Garrett County Government - Department of Business Development

February 2020

Garrett College Board Rolls Back Tuition Rate
The 9-percent rate rollback - from the current $109 per-credit-hour - was proposed & approved to address both student access & student debt concerns, according to Board of Trustees Chairman Don Morin.
Women's Commission Offering Scholarships
The application form is available in paper format at the Garrett County Public Libraries or the Garrett College Financial Aid office, and online at the Commission for Women website at
Military March Promotion Offered in Garrett County
Twenty-eight businesses are participating in the promotion, which runs from March 1st through March 31st on non-holidays.
This -N- That Grocery Set to Open February 28th in Oakland
The store is a locally owned and operated discount store offering a wide variety of grocery items, including meats and dairy.
J&M Sports Cards Open for Collectors
The store carries all kinds of supplies for sports cards, such as hobby boxes, as well as autographed memorabilia and Pokemon and Garbage Pail Kids.
DLLR Representatives Available for In-Person Job Seeker Assistance
David Levesque, Employment Specialist & Workshop Facilitator with the MD Dept. of Labor, will be at the Oakland Armory on February 14, 2020, for in-person job assistance.
Department of Economic Development Hires Business Development Specialist
Garrett County Department of Economic Development welcomes Joshua Hook as the new Business Development Specialist.
Business Plan Writing Series & Competition
Garrett College's annual Business Plan Writing Series and Competition begins February 18, 2020. The grant prize winner will receive $1,000.