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Judge Rules Smigiel Off the Hook to Pay Taxpayers’ $40K Legal Bill for his Lawsuit Against Cecil County

February 5, 2014

You know it’s going to be an interesting, or circuitous, argument when a legal or political document begins with an 1835 quotation from Alexis de Tocqueville, that astute observer of early America. A Circuit Court judge recently struck both legal and political notes in ruling that Del. Michael Smigiel (R-36) should not be required...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Elections, Michael Smigiel, Republican Central Committee, Uncategorized, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, county commissioner, politics | 8 Comments »

Cecil County Twilight Zone: Broomell Rants Over Court Settlement’s Reversal of Amigos 2011 Zoning Coup

June 5, 2013

To settle a lengthy and costly court case, Cecil County will reverse a 2011 decision by the old “Three Amigos” faction of the County Commissioners board to strip a Perryville property of its heavy industry zoning and downgrade it to the most restrictive agricultural designation. But Councilor Diana Broomell, who led the downzoning effort,...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Elkton, Robert Hodge, Uncategorized, campaign finance, cecil county, cecil county government, county commissioner, politics, real estate | 5 Comments »

State PSC Approves Sale of Most Cecil County Water, Sewer Plants to Private Artesian Firm

September 2, 2011

The Maryland Public Service Commission has approved the sale of most Cecil County water and sewage treatment plants to the private Artesian firm, rejecting arguments by the Appleton Regional Community Alliance (ARCA) that has battled against the sale for over three years. In an order dated 8/31/11, the PSC ruled that Artesian had “the...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Michael Smigiel, Republicans, Robert Hodge, Uncategorized, cecil county, cecil county government, county commissioner, politics, real estate | 4 Comments »

BULLETIN: PSC Approves Artesian Takeover of Cecil County Water, Sewer Plants; Rejects ARCA Claims

September 2, 2011

The Maryland Public Service Commission has issued an order approving the sale of most Cecil County water and sewage treatment plants to the private Artesian firm, rejecting arguments by the Appleton Regional Community Alliance (ARCA). In an order dated 8/31/11, the PSC ruled that Artesian had “the financial, technical, and managerial resources and qualifications...
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Cecil County Commissioners Hire Smigiel Legal Ally to Review Artesian Contract; No Cap on Fees

August 30, 2011

The Cecil County Commissioners voted, 3-2, Tuesday to hire a new lawyer, with close ties to Del. Michael Smigiel (R-36), to review the 2008 contract to sell county water and sewer plants to the private Artesian firm. The commissioners set no dollar limit on the fees the new lawyer can receive. The move was...
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