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Tome Files for Cecil Co Exec, Assuring November Face-Off with GOP; School Board Seats Contested

February 4, 2016

Wayne Tome, Sr., a former Cecil County Commissioner, veteran firefighter and president of the county’s volunteer fire company association, filed on Wednesday as a candidate for County Executive. Tome was the only Democrat to file for any county office in this year’s election, and his entry assures voters they will have a choice of...
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Cecil County Loses 192 Jobs; Outgunned by PG County, with State Aid, to Save 700 Jobs There

February 3, 2016

NEWS ANALYSIS Cecil County will lose 192 jobs in March at the C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc. distribution center in North East, catching local officials off-guard, while Prince George’s County fought aggressively and obtained state aid to save over 700 jobs with the same business that were facing elimination there. In essence, Cecil workers were...
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Cecil County Exec Options Two Kennels, $400K each, for County Owned Animal Shelters; Council Balks at Boosts for Buddies Extended Animal Control Contract

January 17, 2016

A CECIL TIMES SPECIAL REPORT Cecil County Executive Tari Moore has signed options to buy two animal kennels—one a small private facility in a residential area in North East and also the much larger Cecil County SPCA shelter in Chesapeake City—at $400,000 each, but has not decided which site, or both, to buy at...
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Cecil Co Exec to Give Buddies More $ Despite Council Budget Cuts, No Spending Audit; Option to Extend Kennel Lease Through 2017

January 10, 2016

A CECIL TIMES SPECIAL REPORT Cecil County Executive Tari Moore’s proposal to give an extra $24,000 to her preferred animal control contractor, A Buddy for Life, Inc., for a six-month extended contract actually gives the group a net fiscal gain over their past pact and removes requirements for an independent audit of how taxpayer...
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Cecil County Has Record Drug OD Deaths But Health Officials Say Don’t Know Numbers; Sheriff Has Stats on Getting Inmates off Drugs

December 15, 2015

Cecil County health officials told the County Council on Tuesday they don’t know how many drug overdose deaths there were in the county last year and don’t know how many heroin addicts there are locally—but state statistics show the county is second only to Baltimore City in drug deaths. In contrast, county Sheriff Scott...
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