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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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Posted in Business, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Elections, Elkton, Michael Smigiel, Robert Hodge, Uncategorized, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, politics | 1 Comment »

Cecil County Exec Moore Unveils Budget with Tax Freeze, Sheriff Staff Boost, Increase for Schools; Budget Magic Relies on $4 Million Hit on Reserve Fund

March 3, 2013

Cecil County Executive Tari Moore unveiled the first budget under Charter government, freezing the property tax rate, approving the hiring of 5 new Sheriff’s deputies and providing a slight boost over current aid levels for the county’s public schools. The budget will be presented to the County Council on Tuesday 3/5/12. There were smiles...
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Posted in Barry Janney, Business, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Elections, Elkton, Robert Hodge, Sheriff's Department, Uncategorized, cecil county, cecil county government, chesapeake city, county commissioner, education, politics, real estate | No Comments »

Cecil County Sheriff Janney Seeks 5 New Deputies in Budget; Moore Decision Due Friday

February 27, 2013

Cecil County Sheriff Barry Janney is seeking budget approval to add five new deputies to the force and upgrade computer software to track evidence and DNA samples, according to documents submitted to County Executive Tari Moore. Law enforcement operating expenses are projected to rise by over $306,000 from current levels while expenses at the...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Chris Sutton, Elections, Robert Skip DeWitt, Sheriff's Department, Uncategorized, cecil county, cecil county government, county commissioner, politics, women | 5 Comments »

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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Posted in Business, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, E.J. Pipkin, Elections, Elkton, Michael Smigiel, Republican Central Committee, Republicans, Robert Hodge, Uncategorized, cecil county, cecil county government, county commissioner, politics | 3 Comments »

Cecil County Tech School: Schools Chief, Treasurer Feehley, Clash on Basell Property

October 1, 2012

News/News Analysis The proposed establishment of a new vocational/technical education school on the reduced-price Basell property has been embraced by much of the county’s educational and business leadership, but scorned by the Three Amigos majority of the County Commissioners. Now the county’s Treasurer, Bill Feehley, has weighed in against the plan, at the request...
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