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Harford County government to remain closed tomorrow, Circuit and District Courts to open along with all library branches except Bel Air, Fallston and Joppa

| October 30, 2012 | Reply

The Harford County government will remain closed tomorrow, however the Harford County Circuit and District Courts will open along with most branches of the Harford County Public Library. Bel Air, Fallston and Joppa library branches will remain closed as they are still without power. The Harford County “Hot-Line” will remain operational for the next 24-hours. Citizens with routine questions or concerns of a “non-emergency” nature should call the “Hot-Line at 410-838-5800. Here are the details:

Harford County Government Closed Wednesday

Storm recovery efforts delay re-opening of government

            (Bel Air, MD) – - Harford County Executive David R. Craig has announced that Harford County government will remain closed on Wednesday, October 31, 2012 in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

 

“Harford County government will remain closed Wednesday as we err on the side of safety – safety for our employees and the public who frequent our facilities,” County Executive Craig said.  “We will re-open Harford County government when road conditions improve and electrical service has been restored to support governmental operations,” Craig remarked.

 

Conversely, Harford County Circuit and District Courts will be open Wednesday.

 

Additionally, Mary Hastler, Director of Harford County Public Library has announced that all branches of Harford County Public Library will be open Wednesday, with exception of Bel Air, Fallston and Joppa branches who are without power.

 

“Hurricane Sandy was a storm of enormous proportions which has resulted in the deaths of two Marylander’s and significant loss in revenue to our businesses as well as a notable challenge for local, county and state governments,” County Executive Craig said.

 

The Harford County Division of Emergency Operations reminds the public that the Harford County “Hot-Line” will remain operational for the next 24-hours. Citizens with routine questions or concerns of a “non-emergency” nature should call the “Hot-Line at 410-838-5800.

 


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