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Cecil County Ethics Panel Cites Animal Oversight Chair in 4-1 Vote; Dissenter Questions Mind-Readers; Yelton Protests to Council, Exec

July 9, 2015

A CECIL TIMES SPECIAL REPORT The former chair of Cecil County’s troubled animal control oversight panel has been found subject to “reprimand” by four members of the county’s Ethics Commission—but it’s a moot point because the chair, Lyn Yelton, already resigned several months ago. A dissenting opinion challenged that conclusion and said other members...
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Cecil County Exec Offers Limits on Power to Remove Appointees; Ethics Panel Seeks More Rules after Ouster of a Member

June 17, 2013

Cecil County Executive Tari Moore has drafted proposals to restrict her own power, granted by the county Charter, to remove appointees to county boards and commissions, according to proposals discussed at a meeting of the county’s Ethics Commission in Elkton late Monday afternoon. A member of the ethics panel, Walter Rozanski, was removed by...
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Rozanski Ousted from Cecil County Ethics Panel; Broomell Ally and Donor was Critic of Moore, Hodge

June 4, 2013

Walter Rozanski has been removed from the Cecil County Ethics Commission, after his vocal criticism of several county elected officials, expressed on social media and emails, raised questions about his ability to be impartial in considering cases or rendering decisions on complaints. Rozanski had been appointed to the ethics panel with support from Councilor...
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Several Shades of Charter: Cecil County Commish Fade Out, Exec-elect Moore Weighs In–Sort of

November 20, 2012

News Analysis It was the virtual swan song of the Cecil County Commissioners Tuesday, at their last full-scale business meeting before the transition to Charter government that begins on 12/3/12, but there were also several shades of the Charter ahead—including a proposal for a highly-compensated Council “manager” and complaints by some members of the...
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Cecil County Commish Name Two Ethics Panel Members with ‘Secret’ Resumes; Panel Supports Broomell Revisions to Ethics Code

July 19, 2012

SHH—don’t tell anyone. The Cecil County Commissioners named two new members to the county’s Ethics Commission on Tuesday, but their applications seeking appointment, listing their resumes and why they wanted the post, are a secret. For months, the commish have been having closed door meetings to discuss various appointments to boards and commissions, which...
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