Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation Annual Business Filings Now Available

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For businesses registered in Maryland, The Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) today announced the availability of 2023 annual report and personal property tax return filings and extension requests. All domestic and foreign business entities must file an annual report or request an extension by April 17, 2023, to maintain their “good standing”…

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Grant Funding Allows for Economic Development Projects in Rural Maryland Communities

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Rural Maryland areas will become more attractive for tourism, jobs, and economic development thanks to a grant fund. The $50 million Rural Maryland Economic Development Fund will allow key projects, including: • A comprehensive plan to enhance airline service and improve economic development through the Salisbury‐Ocean City Wicomico Regional Airport (SBY). • Dredging in the…

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Gov Carney Issues Third Revision to Omnibus COVID-19 Emergency Order

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Governor John Carney on Friday issued the third revision to his omnibus emergency order, formally imposing restrictions announced earlier this week to limit the spread of COVID-19.  Read Governor Carney’s executive order.   “These are difficult decisions, but we face a difficult and challenging winter,” said Governor Carney. “COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are rising in Delaware and across the…

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Salisbury-Wicomico Roadmap to Recovery Released for Local Businesses Ready to Reopen

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Salisbury Mayor Jake Day and Wicomico County have partnered to release the Salisbury-Wicomico Roadmap to recovery which includes information and resources locally that is relevant to the State of Maryland’s reopening.  The Salisbury-Wicomico Roadmap provides easy-to-understand guidelines for businesses that are eligible and ready to reopen and help to get the economy back on track. …

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Letter to Gov Carney from Delaware House of Representatives’ Republican Caucus on Coronavirus Restrictions

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The Delaware House of Representatives’ Republican Caucus sent a letter to Governor John Carney today basically saying enough is enough. They said they were supportive of the initial State of Emergency declaration after health experts believed the actions were necessary. In the letter they say, “Today is the 49th day Delawareans are living under the…

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Salisbury Mayor meets with businesses affected by coronavirus

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Salisbury Mayor Jake Day is holding a roundtable discussion with businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The Greater Salisbury Committee, the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce, and Salisbury-Wicomico Economic Development are hosting a special Business Roundtable Tuesday with Mayor Jake Day as the featured guest. Mayor Day appeared LIVE on WGMD Tuesday morning where he…

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DE to Require Screening of New Business Entities

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With the start of 2019, anyone who registers a new business in Delaware will be checked against a list of people and groups who are not allowed to do business in the U.S.  Delaware Secretary of state, Jeffrey Bullock says it’s a way to weed out bad actors who may be trying to set up…

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DE Division of Revenue Names Delinquent Taxpayers & Businesses

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The Division of Revenue has released Delaware’s Top 100 delinquent individual and business taxpayers.   Between the two lists – more than $3.6-million is owed to Delaware.  The lists include the top taxpayers from each list – each owing a tax balance of over $1000, who were not on the last list published and whom the…

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Georgetown Man Arrested for Burglaries

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A Georgetown man has been arrested for a string of burglaries that occurred between mid-December and January 10th.  During that time police received reports of 4 burglaries to businesses and one business damaged during an attempted burglary.  Georgetown Police have arrested 50 year old Gordon Dixon – he’s charged with 3 counts of burglary, 1…

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