Slutzky Answers; General Assembly Coverage
The Dagger has an Q&A with councilman Richard Slutzky and multiple outlets are reporting on the Maryland General Assembly.
You don't need me to tell you this, but Patch isn't the only place you can find information about Bel Air. Part of our company-wide mission is to be the hub for local news in the towns we cover.
To deliver the most local news, Bel Air Patch will provide a twice-weekly roundup—Saturday and Wednesday—of what other online news outlets—The Dagger, Bel Air News and Views and Explore Harford, for example—are saying about our town.
Patch has no partnership or affiliation with anyone I link to. But as long as they're working to provide local coverage, I want to make it as easy as possible for readers to find. Below you will find links of things that were not covered on Bel Air Patch. If you think there is something I'm missing, e-mail me at Brad@Patch.com. You can also post it in the comments below.
Without further ado, what follows is our first twice-weekly roundup around Bel Air:
A Q&A was posted on the The Dagger with County Councilman Richard Slutzky regarding Red Pump Elementary School. Slutzky discusses the costs of the school, and looks back on the County Council's decision to choose Red Pump Road instead of Schucks Road as the location for the county's newest elementary school.
For a Patch story about the principal of Red Pump, click here.
The monthly health department inspections were posted by the Dagger.
Explore Harford posted a recap of the Maryland General Assembly session as it affects Harford County so far.
Top Stories from Other Harford Patches:
The city introduced a carbon monoxide detector ordinance this week.
Editor and alum Sean Welsh gives five reasons to support a new Havre de Grace High School. (There's nothing in the works—yet.)
Freelancer Amber Woods honored volunteer firefighters in a reflective column.
The county's newest site broke the sad news of a Havre de Grace man killed in a two-vehicle collision.
Freelancer Amber Woods opines on Aberdeen's first murder of the year.