Councilwoman Barbara Wagner said residents are invited to contribute to a study on the Conowingo Dam at a meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 3 at the Havre de Grace Community Center.
Harris Stadium update
Councilman David Glenn said he hopes the Harford County Council will take a "positive" effect on the long-awaited Harris Stadium project.
"We raised over $1 million through private donations and more through selling bricks," he said. "A lot of people gave their time and effort to make this dream come true."
"These kids have waited patiently for a long time and as a community, we stepped up and we saved the taxpayers a lot of money," he said.
Councilman Bill Martin announced that Salisbury University will be coming in to make a smartphone app for the Lafayette Trail.
He said it will allow people visiting the town to walk the trail using GPS and get detailed information on historical sites through the app, which will also feature historical plaques at certain houses or buildings.
"This is a really big deal," he said, noting it should be done by the end of the year.
Martin also said he is taking his class to Regal Cinemas to see the new movie "Lincoln" and pointed out Monday was the anniversary of the Gettysburg Address.
Easter Egg hunt
The annual Easter Egg Hunt was also approved for March 31 at Tydings Park.
"I think we actually beat Walmart on this one, with Easter before Thanksgiving," Craig joked.
Craig also urged residents to stay involved with city government, after no one came up to make comments that night.
"I want all the citizens of Havre de Grace to know that their voice can be heard right here at every single council meeting," he said after discussing how the election was over.