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Several of former Harford executive's top aides have followed him to state government

Several of former Harford executive's top aides have followed him to state government

David Craig served a record nine years and four-plus months as Harford County's chief executive and when he left office last December, very few of those who had served as his top advisors stayed behind with the county. Like Craig, who became secretary of the Maryland Department of Planning under Gov. Larry Hogan in January, several of his former top aides are now working in state government. On July 24, Hogan named Russell J. Strickland, Craig's former director of emergency services, to head the Maryland Emergency Management Agency and while Strickland is the first member of Craig's former cabinet to receive a state cabinet level job under Hogan, four others also landed...

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