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Harford's Slutzky rescinds new security policy

Harford County Council President Richard Slutzky abruptly backpedaled Tuesday on his request that residents and media not approach the dais after meetings, apologizing again for the way the policy was announced.

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  • There's no more water in the system [Editorial]
    There's no more water in the system [Editorial]

    The recent lifting of a building moratorium in effect in Bel Air for about a year and a half has relatively few repercussions with regard to development in and around the county seat, but it has substantial repercussions with regard to the development of a growing bureaucracy relating to the...

  • Who ends up paying? [Editorial]
    Who ends up paying? [Editorial]

    A quarter of a century after embarking on a vigorous pro-development policy, the Havre de Grace City Council continues to pursue growth in ways that prove costly for the people already living in the community.

  • Don't approach [Editorial]
    Don't approach [Editorial]

    The term public servant is too frequently an inaccurate description of elected officials.

  • Working the system [Editorial]
    Working the system [Editorial]

    It wouldn't be right to let the euphoria of Inauguration Week 2014 pass without comment on one of the more obvious parts of the Glassman Administration: Billy Boniface, the new director of administration and the former Harford County Council president.

  • Coyotes in Harford an unintended consequence of human activity [Editorial]
    Coyotes in Harford an unintended consequence of human activity [Editorial]

    The stealthy presence of coyotes in Harford County – a presence farmers who raise livestock have been keenly aware of for a quarter of a century – is something worth pondering as it is evidence of both the consequences of human damage inflicted on the natural world, and how little...

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