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June 2013 Archives

Proposed stadium could cause Maryland to lose baseball team

A planned sports stadium could prompt the Hagerstown Suns, a Class A minor league baseball team, to move out of Maryland and into a neighboring state by 2015. The team would contribute to the $274,000 in projected profit that the multipurpose stadium would bring in each year. While the team has not reportedly filed an application to relocate with Minor League Baseball, its two-year lease at the Hagerstown stadium in Maryland is scheduled to expire after 2014.

Discrimination claims target Rockville, Maryland

The city of Rockville is currently facing two separate employment discrimination lawsuits that accuse the Maryland city of taking illegal actions against a current and former city employer, both of whom are black. It is unclear how much compensation the claims seek, but a successful discrimination lawsuit can result in orders for employers to provide their workers with thousands of dollars in damages.

Baltimore city council critical about Harbor Point tax deal

The Harbor Point Development Group LLC is developing a 27-acre property in Baltimore between Fells Points and Harbor East. When this Commercial real estate development is complete, it will become the new, 23-story, regional headquarters for Exelon Corp., as well as home for other business, such as Morgan Stanley. Harbor Point will also include hotels, apartments and 3,000-plus parking spaces.

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