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Cecil County Exec Moore Proposes New Budget to Freeze Property Tax Rates Again, Boost Schools Aid and Target Drug Abuse Programs

March 3, 2014

Cecil County Executive Tari Moore proposed a new Fiscal 2015 budget that would freeze property tax rates, add one new Sheriff’s deputy to the force and boost public schools spending by 3.5 percent, including a rising share of teacher pension costs dumped on the county by the state. For the second consecutive year, Moore...
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Posted in Cecil Government, Elkton, Health, Sheriff's Department, State's Attorney, Uncategorized, cecil county, cecil county government, education, real estate | 8 Comments »

Cecil County Council: Good News, No News and the Bad News Bears

September 25, 2013

The Cecil County Council had some good news from the county library, no news from the county’s finance director and some Bad News Bears– growling about how to deal with misbehaving councilors– at a Tuesday worksession in Elkton. First the good news: the Cecil County public library has produced a video highlighting the “beauty”...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Chatter, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Democrats, Elections, Elkton, Republicans, Robert Hodge, Uncategorized, cecil county, cecil county government, county commissioner, education, politics, real estate | 16 Comments »

Cecil County Commish Will Not Cut per Pupil School Funds, but Protest State Pension Cost Shift to County

February 28, 2012

Cecil County Commissioners will provide at least the same level of per pupil schools spending in the upcoming county budget as provided this year, Commissioner Diana Broomell (R-4) said Tuesday, even if the state passes on some of the costs of teacher pensions to the county. During last year’s budget deliberations, Broomell advocated “keeping...
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*While there was more I wished to do, I now look forward to spending more time with my family

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