PORT DEPOSIT — The future continues to look bright for the former Bainbridge naval base, as the Bainbridge Development Corporation leadership revealed...
BDC, Navy Ink Bainbridge Cleanup Agreement
October 23, 2019
PORT DEPOSIT - The new acting chief of police made her first arrests Monday, charging 11 people with trespassing on the former U.S. Naval Training Cen...
Eleven Teens Charged with Trespassing on Bainbridge
April 25, 2019
PORT DEPOSIT — Maryland Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford made three stops in Cecil County Thursday, visiting Bainbridge Development Corporation, NorthBay Adve...
Rutherford Tours Bainbridge
October 25, 2019
MEETING RESCHEDULED: BDC to Unveil Tome School Report at Town Meeting
August 31, 2016
UPDATE, AUGUST 31, 3016:
The BDC presentation of the Tome School Strategic Plan Report has been rescheduled for September 20, 2016 at the Port Deposit Town Council Meeting. Once presented, the report will be avaialble publically via the "Documents" tab on the BDC website.
UPDATE, AUGUST 16, 2016:
The August 16th Town Council meeting was cancelled. The Tome School report will released during the next open public session. Once presented to the Town Council the BDC will publically release and post the report on our website.
AUGUST 8, 2016:
The BDC, in partnership with Weston Solutions and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Business Development Grant Program, has completed their opportunities and constraints analysis and will be publicly unveiling the Tome School Feasibility Study at the Port Deposit Town Meeting on Tuesday August 16th. This will be the first public sharing of the report.
The opportunities and constraints analysis was a detailed investigation and analysis of the economic, market and real estate data of the region, weighed with the unique opportunities and constraints at the National Historic Tome School (geography, location, environment, historic easement, etc.) to determine the highest and best use of the campus and the buildings.