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  • County Council Enacts

    On Tuesday May 15, 2018 Legislative Session Day 2018-010, the County Council of Cecil County Enacted: Resolution No. 17-2018 Master Water and Sewer Plan – Tables – Wastewater Treatment Plants – Elk Neck State Park. A Resolution to amend the Cecil County Master Water and Sewer Plan, Appendix B, Tables in order to revise Table 10 Inventory

    05/16/2018 12:31 PM

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    Watershed Stewards Academy Completes Class Project at Rising Sun Library

    RISING SUN, MD. -- Overcast skies and the threat of rain seemed to have no bearing on a determined group of 11 hard-working Watershed Stewards Academy (WSA) students and their helpers as they set out on Saturday, May 5th to complete a stormwater management project at the Rising Sun Branch of the Cecil County Public Library.

    05/15/2018 12:19 PM

  • County Withdraws Wastewater Rate Resolution from FY19 Proposed Budget

    ELKTON, MD. -- County Executive Alan McCarthy and the administration announced today that the wastewater rate presentation, scheduled for the Tuesday, May 15th work session, will be postponed.

    05/14/2018 12:59 PM

  • County Executive McCarthy Issues Statement on Sudden Passing of Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz

    ELKTON, MD. -- County Executive Alan McCarthy issued the following statement in regards to the passing of Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz early this morning:

    05/10/2018 10:39 AM

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    Cecil County Surpasses 50,000 Acres of Permanently Protected Lands

    ELKTON, MD. -- Cecil County Government is pleased to announce that over 50,000 acres has been permanently protected from development with the most recent Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation (MALPF) easement settlement on a 416.529 acre farm owned by Losten’s Dairy, LP. With this acquisition, over 15,000 acres of prime Cecil County agricultural lands are now protected by MALPF easements. In Fiscal Year 2018, 834 acres were protected by all easement programs bringing the total now protected with easement and fee simple acquisitions to 1,699 acres.

    05/09/2018 10:44 AM

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    Stormwater Management Collaboration Completed at NEHS

    NORTH EAST, MD. -- Representatives from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Cecil County Public Schools, Cecil County Government and the Department of Public Works, as well as students and teachers, gathered at North East High School last week for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of a large-scale stormwater management (SWM) project at the school.

    05/08/2018 4:17 PM

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    CANCELED - Brantwood-Bittersweet Community Clean Up Day Scheduled for Saturday, May 19th

    ELKTON, MD. -- In response to numerous requests and inquiries, Cecil County Parks and Recreation has organized a Brantwood-Bittersweet Community Clean Up Day on Saturday, May 19th from 8AM-12PM.

    05/03/2018 4:00 PM

  • Message from the County Executive for May 3, 2018

    Cecil County Citizens: This past Monday morning, April 30th, I was disappointed to read the headline and article in the Cecil Whig that included pictures of the individual loss of two homes shown fully engulfed in fire. The point of the article was to cast a negative perspective on my Fiscal Year 2019 proposed budget that did not provide funding for the replacement of a specific fire equipment replacement request by the Water Witch Fire Company in Port Deposit. The intention is that the reader will connect those two fires with a lack of equipment due to lack of proposed funding. That doesn’t make sense. Two elected officials cited in the article do not agree with my proposed action. That in itself is fine, and is why we have the two-part budget approval process outlined in the Cecil County Charter.

    05/03/2018 1:46 PM

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    Broadband in Cecil County -- UPDATE

    During a recent presentation, Cecil County's GIS Coordinator David Black gave an in-depth update on broadband in our area...if you think it's an easy fix, think again.

    05/03/2018 8:14 AM

  • CECIL COUNTY TRASH BASH 2018

    Trash Bash Wrap-Up Video

    ELKTON, MD. — The first annual Cecil County Trash Bash occured on Sunday, April 22nd — EARTH DAY!

    05/01/2018 10:03 PM

  • County Seeks Citizen Feedback on Need for Multi-Use Community Center

    ELKTON, MD. -- Services? Resources? Opportunities? Locations? Wants? Needs? Desires? Input -- we know you have it, and we want to hear about it.

    05/01/2018 5:34 PM

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    County Receives MDE Grant Funding To Close Troubled Private Wastewater System

    ELKTON, MD. -- An amendment to Cecil County's Capital Improvement Program was submitted to County Council today addressing an agreement with CECO Utilities, Inc. for the county to take over the CECO wastewater system within the Manchester Park area.

