Maryland House Appropriations Committee Recommends $61.5 Million in Additional and New Funding for Capital Projects in Montgomery County (including North Bethesda)

Maryland House Appropriations Committee Recommends $61.5 Million in Additional and New Funding for Capital Projects in Montgomery County (including North Bethesda)

The Capital Budget Subcommittee of the Maryland House Appropriations Committee last week recommended new and additional funding for projects throughout the State and Montgomery County. Recommendations include items that were listed as Joint Priorities of the Montgomery County Executive and Council at the beginning of the 2022 Maryland General Assembly legislative session. The funds, together with funds previously allocated from the Maryland Senate, ensure that key Montgomery County projects will be able to make significant progress in the upcoming fiscal year.

Allocated funding includes:

And Governor Hogan’s 4th supplemental budget includes $10 million for White Flint infrastructure and economic development in Montgomery County.

Amy Ginsburg

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