we can be a state that lifts up both workers and businesses. I believe that we can help families thrive economically, and help businesses to grow. Those who say it’s one or the other are offering a false choice,” said Governor Moore. “My legislative agenda rejects that false choice. It proposes new investments in Maryland’s economic competitiveness and invests in the innovation economy. These proposals will help Maryland businesses to grow and support the next generation of small business owners.”

Governor Wes Moore hosted a community round table at the State House and testified in the Maryland House Economic Matters Committee Hearing in support of the Fair Wage Act, presented as HB 549.

The Fair Wage Act will also increase the family income of hundreds of thousands of Marylanders, including approximately 126,000 Maryland children. The bill indexes the minimum wage to the Consumer Price Index beginning on July 1, 2025, capped at 5% per year. Indexing allows for employee wages to keep pace with inflation and provides more predictability for businesses who are able to plan around regularly scheduled, incremental increases in labor costs.

Participants in today’s roundtable included Comptroller Brooke Lierman; Maryland Department of Labor Acting Secretary Portia Wu; Maryland Department of Commerce Acting Secretary Kevin A. Anderson; small business owners, advocates, and workers. The session offered the opportunity for leadership from across the Moore-Miller administration to hear directly from Marylanders about how fair wages help families thrive and help businesses stay competitive.

“I was thrilled to participate in this discussion with business owners and advocates on the importance of the Governor’s Fair Wage Act legislation that accelerates the phase-in of the $15 minimum wage and indexes it to the Consumer Price Index for future years,” said Comptroller Brooke Lierman. “Our state’s economy is stronger when more Marylanders are able to earn enough money to support their families, and this legislation is a step in that direction.”​

“Increasing the minimum wage to keep up with inflation not only helps workers to support themselves and their families but also ensures they have the stability to pursue greater opportunity,” said Maryland Department of Labor Acting Secretary Wu. “The sensible wage increases in the Fair Wage Act will help Maryland to keep pace with other leading states in our region and across the country and strengthen our economy through expanding Maryland’s workforce, supporting stable jobs, and improving productivity.”

“Fair wages have the benefit of making businesses more competitive and giving them an edge by improving the culture of their workplace and making it easier to attract and, most importantly, retain talented employees,” said Maryland Commerce Acting Secretary Anderson. “When workers are paid wages that keep up with inflation, that translates into a more productive and stable workforce and better customer service which ultimately results in a greater bottom line for businesses.”

“Minimum wage increases don’t go into workers’ pockets and disappear; the money recirculates as spending at local businesses like ours,” said Gina Schaefer, A Few Cool Hardware Stores Owner. “Whole communities are strengthened; and investing in employees is the best investment a business can make. Customers keep coming back to businesses where employees are happy to work and deliver great customer service.”​


Per Montgomery County: Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich, Montgomery County Council members, and representatives from the University of Maryland, College Park (UMD), the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB), the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS), and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority (WMATA) welcomed Maryland Governor Wes Moore and Lt. Governor Aruna Miller to the Pike District for a presentation and update on the UM-Institute for Health Computing project. The Institute for Health Computing is a planned research facility and academic presence at the North Bethesda Metro Station in the Pike District that will serve as an anchor and attraction to developers and businesses. The Institute will include research in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR).

“This project is a perfect example of how Maryland can become more economically competitive by creating opportunities through innovative partnerships,” said Governor Wes Moore. “I am proud our higher education institutions are working together to make it a success.”

“As a Montgomery County resident, I am excited for the possibility of a project that will further the county and state’s goals for equity and transformational economic development,” said Lt. Governor Aruna Miller.

Currently, Montgomery County is the epicenter of the fourth largest bio-health cluster in the country, but the only one in the top 10 not anchored by a graduate level research institution. According to a recent report by CBRE, our region is home to the 2nd largest life science workforce in the nation. Additionally, the Institute for Health Computing will assist the County’s hospitality industry. Montgomery County is home to companies representing 50 percent of the national hospitality market including Marriott and Choice Hotels.

The new institute’s location in North Bethesda’s Pike District, near the NIST, NIH, FDA, Walter Reed, the Henry Jackson Foundation, and the Naval Medical Research Center, will provide a unique opportunity for this area to emerge as the prime location for this novel and urgent cutting-edge research. The new facility will bring together world-class researchers from the University System of Maryland’s partner institutions prominent in artificial intelligence, machine learning and the virtual/augmented reality fields with researchers and clinicians at the UMMS.

“We are very appreciative that Governor Moore and Lt. Governor Miller visited us to learn more about the Institute for Health Computing and the potential it has for the State economic development, job creation, education, and equity goals,” said County Executive Marc Elrich. “We learned firsthand through the process of competing for the Amazon HQ2 process how important it is to provide an educated workforce and an academic presence to attract companies to Maryland. The technologies and synergies that the UM-Institute for Health Computing will provide to our life sciences, as well as our hospitality sector, is a game changer for our State and County.”

