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August 19, 2009|By Mary Gail Hare | Mary Gail Hare,MARY.GAIL.HARE@BALTSUN.COM

"All these projects mean thousands of jobs are coming to Harford County," said Councilman Dion Guthrie, who represents the Edgewood area. "The base has already gone from one security gate to six."

Since the research institute project is not related to BRAC, it does not have to meet that 2011 deadline.

"It is not BRAC, but this project is critical to the build-out and transformation at APG," Ruderman said. "We are really changing the landscape."

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