This page lists elected officials and representatives of the Edgewood community in Harford County, Maryland. Local representation through the Edgewood Community Council provides a direct venue for you to learn and discuss.
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Edgewood Community Advisory Board
Phone: 410-638-4109 x1824
Harford County Council Representative, District A
Edgewood, Joppatowne, Magnolia
Mike Perrone, Jr
Maryland State Representatives (website)
U.S. House of Representatives
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Other Contacts & Places of Interest
Harford County Public Schools
102 South Hickory Avenue
Bel Air, Maryland 21014
Phone: 410-838-7300 or 866-588-4963
Art Stuempfle, Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
The Edgewood Community Newsletter has a link to it on the website found at www.lordoflifeedgewood.org. Refer this site to your friends please.
The Dagger Press website covers news and happenings in Harford County. Many interesting stories and letters not found elsewhere are published. Check out www.daggerpress.com.
For more news about Edgewood, David Stansbury maintains a website for our community. There are many links to other sources of interesting information. On the Web at http://town.edgewood.md.us
The Greater Edgewood Education Foundation website includes information pertinent to our community. Check out http://www.myedgewoodmd.com and visit the home page of the Greater Edgewood Education Foundation at www.geefinc.com for more information.
The Harford County Public Schools website is located at www.hcps.org. The website enables you to reach the homepage of each of our schools as well as to find information on the special programs at Edgewood schools.