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Building Sale Means More Jobs for County

June 29th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

The Thursday evening’s Allegany County Commissioners meeting several announcements were made in regards to job growth and maintenance within the county through Rocky Gap's construction and slot parlor opening, inaddition to others. One announcement was the commercial contract of sale with Chessie Federal Credit Union for the sale of the former Blue Cross and Blue Shield building for $2.5 million. According to Commission President Mike McKay, this will spell a large growth of jobs in the area.  





2 Responses to “Building Sale Means More Jobs for County”

  1. June 30, 2012 at 8:52 am, john wigger said:

    very short comment, do all of you know how many times those words have been said, and its the same story everytime with the same outcome,no jobs quit blowing smoke

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  2. July 01, 2012 at 5:56 pm, Stephanie Ritchie said:

    As a Job Developer and Retention Specialist worker at Horizon Goodwill Industries- this growth excites me greatly. The opportunities for my clients will be enhanced and I look forward to meeting with “the powers that be” to form a partnership as the employment opportunities come – I would like Horizon Goodwill to be able to assist with the screening and filling of the workforce slots that will be necessary to make all of this a reality. I can be reached at my office at 12000 Upper Potomac Industrial Park Street- 301-729-9404 ext 1802 by anyone who has workforce needs- our agency has been in the job placement business for over 100 years and can assist your company with manpower- both permanent or temporary as well as many business contracts and outsourcing opportunities – I look forward to being a part of this growth.

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