Thanks to all who attended the Friends of Harford Annual Meeting on April 28, 2019 at the McFaul Center. Annual Report and Presentations in links below.
Welcome 2019 Board of Directors
||Alan Sweatman & Bill Onorato
||Lee Crush & Mary Ann Forgan
Board Members 2019
Judy Blomquist, Morita Bruce, Veronica Cassilly, Patti Dallam, Glenn Dudderar, Janet Hardy, Sally LaBarre
All are invited to:
Friends of Harford Annual Meeting
Sunday, April 28, 2019
1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
McFaul Center- 525 W Macphail Rd, Bel Air, MD 21014
Program: Protecting Harford County’s Quality of Life
Topics to Include: Lighting, Open Space, Zoning Code Interpretation
Note-Refreshments and conversation at the conclusion of the program
Grateful for strong community partners like Gunpowder Riverkeeper for shining a light on the development process and the potential negative impacts to the environment.
Letter provided to the March 6, 2019 Harford County Development Advisory Committee for the proposed Abingdon Business Park.
To View Full Document CLICK HERE
The Harford County Council has been busy passing legislation! Check out the new scorecard HERE.
Friends of Harford- Why we asked the Candidates these questions:
Unless you’ve been personally affected by a County land use decision, you may be wondering why we asked these particular questions of local candidates. The following links provide reasons for the questions asked.
View the candidate responses HERE.
Reasons we asked the County Executive Candidates these questions
Reasons we asked the County Council Candidates these questions
Have you registered and reviewed the candidates for the 2018 GUBERNATORIAL PRIMARY?
Land use decisions are made locally. In anticipation of the upcoming election, Friends of Harford asked Harford County Candidates for County Executive and County Council questions about land use issues.
Link to responses HERE.
THE 2018 GUBERNATORIAL PRIMARY
In anticipation of the upcoming election, Friends of Harford asked Harford County Candidates for County Executive and County Council to please respond to the following questions so that we may understand their perspectives and reasoning on land use issues. The candidates’ responses can be found here.
Everyone is invited to the Friends of Harford Annual meeting Sunday, April 29 from 1:30 to 4:40 p.m. at the Abingdon Library, 2510 Tollgate Road. Due to the recent comprehensive zoning, changes in land use for your neighborhood will be explained and we will explore… What Could Happen NEXT?
We appreciate the possibility of folks desiring to represent us attending the meeting; voting for the County Executive and County Council is coming up. After we adjourn stay to enjoy refreshments, visit with candidates and take time to express your concerns regarding land use in Harford County.
Friends of Harford, Inc focuses on Harford’s land use issues, working for a fair balance between the rights of those wanting to develop a property and the rights of neighbors who might be impacted by that development.
Land use is controlled by the County Executive and County Council members. In anticipation of the upcoming election, Friends of Harford asks candidates to please respond to the posted questions so we may understand your perspectives and reasoning on these issues.
We will post your responses on our website and notify our members that they are available.
Responses are due back by April 15, 2018.
Thank you for your cooperation and assistance in keeping Harford County citizens aware and informed of your goals and objectives.
Harford County Executive Questions Due April 15th
Harford County Council Questions Due April 15th