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BULLETIN: Cecil County Council Votes to Endorse Most of County Exec’s Budget; Majority Rejects Cuts to Cops, Schools, EMS

May 16, 2013

The Cecil County Council voted late Thursday afternoon in Elkton to support most of County Executive Tari Moore’s Fiscal 2014 budget proposal, repeatedly rejecting proposals by Councilors Diana Broomell (R-4) and Michael Dunn to (R-3) to slash money for county public schools, public safety and public works projects. The votes showed the intentions of...
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Cecil County Budget: Advisors Seek Cuts in Cops, Schools, Seneca Point; Cecilton Mayor Backs Sheriff Request for Five Deputies

May 10, 2013

A citizens’ budget advisory panel, which spent just a few weeks listening to presentations on the county’s needs and the County Executive’s proposed budget, on Tuesday suggested a budget slashing agenda with major cuts in county schools, public safety and infrastructure programs. The recommendations by the group– which included multiple members with anti-government spending...
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Cecil County “Holy Crap Moment”– Sewage Plant Upgrade Flushes Out Debate on Costs, Pay Now or Later?

April 17, 2013

It was the Scott Flanigan show at the Cecil County Council Tuesday morning, as the county’s Director of Public Works, with a supporting cast of staff and consultants and charts projected on the wall, waded through the muck of the county’s Seneca Point sewage treatment plant– and made a strong case for spending $29...
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Cecil County Budget: Council Weighs $91K Auditor Job, Budget Review Process

March 28, 2013

NEWS ANALYSIS Never say never in Cecil County government and politics. But sometimes it’s politically wise to say “maybe.” After months of resistance by colleagues to a demand by County Commissioner/Councilor Diana Broomell (R-4) to hire a County Council “auditor” to investigate spending and operations of the new County Executive, suddenly the position surfaced...
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Big Decisions Loom but Cecil County Council Still Stuck in Rules– Votes for Bathroom Breaks?

March 5, 2013

NEWS ANALYSIS What a difference a few months make. The Wild West, rhetorical free-for-all of the old Cecil County Board of Commissioners, and the chaotic early days of the new County Council, is morphing into a highly structured panel that is still finding its way among the fine points of its role under Charter...
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OUR CECIL COUNTY DELEGATE DELIVERED (Part 3)

Supporting Our First Responders

*Secured Mobile Command Unit Bus

*Helped obtain land for Perryville Fire Station 16

*Fought for traffic signal devices to aid emergency vehicles

*Hosted security/safety workshop on crude oil transports

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

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