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Harford community speaks out on possible job cuts at Aberdeen Proving Ground
Harford community speaks out on possible job cuts at Aberdeen Proving Ground

Nearly 500 people showed up to plead the case for maintaining the mission at Aberdeen Proving Ground to Army representatives Thursday night, as the service considers troop and civilian workforce cuts at posts across the country. "I feel any further reduction in military or civilian personnel will have an adverse impact on our community," Havre de Grace Mayor Wayne Dougherty said. He was one of several speakers during a three-hour "public listening session" on the post's future hosted by the Army at the Amoss Center at Harford Technical High School near Bel Air. Army officials say the potential job cuts are necessary to meet the service's 2020 Force...

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