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On Tuesday, the Harford County Council approved a rezoning package that reversed dozens of recommendations made by the county planning and zoning department and nearly quadrupled the number of business zoning requests that had been approved.

On Thursday, County Executive David R. Craig said that the council erred in approving more than 50 amendments - some of which would add nearly 175 acres for business use - and added that he has not ruled out vetoing the package.

"We believe we had a method in creating [the rezoning bill]," the Republican executive said. "I'm not convinced [the council] had a method in deconstructing it."


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