Harford County Executive Barry Glassman honors Senior Deputy John Joseph Miner, Harford County’s longest serving “on the road” deputy in the history of the Sheriff’s Office.
The proclamation reads, in part:
“Your guiding influence to others and your commitment to the citizens of Harford County have been invaluable. We extend to you our gratitude and best wishes for a happy and healthy retirement.”
(Pictured left to right: Chris Gibbons, executive board member, Harford County Deputy Sheriff’s Union; Senior Deputy John Joseph “J.J.” Miner; County Executive Barry Glassman; James Pantgratz, vice president, Harford County Deputy Sheriff’s Union)
The Harford County Planning & Zoning Activity Tracker uses interactive maps to show properties that are subject to a public meeting or public hearings as part of the development process, identifying the meeting’s purpose, date, time and location.
Celebrating Women's History Month in Harford County, we pay tribute to The Honorable Joanne Parrott and her years of service and dedication to the community. Click on the image above to watch the video.
The legislation proposed by Mr. Glassman within his first 10 days in office was passed unanimously by the County Council on January 20, 2015.
Representing the council at the signing were (front row) Council President Richard C. Slutzky, (back row left to right) Councilman Patrick S. Vincenti (Dist. E), Councilman Curtis L. Beulah (Dist. F), Councilman James “Capt’n Jim” McMahan (Dist. C).
Not pictured: Councilman Mike Perrone Jr. (Dist. A), Councilman Joe Woods (Dist. B) and Councilman Chad Shrodes (Dist. D)