It’s located about 23 miles southeast of Washington D.C. and about 56 miles south of Baltimore. Waldorf is typically used for commuters driving out of town to places like D.C. and Baltimore.
The town was originally named ‘Beantown’ after a local family, but that changed in 1880 when the General Assembly of Maryland changed it to “Waldorf” in honor of William Waldorf Astor.
Maryland is among a handful of states to have recently become deregulated which means its residents can now enjoy the right and the ability to choose the cheapest electric rates and providers possible for their commercial businesses.
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