County Executive Cassilly Signs Warehouse Moratorium into Law Following County Council Passage


Harford County Executive Bob Cassilly signed into law his moratorium on new warehouses in Harford County after its passage by the County Council last night by a vote of 6-1. The proposal, as amended, will provide a three month pause on new warehouses with the possibility of extending it for another three months while the County drafts legislation to update the County code.

“I am pleased the County Council has approved my moratorium on mega-warehouses, which will provide a necessary pause as we update our zoning code to properly account for the many unique impacts of these facilities,” County Executive Cassilly said. “I thank Council President Vincenti and Councilmembers Dion Guthrie, Tony Giangiordano, Jim Reilly, Jessica Boyle-Tsottles, and Jacob Bennett for their support and I look forward to working with the Council as we prepare legislation to bring our zoning code up to date.”

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