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Deadline Tonight to Register, Change Party Affiliation for June 24 Primary Elections; Unaffiliated Voters Will Have No Voice in Several Key Local Races

June 3, 2014

Cecil County residents have until 9 p.m. tonight (Tuesday, 6/3/14) to register to vote or change their political party affiliation to be able to cast ballots in the Democratic or Republican primary election on June 24. People who have previously registered as “unaffiliated,” or not aligning with any political party, will be unable to...
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Feds to Seek State Permit this Month for Earleville Dump; Water Pipeline to Replace Local Polluted Wells Still Years Away

June 2, 2014

The US Army Corps of Engineers plans to formally apply for a state environmental permit later this month to allow resumed dumping of shipping channel dredge spoils at an Earleville dumpsite, with a “conditional” permit expected to be issued by October, state and federal officials said Saturday. The permit is expected to be contingent...
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Cecil County Sheriff Campaign: Adams Tops New Fundraising Report, Sutton Has Unpaid Bills; Slater Relies on One Chief Donor

May 29, 2014

As the Cecil County Sheriff’s race enters the home stretch before the June 24 primary elections, the Republican primary’s leading contenders are neck and neck in campaign finances. But the Scott Adams campaign has generated a strong wave of new contributions while three-time candidate Chris Sutton drew fewer new donations and had over $7,000...
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Cecil County Budget: Council Adopts Exec’s Budget with Few Changes, Property Tax Freeze– as Some Candidates Make Hay

May 22, 2014

NEWS ANALYSIS It was hardly a surprise when the Cecil County Council adopted, by a 3-2 majority vote Tuesday evening, a minimally revised version of County Executive Tari Moore’s proposed Fiscal 2015 budget. The key decisions had all been thrashed out at a worksession last week and another session Tuesday morning. But before the...
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Cecil County Health Dept. Drops Some Key Beach Testing, Pollution Monitoring in Cost-Cutting Move

May 16, 2014

The Cecil County Health Department has decided to drop summer monitoring of pollution and potential health risks at six local beaches—including a southern county beach adjacent to a dredge spoil dumpsite found to have polluted area groundwater. The county Health Department is technically a state agency but a significant part of its budget comes...
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Cecil County Budget: Council Backs Most of County Exec Budget, Majority Supports Calvert Park; County Bond Rating Upgraded

May 14, 2014

The Cecil County Council indicated informal support for most of County Executive Tari Moore’s proposed Fiscal 2015 budget during a Tuesday afternoon worksession, supporting county schools and library spending and rejecting a bid by Council President Robert Hodge (R-5) to scale back spending on a new regional park. But the Council did agree to...
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Cecil County Chatter: Lights, Camera, Campaign; New Pet Rescue Trailer; Vino Veritas

May 8, 2014

Lights, Camera, Campaign: Broomell Mouths Off, Again When last we visited the election-year drama of Councilor Diana Broomell (R-4), she had toned down her act, under the watchful eye of a county Sheriff’s deputy summoned to a County Council worksession to keep the peace after she previously told another lawmaker to “shut up.” But,...
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Cecil County Budget: Citizens’ Panel Proposes Cuts, $ Freeze in Schools, Public Safety; Warns Against Raiding Reserve Funds

May 6, 2014

A citizen’s budget advisory panel told the Cecil County Council on Tuesday that it should slash county public schools spending to the bare bones level required by state law, ban overtime pay for guards at the county jail, and freeze almost all hiring. But the panel also cautioned that the county executive’s new budget...
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Buddies’ Cat Pal Attacks Animal Control Panel Chair; Maps of Feral Cat Colonies in Cecil County Proposed, as Carletti Protests

May 1, 2014

Cecil County should know the locations of feral (wild) cat colonies harbored by local cat “rescue” groups as a matter of public and animal health concerns, the chair of an animal oversight panel has suggested. But a cat activist member of the oversight panel– who is aligned with the Buddy for Life group that...
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Cecil County Budget: Current Budget Year on Fiscal Track Despite Drop in Income Tax Revenue; Water/Sewer Funds Still Lag Behind Costs

April 24, 2014

As the Cecil County Council begins deliberations on the county’s budget for the upcoming fiscal year, county finance officials told the Council that despite the still lagging economy the county’s general budget funds are expected to end the current fiscal year just $25,000 off target. But the county’s so-called “enterprise funds”—such as water and...
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Cecil County Campaign $: Patchell, Schneckenburger Raise Quick $ for Council Races; Willick Gives $ to ‘Consultant’ Patterson; Dunn Replaces Campaign Aide Facing State Prosecutor Probe

April 21, 2014

New reports to the state Board of Elections by recently-filed candidates for Cecil County offices show that two County Council candidates have quickly assembled substantial campaign warchests while a minimally-financed incumbent Councilor has removed his campaign treasurer, who is barred under state election rules from service due to her involvement with a PAC that...
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Cecil County Sheriff Election: ‘Team’ Focus in GOP Primary– Chris Sutton Pushes ‘Top Tier Targets’ in War on Drugs

April 15, 2014

A Cecil Times Special Report In the 2014 elections for Cecil County Sheriff—always one of the most hotly contested races in local politics—there is a new watchword among the leading candidates in the June Republican primary: “team.” While past election campaigns have focused on the individual candidate for Sheriff, this year the focus is...
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Cecil County Sheriff Election: ‘Team’ Focus in GOP Primary– Scott Adams Promotes ‘Partnerships’ to Solve Drug Crisis

April 13, 2014

A Cecil Times Special Report In the 2014 elections for Cecil County Sheriff—always one of the most hotly contested races in local politics—there is a new watchword among the leading candidates in the June Republican primary: “team.” While past election campaigns have focused on the individual candidate for Sheriff, this year the focus is...
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General Assembly OKs Salary Boosts for Cecil County Sheriff, Orphans Court Judges

April 8, 2014

The Maryland General Assembly has passed legislation boosting future salaries for the Cecil County Sheriff and the three judges on the county’s Orphans Court, but the sheriff will still be paid less than law enforcement heads in many other smaller counties with less crime and fewer responsibilities. The legislation, SB936, was sponsored by Cecil...
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Cecil County Council Ponders Susquehanna River Sediment, “Co-ordination” as Tool to Challenge State, Federal Mandates

April 1, 2014

Ah, it was all sweetness and light, cheerful cooperation and goodwill at the Cecil County Council’s worksession on Tuesday—gotcha, on April Fool’s Day. After yet another battle royale over approval of the Council’s past meeting minutes, the panel got down to some interesting information on how the county might use provisions of federal law...
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OUR CECIL COUNTY DELEGATE DELIVERED (Part 2)

*Family Services Center funds

*Charlestown fireboat pier

*North East Shoreline project

*Fair Hill Geothermal Project

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

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