This Monday, Maryland’s Comptroller, Peter Franchot, visited the City. The Comptroller came to the City to visit the new Duvall Field concession stand and plaza that received Program Open Space funding, and the second is to promote Shop MD Tax Free Week and local Maryland businesses by visiting three College Park Businesses (Wood’s Flower, Proteus Bike and 3 Stripe)

Comptroller Franchot stopped by in College Park this week to see the recent upgrades funded by Program Open Space grants.

Duvall Field’s concession stand and plaza area were recently upgraded in a joint effort by the city and county through $1.2 million in Program Open Space grants, which were approved by the Board of Public Works.

While visiting Wood’s Flowers and Gifts in College Park to recognize owner Barbara Wood for 80 years in business.

[Credit: Comptroller’s office, City of College Park]