Danny Woods, vice president of LNG Operations for Dominion Cove Point, presented a $3 million check to the Calvert County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) during the board’s February 12, 2019 meeting.
The money will be used to develop a regional park on the 100-acre property north of the Appeal Landfill in Lusby that Dominion donated to the county. Dominion previously donated $1.1 million to jump-start the master plan for the park.
The BOCC accepted the check from Danny Woods at their meeting. “At the completion of the project, Dominion donated the approximately 100-acre property to the county to develop a regional park,” stated Department of Communications and Media Relations Director Linda Vassallo. “To make certain the park development happens quickly, Dominion previously donated $1.1 million to jump start the master plan for the park.”
Dominion Cove Point Vice President of LNG Operations Danny Woods presented the check to the board. “The new liquefaction unit would not be without the support of the county commissioners,” said Woods. He said the $3 million will aid the county in developing a recreational facility for the community to enjoy.
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