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Cecil County COVID-19 Cases Rise to 3, Local ‘Emergency’ Declared; Gov. Hogan Closes “Non-essential Business,” Offers Small Biz Aid

March 23, 2020

Cecil County now has 3 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus, prompting County Executive Alan McCarthy to issue a “declaration of emergency” on Monday to accelerate county access to state emergency services and supplies programs. In addition, Gov. Larry Hogan ordered closure of all “non-essential businesses” while announcing several new programs to aid small...
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Cecil County Budget: Moore Boosts Exec Spending, Cuts County Council $ for Advisers; Employee Health Costs Explode

April 24, 2015

NEWS ANALYSIS Cecil County Executive Tari Moore’s new proposed budget would boost her own office’s spending by 3.2 percent while cutting the County Council’s current budget by 4.2 percent, especially in accounts that could enable the Council to hire independent advisers to review or challenge her policies. In addition, county employees have a “Cadillac”...
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Christiana Opens Emergency Medical Unit in Middletown, DE; New Health Option for Southern Cecil County

May 13, 2013

The renowned Christiana Care Health System’s hospital and trauma center in Delaware recently opened a satellite “Emergency Department” in Middletown that provides a new source of medical services to southern Cecil County, Maryland residents—but local ambulance transport in emergencies is still a while away. The new $34 million, 36,500 square foot emergency medical services...
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Cecil County Animal Control: Call 911, Hope for the Best

August 30, 2012

Cecil County faced a midnight deadline for the expiration of its animal control contract with the Cecil County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Inc. (CCSPCA), with animal services response turned over to the county’s 911 call center as of early Friday morning. County officials hustled to assemble an interim program in...
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Who’ll Let the Dogs Out? Days from Deadline, Cecil County Scrambles to Handle Animal Control

August 28, 2012

A Cecil Times Special Report Just days before a Friday deadline for Cecil County to assume responsibility for animal control, the county government is scrambling to cobble together a plan using wildlife trappers/pest removal contractors and a commercial boarding kennel, which is currently unlicensed, to handle emergency-only calls for help. What emerged from a...
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