Bank relocates its headquarters to Crofton business park...

BUSINESS NOTES

February 18, 2002

Bank relocates its headquarters to Crofton business park

Suburban Federal Savings Bank has moved its corporate headquarters from Landover Hills in Prince George's County to 2120 Baldwin Ave. in Priest Bridge Business Park in Crofton. Its offices opened Feb. 11. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at 2 p.m.

The bank headquarters is the 24th building built in Priest Bridge Business Park, a 100-acre site with manufacturing, wholesale, retail, commercial and professional businesses.

250 new companies join Businesses for the Bay

Two hundred fifty new companies and local municipalities have enrolled in Businesses for the Bay, more than doubling program membership. Businesses for the Bay is a voluntary program, coordinated through the federal Chesapeake Bay Program, that assists businesses, government facilities and other organizations in preventing pollution by reducing or eliminating waste.

Businesses for the Bay has also helped members save more than $24.9 million through effective use of resources and lower disposal costs. Information: Chesapeake Bay Program, 410-267-5700.

People

Private investigation: Former Anne Arundel County police Chief Bob Russell has created Inquiries Inc., a full-service investigation agency. The agency, in the Conte Lubrano Building on Defense Highway in Annapolis, handles investigative, electronic surveillance and computer networking cases.

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