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Looks like Baltimore County residents will have to do business in Harford or Carroll counties | READER COMMENTARY

The Ocean City boardwalk is one of the early beneficiaries of Gov. Larry Hogan's decision to begin lifting coronavirus-related restrictions.
The Ocean City boardwalk is one of the early beneficiaries of Gov. Larry Hogan's decision to begin lifting coronavirus-related restrictions. (The Washington Post // Getty Images)

Gov. Larry Hogan made the correct decision in lifting the stay-at-home order and easing some coronavirus-related restrictions. Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. rejected the idea (“Here’s where Maryland counties stand on reopening as state’s coronavirus stay-at-home order lifts,” May 14).

Residents of Baltimore County can simply opt to do business in Harford and Carroll counties depriving Baltimore County of much-needed revenue.

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Bill Hennick, Towson

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