MD - Over $13 Million In Funding Announced For Maryland Waterway Improvement
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Governor Larry Hogan announced $13.5 million in funding for waterway projects in Maryland on Tuesday.
The announcement was made at the Ocean City Fire Department, which received $50,000 from the initiative for a fire and rescue vessel engine replacement.
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“Boating is not just an important part of our history and our culture, it is also an important part of Maryland’s economy,” said Governor Hogan. “The announcement of these new grants is yet another shining example that Maryland is open for business, open for summer, and open for boating.”
The funding will go to 60 projects in 19 counties including projects for public boating access and amenities, dredging of waterways, and equipment for first responders.
The state said these are the projects that will be funded in the fiscal year 2022.