Cecil County:  RFP 20-11 On-Call Plumbing Services

May 30th, 2019

On-Call Plumbing Maintenance & Repair Services Department Purchasing Category Bids, Proposals, RFQ Solicitation Number RFP 20-11 Pre-Opening Date/Time 05/29/2019 1:19 PM Opening Date/Time 06/25/2019 1:30 PM RFP Post Status Open Sealed Request for Proposal (RFP) for Cecil County Maryland for RFP 20-11; “On-Call Plumbing Maintenance & Repair Services” as described in the proposal package, will be received from qualified Contractors at any […]

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County Names New Deputy Director of Public Works

May 24th, 2019

ELKTON, MD. – County Executive Alan McCarthy is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Teresa Gardner as Deputy Director of the Cecil County Department of Public Works. Ms. Gardner has over 32 years of experience in the transportation engineering and public works fields, including time spent with both the Delaware and Virginia Departments of […]

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County Executive McCarthy Names Lauren Levy New Health Officer

May 14th, 2019

ELKTON, MD. – County Executive Alan McCarthy announced today that Lauren Levy has been selected as the new Health Officer for the Cecil County Health Department. Laurie Humphries has been the Acting Health Officer since Stephanie Garrity announced her retirement in 2018. “I am privileged to welcome Ms. Lauren Levy to this exponentially important position […]

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Maryland Transportation Authority Announces New Toll Collection System…

May 3rd, 2019

On behalf of the Maryland Transportation Authority, we would like to share the following press release in regards to all-electronic toll collection at the Key & Hatem Bridges to begin in October 2019. The implementation of this next-generation tolling system for motorists traveling these major Baltimore and Harford-Cecil County routes will provide better fuel efficiency […]

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County’s Opioid Case Meets Next Milestone, Additional Complaints Filed

March 22nd, 2019

ELKTON, MD. – Barron & Budd, the law firm in the federal court case against manufacturers and distributors of opioid medication, which represents 635 different governmental entities, in 28 different states and 8 sovereign nations, informs that Cecil County has met the Federal Court’s March 16th deadline and successfully filed 595 short form amended complaints over the last […]

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