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Comptroller Lierman Announces January 29 Tax Season Start at New Baltimore Office

January 23, 2024

Maryland Comptroller’s Office is first state agency to relocate from State Center Complex to Downtown Baltimore

Comptroller Brooke E. Lierman celebrated the opening of the agency’s new Baltimore City branch office at 7 Saint Paul Street today, with a ribbon cutting and tax season kick-off event. The Office of the Comptroller is the first state agency to relocate from the State Center Complex to downtown Baltimore. The office opened to Marylanders before the 2024 tax season.

“We are excited to be the first state agency to relocate from State Center to the central business district in Baltimore. Leaving the outdated facilities at State Center and moving into a newly renovated space in downtown Baltimore demonstrates our commitment to improve the working environment for our team members, ensure a first-class customer experience for Marylanders, and invest in the continued growth of downtown Baltimore,” Comptroller Lierman said.

Comptroller Lierman was joined by Lt. Governor Aruna Miller; Secretary Atif Chaudhry of the Maryland Department of General Services; Faith P. Leach, chief administrative officer for the City of Baltimore; Shelonda Stokes, president of the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, and other stakeholders for the ribbon cutting and tax season announcement at the building formerly known as the Wells Fargo Tower.

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