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Final BRAC town hall meeting scheduled

BRAC is here, just about. Sept. 15 is the federal government's deadline for its implementation at Aberdeen Proving Ground.

A week before that deadline, on Sept. 7, Harford County Executive David R. Craig, along with representatives from Harford County Government as well as ranking officials from the U. S. Army and Aberdeen Proving Ground, will host the final BRAC Town Hall.

This final meeting will include an update regarding milestones achieved, teaming efforts as well as future outlook and potential federal impact moving forward.

The meeting will be from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Aberdeen High School, 251 Paradise

Maj. Gen. Nick Justice of Aberdeen Proving Ground and Craig will host the meeting.

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