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Cecil County Budget: Commissioners Spread Pain/ Cecil Times Special Report

April 28, 2011

The Cecil County Commissioners have drafted a Fiscal 2012 budget that would cut county public schools by $1.2 million, slash 4 percent off the county libraries’ budget, slice 3 percent from Cecil College funds, and force the county Sheriff’s office to absorb over $700,000 in lost state aid for work-release prisoners at the jail....
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Earleville Stream Project Could Cost Cecil County: A Cecil Times Special Report

April 20, 2011

An environmental group has asked the Cecil County Commissioners to assume ownership of a 72 acre pond and land on Mill Lane in Earleville as part of a long-stalled environmental project. But a Cecil Times review found the county could be on the hook for as yet unknown costs and a state grant that...
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Cecil County Budget Panel: Layoffs ‘Last Resort;’ Review Public Safety

April 19, 2011

A citizens’ budget advisory panel told the Cecil County Commissioners Tuesday that employee layoffs or furloughs should only be a “last resort,” public schools should be funded at a compromise level and rising public safety spending needs “further scrutiny.” It took weeks of political wrangling by the Cecil County Commissioners to name the five-member...
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Cecil County Farm Museum to Abandon County-Owned Site; Wetlands Problems Cited

April 12, 2011

Organizers of the long-stalled Cecil County Farm Museum, proposed a decade ago for a Cherry Hill-area site, have told county officials they will give up their lease on the county-owned land and look for another location. That action will leave the county holding an 84-acre property with access and wetlands problems that is now...
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