Calvert commissioners preside over ribbon cuttings

Calvert County Government officials, including three commissioners, visited two Prince Frederick businesses with new locations Tuesday, June 11. The local government entourage welcomed the new businesses and helped them mark the occasions with ribbon cutting ceremonies.

The first visit was to Superior Fireplace and Garage Door Inc. on Cutter Court, which is located within the Calvert County Industrial Park. Later the county government officials stopped by Rejuvenation Medi-Spa and Dr. Gail Anderson’s Office at 131 Main Street.

Ashley Donnelly, one of the owners of Superior Fireplace and Garage Door Inc., explained the company opened in 2010 and subsequently relocated to the Industrial Park location late last year. Donnelly said the company decided to hold of the celebration until spring since they were extremely busy during the cold weather season. Donnelly’s partners are her husband Dane and her father, Kurt Evers. The company has five other employees.

“Thank you for investing on our community,” said Commissioner Steven R. Weems [R].

“It’s great to come to a new business,” said Commissioners’ President Pat Nutter [R], who admitted the many charcoal, gas and pellet grills on display in the showroom had captured his interest, since outdoor grilling is a man’s job.

In addition to the three commissioners, Delegate Mark Fisher [R-District 27B] also attended the opening celebration.

The County Government group then visited the new offices of Chesapeake Otolaryngology Associates and Rejuvenation Medi-Spa.

Anderson is an ear, nose and throat physician. The full-service spa is operated by Tina Robertson and has 16 employees.

“We just want to thank the Department of Economic Development,” said Anderson. “We look forward to expanding our service.”

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