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  • Tuesday, May 14, 2019

    • Doing Business with Horseshoe Casino Baltimore Time: 10:00a - 12:30p Location: Horseshoe Baltimore Casino Harbor Room 1525 Russell Street Baltimore, MD 21230 Details:

      Hosted By: The Governor's Office of Small, Minority, and Women Business Affairs

      Learn how to do business with Horseshoe Casino Baltimore and meet their buyers one-on-one. Find out what they are buying right now, and what they plan to buy in the future, such as:

      • Comp Program Partnerships
      • Landscaping
      • Snow removal
      • Portable bathrooms
      • Sewage removal
      • Fryer filtration & cooking oil services
      • Bus and shuttle charter services
      • General contractors

      Here is a list of what Horseshoe buys in general locally:

      • Meats
      • Seafood
      • Produce
      • Ethnic and local food
      • Non-alcoholic beverages
      • Bakery items
      • CO2
      • General saupplies (some nationally)
      • Laundry
      • Vending
      • Repairs & maintenance (some nationally)
      • Printing services (last minute/special projects)

      Note: You must be 21 years of age to enter the facility.

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    • Alternatives for the I-495 & I-270 Managed Lanes Study in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties Time: 6:30p - 8:30p Location: Oxon Hill High School 6701 Leyte Drive Oxon Hill, MD 20745 Details:

      Hosted By: Federal Highway Administration and MDOT State Highway Administration

      These public workshops in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties in April and May 2019 will present the traffic, environmental, and financial analyses for the recommended Screened Alternatives along with the recommendations for the alternatives to be retained for detailed study in the Draft Environmental Impact Statement.

      Meeting format at the public workshops:

      • The MDOT SHA team will guide attendees through the workshop materials that will include informational displays, handouts, and interactive and hard copy mapping. Staff will be available to answer questions.
      • During the week, two presentations will occur at 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. On Saturday, two presentations will occur at 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Presentations are the same and will provide an overview of where we are today with time for questions and answers.
      • Comments will be accepted at the public workshops and online. Throughout the study we welcome your feedback.
      • A virtual workshop will also be available on the program website starting April 11, 2019.

      Contact: or 833-858-5960