    05/01/2018 10:57 AM

  • County Council Public Hearing

    A public hearing will be held by the County Council of Cecil County on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the County Administration Building, The Elk Room, 200 Chesapeake Blvd., Elkton, MD on the following Rezoning application: FILE: 2018-01 APPLICANT: Ryan D. Showalter, Esq. & Brendan S. Mullaney, Esq. REQUEST: Request to rezone 2.995 acres from High Density Residential (RM) to Business Local, (BL). PROPERTY LOCATION: 1500 Chesapeake Club Drive, North East, MD 21901. Election District: 5, Tax Map: 31, Parcel a portion of 1326. PROPERTY OWNER: North East Developers, LLC c/o Gary Munch. PRESENTLY ZONED: High

    04/30/2018 8:49 AM

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    Cecil Employee Spotlight: Cash Analyst Denise Roberts

    Customer Service is important to us at Cecil County Government! Cecil Spotlight recognizes County employees for the amazing jobs they do and for their impeccable customer service. We’re so proud of our employees! Thank you, Denise!

    04/26/2018 10:23 AM

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    Major General Linda Singh to Highlight Childhood Trauma in Cecil County

    ELKTON, MD. -- Major General Linda Singh, Adjutant General of the Maryland National Guard, is a strong ally for children experiencing trauma. Her own experience of homelessness and poverty early in life is a story she openly shares. On May 16th at 6PM at the Milburn Stone Theater, she will share it with Cecil County. Her address will accompany a free community movie screening of Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope, a much-awarded movie that highlights “…Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) research and the emerging science of Toxic Stress.”

    04/25/2018 9:51 AM

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    Stormwater Management Educates Students on Water Quality and BMPs

    ELKTON, MD. -- Purple Cone Flower, Black-Eyed Susan, Great Blue Lobelia, Cardinal Flower, and Switchgrass. These are some of the familiar plants taking root at Elkton Middle School thanks to a crew from Cecil County's Stormwater Management Division and an eager-to-learn group of sixth graders.

    04/24/2018 1:32 PM

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    Cecil Transit Driver Places 3rd at State Roadeo

    Congratulations, Cecil Transit driver Bruce Mayberry, for placing third at the Transportation Association of Maryland’s 23rd Annual Roadeo on April 21st in Elkridge, MD. Mayberry, a driver for Cecil Transit for the past seven years, will be competing at the 29th Annual National Community Transportation Roadeo in Pittsburgh, June 9-10th.

    04/24/2018 12:03 PM

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    Notice of Funding Availability: VLT Local Community Grant for FY 2019

    ELKTON, MD. – Cecil County Executive Alan McCarthy is pleased to announce the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Video Lottery Terminal (VLT) Grant Program for FY 2019. As a result of having a video lottery terminal (Casino) in Cecil County, nonprofit and not-for-profit organizations and state, county and municipal government agencies are eligible to apply for grants to improve local resources and services in the community. Grant applications must indicate how the funding will be used to address the needs of the community and/or population served in one of four purpose areas: Economic Development, Education, Infrastructure, or Safe, Healthy and Active Communities.

    04/24/2018 8:40 AM

  • Maryland PSC Schedules Hearing for Proposed South Jersey Industries, Elkton Gas Transaction

    (Baltimore, MD–April 17, 2018) – The Maryland Public Service Commission has scheduled a public comment hearing on the proposed acquisition of substantially all the assets of Elkton Gas by South Jersey Industries, Inc. (SJI). The hearing will be held on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 7pm at the Town of Elkton Council Chambers, 100 Railroad Avenue in Elkton, Maryland. Members of the public who wish to comment on the matter are welcome to attend the hearing before Chief Public Utility Law Judge Terry J. Romine.

    04/18/2018 3:24 PM

  • County Council Enacts

    On Tuesday April 17, 2018 Legislative Session Day 2018-08, the County Council of Cecil County Enacted: Resolution No. 10-2018 Approval - Road Abandonment – Brick Meeting House Road – Portion. A Resolution approving the application of the County Executive for Cecil County for the abandonment of a portion of Brick Meeting House Road, Cecil County, Maryland

    04/18/2018 9:59 AM

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