Maryland earmarked projects in year-end spending measure

December 10, 2009

More than 70 Maryland projects, listed with their amounts and congressional requesters, were expected to be approved by the House. Each appropriation would still have to be approved by the Senate and be signed by the president.

•BRAC-related intersections at military installation, Fort Meade, Anne Arundel County; $2.75 million; Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin (D), Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski (D), Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D), Rep. John Sarbanes (D)

•BRAC-related intersection at military installation, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Harford County; $2.9 million; Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett (R), Cardin, Mikulski, Rep. Frank Kratovil (D), Ruppersberger

•BRAC-related intersection at military installation National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda; $4.4 million; Bartlett, Cardin, Mikulski, Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D)

•BRAC-related intersection at military installation, Andrews Air Force Base, Prince George's County; $2.5 million; Cardin, Rep. Donna Edwards (D), Mikulski

•Intersection Improvements Around State Center, Baltimore; $800,000; Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D)

•Intersection MD 4, MD 2/4 to MD 235, including Thomas Johnson Bridge; $750,000; Rep. Steny H. Hoyer (D)

•MD 404 Improvements in Caroline, Talbot, and Queen Anne's Counties; $950,000; Kratovil, Mikulski

•Baltimore Red Line; $3 million; Cardin, Cummings, Mikulski, Ruppersberger, Sarbanes

•Purple Line, Prince George's and Montgomery Counties; $3 million; Cardin, Edwards, Mikulski, Van Hollen

•For installation of plumbing in low-income housing, Charles County; $292,200; Hoyer, Mikulski

•Renovation and expansion of a homeless shelter, Prince Frederick, Calvert County; $375,000; Hoyer

•Rehabilitation and equipment purchase for community and wellness rooms in a low- and moderate-income elderly housing community; $487,000; Mikulski

•Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources for restoration and preservation of properties to alleviate economic distress through stimulation of private investment and community revitalization; $462,650; Cardin, Mikulski, Kratovil

•Construction, renovation and equipment at the Maryland Food Bank, Baltimore; $492,200; Bartlett, Cardin, Cummings, Kratovil, Mikulski, Ruppersberger, Sarbanes

•St. Ann's Infant and Maternity Home, Hyattsville, renovations and systems upgrades; $200,000; Van Hollen

•Housing Initiative Partnership Inc., Hyattsville, Spanish-language foreclosure-prevention program in Prince George's County; $500,000; Cardin, Edwards, Hoyer, Mikulski

•Baltimore City Public Schools, to establish alternative education programs for academically-challenged students; $500,000; Cummings

•CentroNia, Takoma Park, to expand pre-K services and train early education teachers; $500,000; Cardin, Mikulski, Van Hollen

•Belair, Harford County, for a science, technology, engineering and math education program; $400,000; Kratovil, Mikulski

•Anne Arundel Community College, Hanover, for its science, technology, engineering, and math initiative; $350,000; Ruppersberger

•National Labor College, George Meany Center for Labor Studies, Silver Spring, for the Adult Learning Program; $400,000; Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin (D)

•St. Mary's College of Maryland, St. Mary's City, for science laboratory and information technology equipment; $600,000; Hoyer

•Best Buddies of Maryland, Baltimore, for mentoring programs for persons with intellectual disabilities; $300,000; Hoyer

•LifeStyles of Maryland Inc., La Plata, for its Safe Nights Program for homeless and disadvantaged populations; $60,000; Hoyer

•Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services, Rockville, for community based service delivery and outreach; $200,000; Edwards

•Prince George's County, for a program for transition-aged youth; $165,000; Cardin, Edwards, Van Hollen

•United Way of Central Maryland, Baltimore, to provide social services through the 2-1-1 Maryland program; $800,000; Mikulski, Ruppersberger

• Morgan State University, Baltimore, for a program to understand the social determinants and the impact of health disparities on the health of urban and underserved populations; $200,000; Cummings

•Pulmonary Hypertension Association, Silver Spring, for a pulmonary hypertension prevention and awareness initiative; $250,000; Texas Rep. Kevin Brady (R)

•Baltimore Medical System for facilities and equipment for the Highlandtown Health Living Center; $250,000; Sarbanes

• College of Notre Dame, Baltimore, for facilities and equipment for the school of pharmacy; $450,000; Sarbanes

•College of Southern Maryland, La Plata, for facilities and equipment; $400,000; Cardin, Hoyer

•Community Health Integrated Partnership Inc., Glen Burnie, for facilities and equipment; $650,000; Cardin, Hoyer, Kratovil, Ruppersberger, Sarbanes

•County Commissioners of Charles County, La Plata, for health facilities and equipment; $250,000; Hoyer

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