Glenn said he just got home from Barker's funeral when he heard of Jordan's death.
"I couldn't believe it; it was a true shock," he said. "Tommy, I'm really gonna miss you."
Councilman John Correri also said they were two people who have made a huge impression on the town.
With Barker, "it was just magic with her," he said, calling her "one of the happiest people you ever met in her life, so positive, always gave you 200 percent."
He also said he has known Jordan his whole life and called him "a guy that was just driven to succeed."
"I can't say enough for what they meant to me and this community," Correri said.
Dougherty also talked about Barker's impressive stamina and commitment to Havre de Grace.
"Charlie was very brave from the time of diagnosis, but yet Charlie Barker worked right up until the end," he said, noting that a few days before that end, she called Dougherty's office to brush up on the logistics of some volunteer programs.
"To the family of Charlie Barker, my prayers go to you," he said. "I thank you for sharing Charlie with us."
"When you thought she did everything she could do, there was more she did," he said.
Dougherty presented the second-quarter financial report, noting city revenues exceeded goals by almost $440,000 through Dec. 31.
The General Fund finished the quarter almost $2.2 million ahead of expectations, although almost $1.3 million had already been committed to ensuring adequate funds are available for the water and sewer fund.
The water and sewer fund earned almost $330,000 and the Marina experienced a $30,000 loss.
Real property taxes were more than $205,000 greater than expected and the city's share of state income taxes also exceeded expectations by more than $205,000.
A $25,000 decline in building permits partly offset those increases.
The city began the year with a fund balance of more than $3.7 million and has added almost $2.8 million through the end of the quarter.