Posts Tagged ‘ sewage treatment ’

Gov. Hogan Lifts High-Tech Septic Regs, Saves Residents, Business $$$ in Most of Cecil County; ‘Critical Areas’ Near Bay, Rivers Still Under Rules

August 22, 2016

Governor Larry Hogan will rescind regulations that required installation of costly high-tech septic systems in most of Cecil County, and instead will only retain the requirements in the “critical areas,” close to the Chesapeake Bay and tidal rivers feeding the Bay. The action, which repeals a mandate created by former Governor Martin O’Malley, will...
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Cecil County “Holy Crap Moment”– Sewage Plant Upgrade Flushes Out Debate on Costs, Pay Now or Later?

April 17, 2013

It was the Scott Flanigan show at the Cecil County Council Tuesday morning, as the county’s Director of Public Works, with a supporting cast of staff and consultants and charts projected on the wall, waded through the muck of the county’s Seneca Point sewage treatment plant– and made a strong case for spending $29...
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Cecil County Faces $600 Million Tab for Bay Pollution Cleanup; New Flush Rules for Homeowners

November 1, 2011

Cecil County Commissioners got the preliminary bill Tuesday on how much it will cost to comply with state and federal mandates to limit pollution flowing to the Chesapeake Bay: nearly $600 million and counting. The cost per household is calculated at about $16,000, although individual property owners with septic systems could face higher costs...
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Bay Cleanup Plan Worries Cecil County; Towns-County Fight Looms

February 16, 2011

Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay cleanup plan submitted to federal authorities last December will have “a significant impact on everyone” and the burden of enforcement could be dumped on the counties, Cecil County Commissioner Robert Hodge (R-5) told fellow commissioners. Moreover, the program could pit the county against its incorporated towns as they vie for allowable...
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ALAN McCARTHY for COUNTY EXEC

*THANK YOU, CECIL COUNTY VOTERS!

* I am grateful for your support and I heard your voices on issues that concern you. I will work hard to create jobs, expand economic development, back our law enforcement officers in the fight against crime and drugs, and support strong schools..

*We will work together to make Cecil County "The Best It Can Be."

(Auth: Friends of Alan McCarthy, Roger Owens, Treas.)

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