“This transformative partnership highlights Montgomery County’s rising status as an epicenter for the biohealth and technology industries,” Council President Evan Glass said. “This project will stimulate growth and business development, strengthen our workforce and benefit the entire state of Maryland.”

The Institute is expected to open in leased space in early 2023, with final completion of laboratory and office space at the North Bethesda Metro location in 2028. The combined new County, University, and federal commitments amount to $68M over the next five years.

Montgomery County committed $40 million to the Institute, which will be the anchor for development of a new biotech cluster in North Bethesda. The initial $15 million from the County has already leveraged a $3 million earmark from the Maryland Congressional Delegation. During the 2022 General Assembly Session, the Montgomery County State Delegation secured $16 million towards this project. The Universities and UMMS have already made significant early investments in AI, VR, and health data informatics that will benefit this project, and have committed an additional $25 million over the next five years to match the County’s operating commitment over that time.

“The UM-Institute for Health Computing will provide additional opportunities for world-class research and help train future workers to thrive in our modern, innovation-driven economy,” said U.S. Senator Ben Cardin. “This new institute will be driven by partnerships and will lead to countless new ones, bringing another growth engine to North Bethesda and further bolstering one of Montgomery County’s greatest strengths. Team Maryland worked hard to deliver a new direct federal investment to advance this effort and looks forward to its future success.”

“Montgomery County is a leader in health innovation, and through the partnership they’ve forged with the University of Maryland to create the Institute for Health Computing, they’ll reach even greater heights as they discover groundbreaking treatments and cures. That’s why I was pleased to help deliver a direct federal investment for this new institute to purchase the cutting-edge equipment it needs, which will help drive medical breakthroughs that save lives while bringing new jobs and opportunities to our state,” said U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen.

“This institute is a big deal for Montgomery County and our entire state,” said Senator Ben Kramer, chair of the Montgomery County Senate Delegation. “Montgomery County is a leader for innovation and life sciences. Creating this institution in the County will ensure that our County continues to lead on this critical issue to cure diseases, improve health outcomes, and reduce disparities for generations to come.”

“Life science in a core ecosystem of Montgomery County, and the Institute for Health Computing will increase our region’s competitiveness throughout the industry,” stated Delegate Julie Palakovich Carr, chair of the Montgomery County House Delegation. “I appreciate the Governor coming to our County to hear from our government and university partners as we work together to bring this important project to fruition.”

“As the state’s flagship institution, serving the people of Maryland is at the core of our mission, and improving human health is a grand challenge we want to address,” said University of Maryland President Darryll J. Pines. “At the University of Maryland Institute for Health Computing, we will partner with world-class researchers in the state to serve Marylanders. We bring to the table our nationally recognized expertise in artificial intelligence and both virtual and augmented reality to revolutionize patient care and well-being.”

A significant aspect of life sciences research today involves using technology to discover meaningful patterns hidden in huge data sets. For example, our nation’s rapid discovery of a vaccine for COVID-19 during the pandemic was reliant on AI to accelerate advances in the underlying lab research.  AI also is being used for now to improve public health through prevention strategies using the analysis of patient data on chronic diseases, risk factors, and outcomes.

“We are witnessing an unprecedented revolution in health care that is being driven by biomedical innovation, the digitization of medical records, and advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence. This new Institute will include all of these elements in a synergistic effect that will transform our health care system,” said UMB President Bruce E. Jarrell, MD, FACS.

The vision of the Institute for Health Computing is a convergence of computing and lab work and will only grow as it promises to speed and broaden our ability to address health outcomes that will benefit Montgomery County and beyond. The Institute for Health Computing will be a catalyst for the growth of companies in the life sciences and in the field of AI, and will offer new opportunities for internships, experiential learning and jobs for students and graduates.

“As a health care leader serving diverse communities across the state, the University of Maryland Medical System is proud to be a founding partner institution,” said Mohan Suntha, MD, MBA, UMMS President and CEO. “De-identified data from patients across our System, paired with clinical research data from our partners at UMB, will provide the data backbone for advanced analytics that will help deliver faster diagnoses and improvements in how therapeutics are utilized while helping develop the cures of tomorrow.”

“Metro welcomes this opportunity to collaborate with Governor Moore, County Executive Elrich and other partners to promote economic growth and community development in North Bethesda,” said Metro General Manager and Chief Executive Officer Randy Clarke. “The county’s vision to support transit-oriented development on Metro property at the North Bethesda Metro Station – anchored by a higher education institute – will provide access to transit and grow ridership.  We’re pleased to work with the county on a Joint Development project to support this vision.”



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