County Executive's Goals Include Field Upgrade

Aberdeen High School could see a new field next season under County Executive David Craig's plan—which he outlined Tuesday.

Aberdeen High School will have a new playing surface at its football stadium if County Executive David Craig has his way.

Craig, in outlining his goals for his final two years in office, listed Aberdeen as one of four schools he'd like to outfit with a new field. 

Aside from Aberdeen, Craig listed Joppatowne, Patterson Mill and Fallston as schools in need of new fields.

» See the slideshow Craig presented during his address Tuesday.

Those fields would be retrofitted with turf over the next four years in the following order, per Craig's proposal:

  • Aberdeen in 2013
  • Joppatowne in 2014
  • Fallston in 2015
  • Patterson Mill in 2016

With those fields outfitted with turf, all of Harford County's high school football stadiums would feature a synthetic playing surface.

Aberdeen received a new scoreboard for its stadium earlier this year.

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