(WJLA) - The proposed $925 million MGM casino resort at the National Harbor would include a hotel and restaurants, and is expected to bring in more than $40 million a year for Prince George's County.
County Executive Rushern Baker has been working on a community benefit agreement for the last few months with MGM, and released those terms and goals on Tuesday.
For instance, for operations MGM plans to hire 40-percent of employees locally - including veterans. And during construction, MGM says it will try to give 30-percent of contracts to minority business enterprises, also laying out the standards MGM has to use in order to achieve them.
However, opponents argue that it's still not tough enough of an agreement, and if a committee decides it is not doing enough to meet certain goals, MGM could be penalized.
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