Harford County Executive Barry Glassman will host a virtual town hall in January for citizens to share their priorities for the next county budget. This annual virtual town hall provides multiple opportunities for public input on the budget at any time in the weeks leading up to and during the live event, where in-person testimony is also welcome. This year’s virtual town hall will begin at 6 p.m. on Thursday, January 23, 2020 at the Chesapeake Theater on the campus of Harford Community College in Bel Air. The live event will be broadcast by Harford Cable Network, and it will stream live and be archived on the county website.
“Our award-winning virtual town hall format invites citizens to share their county budget priorities in whatever way is convenient for them, while letting them also hear what others have to say,” County Executive Glassman said. “Our goal is an efficient and transparent process that makes it easy to get involved.”
Starting now, citizens are invited to send in their county budget priorities for the fiscal year 2021 via dedicated social media pages, email, and U.S. Mail. Excerpts and summaries of this input will be read aloud by a moderator during the live meeting. The meeting will also include live testimony from attendees and relayed messages from callers to a dedicated phone line.
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