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State Port Sees Up to 7 Years Before Cecil County Dump Victims Get Safe Water; But State Wants to Re-Open Earleville Dump Next Year

January 23, 2014

The Maryland Port Administration (MPA) and the US Army Corps of Engineers foresee a timeline of four to seven years before several hundred Earleville homes whose wells have been polluted by a shipping channel dredge spoil dumpsite finally get clean, safe water piped in from the town of Cecilton, according to documents presented at...
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State Port Agency Offers $ to Extend Cecilton Town Water to Earleville Homes Contaminated by Army Dump; But Price of Clean Water is Letting Dump Re-Open

December 4, 2013

The Maryland Port Administration, anxious to resume dumping of shipping channel dredge spoils at an Earleville site that has contaminated nearby residential water wells, has told county officials and local residents it is willing to pay for extending a waterline from the town of Cecilton. But there is a big catch: the money, and...
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Baltimore Port Hosts PR Tour to Press Cecil County for Renewed Dumping in Earleville; Cheap Ideas for Polluted Water Wells?

June 19, 2013

BALTIMORE—The Maryland Port Administration pulled out the big cranes, the big cargo ships, a modest motorboat for a putt-putt water tour and a great big goose-egg zero on a chart Tuesday to try to convince Cecil County officials of the need to resume dumping shipping channel dredge spoils at the Pearce Creek dumpsite in...
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US Army Corps, State Bring Tent Show to Earleville Dump; Residents Question “Scare Tactics,” Costs

May 19, 2013

A Cecil Times Special Report The US Army Corps of Engineers and state officials hosted a tented open house at the Corps dumpsite in Earleville Saturday to answer residents’ questions and show plans for cleaning up the dump that a federal study concluded had polluted local drinking water wells. But some residents questioned the...
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Cecil County Council Questions Army Corps’ Plans for Polluted Earleville Wells, New Dumping

March 19, 2013

A majority of the Cecil County Council Tuesday questioned the handling of pollution of Earleville residents’ water wells by a US Army Corps of Engineers dumpsite, with Councilor Joyce Bowlsbey (R-2) saying that local residents were “victims” of the Corps and state officials appeared to be “hellbent” on resuming dredge spoil dumping in the...
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