Harnett County Manager's Office to host information sessions in July

By Staff Report, posted 1 month ago

The Harnett County Manager’s Office will host information sessions on Thursday, July 14 for citizens to learn more about Harnett County’s government departments, services, and initiatives. 

Those interested in the event can attend either in-person or virtually. Virtual Zoom sessions will begin at noon. and in-person will begin at 6 p.m. at the Harnett County Resource Center and Library.

No registration is required for in-person sessions. Those wanting to attend virtually can register here.

County Manager Brent Trout will be presenting and discussing the following topics:

  • Fiscal Year 2023 County Budget
  • 2023 Strategic Plan 
  • Broadband 
  • Economic development 
  • County growth 
  • Parks and recreation 
  • Various other County initiatives 

At the conclusion of the event, if time permits, attendees can ask questions. 

For more information on the information sessions, contact Harnett County Public Information at 910-814-6001.

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