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Commissioners welcome new businesses to Calvert

On Tuesday, Oct. 1 the Calvert County Commissioners did something the board’s current president says he loves to do—they got out of their meeting room and celebrated the openings of two new local businesses.

“Thank you for moving to this county,” said Commissioners’ President Pat Nutter [R] to Mattie and Tyler Stott of Angels of Care. The Stott’s business’ specialty is in-home senior care.

“We have caregivers and send them into homes,” said Tyler, who is the managing partner, while his wife, Mattie serves as care management coordinator. The caregivers provide personal care and companionship, do some light housekeeping and are also qualified for medication administration.

The local Angels of Care office is on Merrimac Court in Prince Frederick. Tyler Stott told the commissioners four county residents are currently employed by the new business.

The commissioners and other county government officials also visited and presided over a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Centreville Manufacturing Inc. on Solomons Island Road in Prince Frederick.

While owner John T. Doran Jr. was unable to attend the event, parts store manager Andy Juskelis greeted the government entourage and raved about the location. “The traffic has been off the charts,” said Juskelis. “Calvert County has made this the greatest place I’ve done business. It’s going really well so far.”

Centreville Manufacturing Inc. specializes in trailer equipment and parts. Its two other locations are in Centreville and Annapolis. The Prince Frederick store is located in the old Penn Jersey building.

Contact Marty Madden at marty.madden@thebaynet.com

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