Harford council OKs bills to relieve school

October 08, 2003

Harford council OKs bills to relieve school crowding

The Harford County Council approved two bills last night to help relieve school crowding and monitor public facilities in the fast-growing jurisdiction.

The council voted 5-2 to halt approvals of preliminary construction plans for housing in areas where schools exceed 115 percent of capacity - or are projected to reach that level within five years.

Members also voted 5-2 to form an advisory board to regularly review growth patterns to keep home development in line with school construction.

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