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Hogan announces millions in county construction funding

Hogan announces millions in county construction funding

Gov. Larry Hogan announced $145 million in road construction money that will flow into priority projects in Anne Arundel County. The governor laid out plans for the money in a Thursday news conference, his first public appearance since he announced Monday he has cancer. Hogan said the state will spend about $1.97 billion on transportation projects that will benefit local jurisdictions — including reducing congestion near Fort George G. Meade and on Route 50 at Severn River Bridge. "This investment not only will move long-awaited highway projects into construction, so that Maryland families and businesses will benefit from safer, smoother roads, but also it will address every...

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