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Chris Loller Resigns from Cecil County School Board

July 12, 2011

R. Christopher Loller, a member of the Cecil County Board of Education from the southern end of the county, has resigned his seat on the elected board. Gov. Martin O’Malley will appoint his replacement. Loller tendered his resignation letter Monday night, citing his decision to re-locate out of the county closer to his employment...
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Erika Quesenberry, ex Cecil Co. Aide and Port Administrator, Gets Havre de Grace Job Commissh Broomell Lost

July 10, 2011

Erika Quesenberry, a former Cecil County economic development official and town administrator for Port Deposit, was appointed Saturday as manager of the Havre de Grace “Main Street” economic and business development program in Harford County. She replaces Cecil County Commissioner Diana Broomell (R-4), who was forced out of the job several months ago. Posting...
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Dogs, Cats & Zebras, Oh My: Cecil County Commissioners Weigh Animal Law and Agendas

July 8, 2011

A Cecil Times Special Report Cecil County Commissioners this week reviewed revisions to the county’s animal law proposed by a small remnant of a two-year old task force that has all but disbanded. A Cecil Times review of documents shows that an unappointed activist given a seat at the bargaining table Tuesday is a...
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Veteran Vet Returns from War Zone to Cecil County SPCA

July 4, 2011
Veteran Vet Returns from War Zone to Cecil County SPCA

It’s a long way from Cecil County to Afghanistan, from treating dogs and horses here to dodging rocket attacks to work with Special Forces teams in remote villages. But Dr. Gregory McDermott, a veterinarian and a Major in the US Army Reserves, has done it all in the past year or so. “I traveled...
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Debt Ceiling Fight Worries Rep. Andy Harris’ Constituents

June 30, 2011

Rep. Andy Harris (R-1) has been using teleconferences to talk with constituents in the far-flung district, in what have often been love fests with like-minded voters. But his Wednesday 6/29/11 telechat prompted some sharp questioning from several constituents worried about the current political battle over raising the ceiling on the national debt. Harris joined...
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Cecil County Dumps Artesian Operations Deal–While Still Waiting for Water, Sewer Plants Sale to Close

June 28, 2011

The Cecil County Commissioners voted Tuesday to terminate a contract with Artesian to operate several county-owned water and sewer plants to save money while both sides await completion of a long-stalled sale of the county plants to the private Artesian operation. But a county official warned that there could still be foot-dragging that could...
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Cecil County Commissioners Name Carrie Taylor, Smipkin Ally, to Paid Seat on Liquor Board

June 22, 2011

A majority of the Cecil County Commissioners agreed Tuesday to appoint Carrie L. Taylor– a member of the county’s Republican Central Committee, head of the local GOP Women’s Club and a key ally of the Smigiel-Pipkin political machine—to a seat on the county’s liquor board, a post that will pay her $2,500 a year....
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Court of Appeals Rules Cecil County Can Sell Water/Sewer Plants to Artesian; Court Orders ARCA to Pay Some County Legal Fees

June 21, 2011

The state’s highest court ruled Tuesday that the Cecil County Commissioners had the legal right to sell water and sewage treatment plants to the private Artesian firm, ending a nearly three year legal battle that cost county taxpayers over $203,000 in legal expenses and up to $1 million in total costs. The protracted legal...
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ARCA Lawsuits Cost County, Citizens Up to $1Million and Counting on Artesian Sale

June 14, 2011

An anti-growth community group has cost Cecil County government and local residents up to $1 million, and counting, in the past two years with a dragged-out lawsuit challenging the county’s sale of several water and wastewater plants to the private Artesian water company. And now the county is faced with a choice on how...
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Five Nominees for Cecil County Circuit Court Sent to Governor

June 8, 2011

A judicial selection panel has recommended five candidates to Governor Martin O’Malley for potential appointment to a vacant Cecil County Circuit Court judgeship, according to the Maryland Administrative Office of the Courts. One previous candidate withdrew and another did not receive the panel’s recommendation. Initially, there was a field of seven candidates for the...
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State “Plan Maryland” Mandate Could Halt Cecil County Growth

June 7, 2011

A new state “Plan Maryland” mandate could halt growth and business development in Cecil County, even in areas designated as a “growth corridor” under the 2010 county comprehensive plan, Cecil County Commissioners were told Tuesday. The new state mandate, proposed in late April and awaiting a signature later in the year by Governor Martin...
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Cecil County Commissioners Name Owen Thorne–Litigant Against County– to Planning Board

June 7, 2011

A divided Cecil County Board of Commissioners Tuesday appointed Owen Thorne, a failed candidate for county commissioner and a vocal opponent of development and infrastructure proposals in the northern county—to the county Planning Commission. The 3-2 decision followed the increasingly usual pattern of Commissioners James Mullin (R-1), Diana Broomell (R-4) and Michael Dunn (R-3)...
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Cecil County, Perryville Net $4 Million So Far from Casino

June 6, 2011

The Hollywood Casino in Perryville continues to generate significant revenues for Cecil County and the Town of Perryville, including over $528,000 in local “impact aid” in May, 2011. In May, the Hollywood Casino in Perryville generated $9.6 million in overall revenues. Of that amount, the “local impact aid” share of revenues amounts to $528,354,...
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Cecil County Commissioners Adopt Budget, 3-2; Moore Blasts Political “BS”–Mullin Says GOP Should Fight in Private

May 24, 2011

The Cecil County Commissioners adopted the Fiscal 2012 budget Tuesday on a 3-2 vote, with lots of drama and accusations of “political BS.” The all-Republican board showed divisions as Commissioner Tari Moore (R-2) blasted Board President James Mullin (R-1) and a burgeoning board majority he controls. She glared at Mullin and declared that she...
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Cecil County Farm Plan Could Put County On a $414K Hook

May 24, 2011

Cecil County could be on the hook for $414,500 if state rural land preservation funds don’t come through next year for a farmland easement deal backed by three county commissioners. At the least, the county would be fronting $620,000 for the Cecil Land Trust now to buy an easement on the Jacob and Virginia...
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*Perryville Dental Clinic

*West Cecil Health Clinic

*Boys & Girls Club Funds

*Fair Hill 4H Building

And More to Come
(Auth: Citizens for David Rudolph, Linda S. Read, Treasurer)

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