Harford Digest


August 27, 2006

Carrs Mill Road closing scheduled

Carrs Mill Road between Route 152 and Ryan Road will be closed on or about Wednesday for a three-month reconstruction project, the Harford County Construction Management Bureau announced.

The road will be closed to through traffic between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. during the project.

Access to Fallston High School and Fallston Middle School will remain open. School buses and emergency vehicles will be allowed access from both ends of the road closing, officials said.

Teachers, staff members and students driving to classes should go to the schools from the Route 152 end of the road.

Information: 410-638-3561.

Ayres Chapel Road to close for repairs

Ayres Chapel Road between Route 23 and Harford Creamery Road will close on or about tomorrow for about 30 days for an intersection improvement project, the Harford County Construction Management Bureau has announced.

Detour signs will be posted around the work zone.

Information: 410-638-3561.

Events solicited for 2007 calendar

The Bel Air Economic and Community Development Commission is accepting events for the town's 2007 Calendar of Events.

To be eligible for inclusion, events must be held within the town limits. Entries such as Bel Air-based concerts, fairs, benefit walks, parades and festivals will be included.

The deadline to submit entries is Sept. 8.

Information: 410-879-9500 or 410-638-4540.

Seminar to focus on employee loyalty

The Susquehanna Workforce Network Inc. and Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, Division of Workforce Development will present a "Retention: Creating Employee Loyalty" seminar from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sept. 28 and 29 at the Cecil County Workforce Center, 1275 W. Pulaski Highway in Elkton.

A "Network with Your Colleagues" session will be held at 7:30 a.m.

James Brooke, founder of Synergy 1 LLC, a leadership development and strategic planning firm, will be the presenter.

An expert in building teams, leading change and developing managers into leaders, Brooke works with organizations to improve their assets and maximize their potential.

Reservations are required.

Information: 410-575-7268 or rbrown@swnetwork.org.

Library foundation board adds three

The Harford County Public Library Foundation has announced the addition of Kay Deitz, Vicki Mentzer and Mark Welsh to its board of directors.

Deitz is the owner of Kay Deitz Realty on Main Street in Bel Air.

Mentzer, a native of Bel Air, is a vice president with Mercantile County Bank and branch manager at the Jarrettsville office.

Welsh is vice president at BB&T Bank, focusing on mortgages.

All three are active in the community in various capacities with civic and business organizations.

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