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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 »

Campaign 2014 Takes to the Towns in Cecil County Council Race

January 6, 2014

Cecil County Councilor Joyce Bowlsbey (R-2) launched her election campaign on Monday, touring the county’s towns to hear first-hand the concerns of the municipalities and pledging to give local communities a voice in Elkton. Bowlsbey, who was appointed to her Council seat last year by County Executive Tari Moore, will be standing for election...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Times, Cecilton, Democrats, Elections, Elkton, Michael Smigiel, Republican Central Committee, Republicans, Uncategorized, campaign finance, cecil county government, chesapeake city, politics, women | 6 Comments »

Cecil County Council: Sewer Solstice, Deja vu Do-overs; DPW Chief, Broomell Encore Past Debate

July 31, 2013

Elsewhere it might be close to the summer solstice, but in Elkton, it was the Cecil County Council’s sewer solstice– as members danced around the fiscal and political bonfires of boosting sewer fees to reflect actual costs of services and future economic development implications of decisions made now. If you thought such decisions had...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Elections, Robert Hodge, Uncategorized, cecil county, cecil county government, politics, real estate | 6 Comments »

Cecil County Council OKs Budget, Last Minute Cuts to Cops, Schools, Libraries. Property Tax Rate Frozen

May 22, 2013

The Cecil County Council approved the first-ever county budget under the new Charter government late Tuesday night, after last-minute cuts of $689,000 primarily targeting law enforcement, public schools and libraries. The Council adopted an operating budget for Fiscal 2014, which begins on 7/1/13, providing $173,532,772 to support county government and services. As part of...
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Posted in Business, Cecil Government, Cecil Times, Elkton, Republicans, Robert Hodge, Uncategorized, cecil county, cecil county government, county commissioner, education, politics | 17 Comments »

Cecil County Council Backs Most of County Exec’s Budget; Rejects Cuts to Cops, Schools, EMS– But Some Sewer Fees Uncertain

May 17, 2013

The Cecil County Council voted late Thursday afternoon to support most of County Executive Tari Moore’s Fiscal 2014 budget proposal, repeatedly rejecting proposals by Councilors Diana Broomell (R-4) and Michael Dunn to (R-3) to slash money for county public schools, public safety and infrastructure projects. The votes showed the intentions of the majority of...
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