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Cecil County Says Farewell to Former Commissioners President and Educator Nelson Bolender, with Tears and Laughter

February 19, 2013

There were tears and laughter—much, much laughter—as Cecil County residents gathered on Tuesday to say farewell to Nelson Bolender and celebrate the life and legacy of the county’s premiere educator and government leader. Bolender, the former principal of North East and Elkton high schools and the two-term president of the Cecil County Board of...
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Mr. Cecil County: RIP, Nelson Bolender– An Appreciation

February 17, 2013

AN APPRECIATION Nelson Bolender was a forgiving man. From misbehaving teenagers who ran afoul of the principal of Elkton High to critics or foes in Cecil County politics, Nelson Bolender practiced the often lost art of being able to disagree without being disagreeable. He took some bold and at times controversial steps during his...
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Cecil County Council’s New Math: 2 plus 1= Action; 3 minus 1= Gripes and Snipes

January 16, 2013

It was the new math on the Cecil County Council: Two members plus one new appointee equaled three majority votes to make many stalled decisions. But Two Amigos– after losing one of their past allies– had a hard time accepting the new calculus Tuesday and resorted to some of the most vicious, personal attacks...
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Posted in Business, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, county commissioner, Democrats, E.J. Pipkin, Elections, Elkton, Michael Smigiel, politics, real estate, Republican Central Committee, Republicans, Robert Hodge, Uncategorized | 4 Comments »

Still No Cecil County Council Appointee; Moore Delays Action, Seeks Defense Lawyer

January 8, 2013

The new Cecil County Council continued its 2-2 stalemate Tuesday as Cecil County Executive Tari Moore held off on appointing a successor to her old District 2 seat and asked for approval of a special legal counsel to represent the county in possible court challenges to her appointment. The County Council, in its first...
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Cecil County Transition: County Council Deadlocks, but Exec Picks New Finance Chief

December 5, 2012

Cecil County’s transition to Charter government got off to a mixed start, with the new County Council in a 2-2- standoff on even basic matters while County Executive Tari Moore moved ahead with assembling her top staff. Multiple sources said Wednesday that Moore had selected Winston Robinson, a Democratic candidate for county executive who...
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