Harford County executive David R. Craig says education and public safety are among his priorities.
In addition, public works, land use, community assistance and workforce rehabilitation are on his to-do list for the final two years of his term.
"As the administration completes the final two years of our term, there are several major initiatives and projects which we hope to accomplish and bring to fruition by working together with the county council," Craig said. "Each of these initiatives, once completed, will have a positive impact on government, business and the quality of life for the citizens of Harford County.
Craig said details on how he will address priorities he has identified are detailed in the two-year plan he released Tuesday.
From new or improved school facilities to proposed zoning changes, Craig said more must be done to improve the quality of life in the area.
"I am pleased with the progress we've made, but there is much more to accomplish," he said. "We will continue to work in partnership with the county council, allied agencies, business and community organizations to fulfill these promises and to maintain the high quality of life for our citizens. Our job here is far from over."
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