From Harford County Government:
Harford County Executive David R. Craig has scheduled visits to all eleven public libraries in the county, where he will be available to speak with citizens about all issues pertaining to county government.
Dubbed “County Executive David Craig – Unplugged,” the visits are an opportunity for citizens to speak informally and in-person with the County Executive on a wide range oftopics, including education, recreation, transportation, agriculture, jobs, and financial issues.
“I have always taken the constituent service aspect of my job very seriously,” stated County Executive Craig. “Local government is the form of government that is closest to the citizen, and these visits will allow the County to both provide information, and to receive input,” Craig remarked.
“Often times, citizens do not know whom to contact when they have a problem with government, while others don’t like to speak publically at large meetings. I hope that this casual and informal setting will better enable citizens to have direct and personal access to their government,” added County Executive Craig. “I look forward to meeting and speaking with many of our fellow citizens in the coming weeks,” the county executive stated.
“Harford County Public Library has eleven branches throughout the County and each branch serves as a center for sharing community information. We are pleased that Mr. Craig will be using the library as a venue for the residents of Harford County to speak with theCounty Executive about issues that are of interest to them,” stated Audra Caplan, Library Director.
During these visits County Executive Craig will also be promoting the county’s new information hotline, 410.638.INFO, which will enable citizens to access constituent servicesand information more directly.
The following are the dates and library locations where County Executive Craig will meet with citizens. All sessions will be held from 6:00pm to 7:30pm.
-Havre de Grace (120 North Union Avenue, Havre de Grace), Thursday, March 25
-Bel Air (100 East Pennsylvania Avenue, Bel Air), Monday, April 19
-Darlington (1134 Main Street, Darlington), Monday, April 26
-Edgewood (629 Edgewood Road, Edgewood), Thursday, April 29
-Joppa (655 Towne Center Drive, Joppa), Monday, May 3
-Abingdon (2510 Tollgate Road, Abingdon), Tuesday, May 4
-Fallston (1461 Fallston Road, Fallston),Thursday, May 6
-Aberdeen (21 Franklin Street, Aberdeen), Thursday, May 13
-Jarrettsville (3722 Norrisville Road, Jarrettsville), Monday, May 17
-Whiteford (2407 Whiteford Road, Whiteford), Thursday, May 20
-Norrisville (5310 Norrisville Road, White Hall), Monday, May 24
For more information on County Executive David Craig – Unplugged,” contact the County Executive’s Office of Constituent Services at 410.638.3354.