From the office of the Comptroller of Maryland:
Comptroller Peter Franchot will present a proclamation Monday morning to the Harford County Office of Economic Development to recognize its new office on the Route 40 corridor, which is providing more convenient access for local residents. The Comptroller also will meet with Executive Director Karen Holt and staff and tour the new facility.
In his role on the Board of Public Works, Comptroller Peter Franchot then will join Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin and other local elected and community leaders for an afternoon tour of four city sites highlighting ongoing and future projects, including Tydings Park, Concord Point Park, a property at Water Street and the Havre de Grace Opera House, built in 1871. The tour will begin at Veterans Memorial at Tydings Park.
The Comptroller will wind up his day with a stop at the 70th annual Howard County Fairgrounds in West Friendship. The Comptroller will take in the fair’s sights, greet fair goers and visit with some of its many vendors.