Town-wide planning session set

September 19, 1993|By Frank Lynch | Frank Lynch,Staff Writer

A group of county citizens will explore ways to improve life in Bel Air at the first ever town-wide planning session, scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at Liriodendron, 502 W. Gordon St.

Participants will be asked to express ideas and concerns for the future of the town.

"Ideas from this day will be the foundation for the town's master plan for the next 10 years," said Carol L. Diebel, director of planning and community development for Bel Air.

"We have invited 75 people to take part, and we hope to break them down into groups of seven or eight. Each group will be given potential problem areas to discuss and will be asked to offer positive solutions at the end of the day."

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Harford Community College will host the ninth annual Harford County Job Fair from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Oct. 6, in the Susquehanna Center on campus.

Representatives from local and regional companies and government agencies will be available to discuss employment opportunities.

For more information, call 836-4376, 879-8920 or 836-4646.

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Vernon C. Terry received one of six "Equal Opportunity In Housing" awards during ceremonies recently sponsored by the Maryland Association of Realtors at the State House in Annapolis.

In addition to Mr. Terry, a longtime Harford County Realtor, other winners included Carroll Springer with the Frederick County Department of Social Services, Anita L. Ritter with Frederick County National Bank, William Hintze who is executive director of Cecil County Group Residence, Richard Maslow with Cumberland Area Community Housing Resources and Cuvator Armstrong with Silvia International Realty of Montgomery County.

Presentations were made by Lt. Gov. Melvin A. Steinberg.

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The YWCA of Harford County Women's Resource Center will sponsor a one-day workshop offering practical solutions to help employers and business owners comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act.

Supported by a grant from the Maryland Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the workshop is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Abingdon.

A fee of $18 includes materials and lunch.

For additional information, call Mary Lou Teel at 893-2561.

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