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Council Work Session

March 27, 2018

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County Council Work Session - March 27, 2018



County Council of Cecil County

County Administration Building

200 Chesapeake Blvd, Elkton

Elk Room - First Floor


Work Session Meeting Agenda


9 a.m.

Audio posted after the meeting

1. Approval of Minutes
          October 24, 2017


  2. Calendar Year 2017 Overdose Fatalities/Non-fatalities and Calendar Year
2018 Overdose Fatalities/Non-fatalities to Date - Ray Lynn, Cecil County
Sheriff's Office Heroin Coordinator

3. Drug Free Communities Coalition Update - Ken Collins, Addictions  
    Divisions Director, Cecil County Health Department

4. North Bay Student Videos - Sean Cannon, Director of Student Services,
    Cecil County Public Schools, and Students
  5. Vivitrol (Naltrexone) Program at Cecil County Detention Center Update -
    Scott Adams, Cecil County Sheriff
  6. Overdose Survivor Outreach Program - Ken Collins
  7. Brief Overview of Cecil County Opioid Intervention Team (OIT) Activities
    to Date and FY19 OIT Funding Process - Richard Brooks, Chief, Cecil
    County Department of Emergency Services, Stephanie Garrity, Cecil
    County Health Officer, and Ken Collins 
10:00 a.m.

  1. Approval of Minutes
          March 20, 2018 Work Session
  2. State Legislative Update
  3. Council Manager Report
  4. Council Member Items

Next Council Work Session meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 3, 2018 at 9 a.m. in the Elk Room of the County Administration Bldg, 200 Chesapeake Blvd, Elkton, MD 21921

Disclosure: The Work Session meeting of the County Council will be audio recorded and made available on this website. Persons needing accommodation may contact the Council Office at 410-996-5201 (MD Relay 711), or email: This document is available in alternate format.

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