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Cecil County Council OKs Hornberger Budget, I95 Toll Study Dropped; Library, Pension Cuts Accepted– Soda, Anyone?

June 3, 2021

NEWS ANALYSIS Call it the once-a-month soda budget: you’ll be able to treat yourself to an occasional large Coke at the drive-through under the slightly over a penny cut in property tax rates set in the new Fiscal 2022 budget proposed by County Executive Danielle Hornberger and approved by the Cecil County Council Tuesday...
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Smoke and Snooker, Promises and Placeholders: Will the Real Cecil County Budget Please Stand Up?

May 19, 2021

NEWS ANALYSIS Cecil County Executive Danielle Hornberger’s proposed Fiscal 2022 budget, which will go before local residents at a public hearing on Thursday (5/20/2021), has become an ever changing list of promises and wishes—and a challenge to the County Council to figure out what is real or imagined. In addition, budget worksessions before the...
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BULLETIN: Cecil County Council Adopts Intact McCarthy Budget, Rejects Gregory Hits on Emergency Services, Library

May 19, 2020

BULLETIN The Cecil County Council Tuesday night adopted the Fiscal 2021 budget proposed by County Executive Alan McCarthy after a lengthy afternoon worksession at which Council members rejected multiple spending cuts proposed by Councilor Jackie Gregory (R-5), including payments for first responders’ and correctional officers’ overtime work. The one cut in the operating budget...
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Cecil County Schools Get Windfall from State Kirwan Aid, Boosting Budget Over Demands for County $; Library Touts Citizen Support

April 10, 2019

Cecil County Public Schools (CCPS) will get about a $4.8 million windfall from new state aid, designed to be a “downpayment” on new educational improvement initiatives recommended by the state Kirwan Commission, in its new Fiscal 2020 budget—undercutting school advocates’ claims that students would suffer because the County Executive did not give schools everything...
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