Now that MGM Resorts International (MGM) has submitted its formal plans for a $925 million casino complex at National Harbor in Maryland, the Prince George’s County Planning Board is expected to schedule a public hearing as early as April.
Quick approval will help the company complete the project by mid-2016, boosting tourism and expanding the county’s economic base.
MGM officials said they had hired a Prince George’s architectural firm to work as a liaison between the company and the county.
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