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Water and sewer authority not immediate priority for incoming Harford executive
Water and sewer authority not immediate priority for incoming Harford executive

Harford County's incoming county executive is taking a wait-and-see stance on forming a countywide quasi-governmental water and sewer authority, which would own and run all the municipal and county water and sewer systems. Control of the water and wastewater treatment plants, as well as the water and sewer infrastructure, owned and operated by Aberdeen, Bel Air, Havre de Grace and Harford County, would be ceded to a board of directors made up of members appointed by the four jurisdictions. "I think the jury is out on the cost/benefit, and I'm going to wait and see what the report says," Barry Glassman, the county executive-elect, said Wednesday. The report...

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