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University System of Maryland chancellor could get $125,000 kitchen

University System of Maryland chancellor could get $125,000 kitchen

A foundation associated with the University System of Maryland has approved plans to pay about $125,000 to replace the kitchen in the Baltimore County mansion it provides for its chief executive.

In December the executive committee of the University System of Maryland Foundation agreed to allocate the money for the new kitchen — and another $80,000 for maintenance — at Hidden Waters, the sprawling estate on Old Court Road.

The three-story mansion set on 12.5 acres, located 41 miles from the system's flagship campus at College Park, is occupied by Chancellor Robert B. Caret, who took over the position last year from William E. Kirwan. The kitchen is used to cater...

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