Maryland lawmakers decide on school construction funding

April 9, 2007
State will allocate $400 million next year for school facility projects.

Budget negotiators in the Maryland legislature have agreed on how to allocate a record $400 million in school construction funds next year. The deal earmarks $52.25 million each for four of the state's largest jurisdictions -- Montgomery, Prince George's and Baltimore counties and the city of Baltimore--and lesser amounts for other counties based on a formula proposed by Gov. Martin O'Malley.

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