- Associated Press - Tuesday, February 3, 2015

HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) - Washington County elected officials are offering a report on the county’s progress in 2014 and their plans for the coming year.

The five county commissioners are making two presentations Tuesday - one to the Chamber of Commerce in the morning, and another to the general public in the evening.

Officials say the highlights include an update on road construction meant to foster development east of Hagerstown. They’ll also report on plans for a new senior center opening this year in the city.

The all-Republican board elected in November includes three incumbents and one member who previously served three terms. The only newcomer is former state Delegate LeRoy Myers. He has pushed for more transparency in county spending and hiring decisions.

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