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CECILTON … THE WAY LIFE SHOULD BE
117 West Main Street
PO Box 317
410-275-2692

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Cecilton Senior Village
All 20 units of the Cecilton Senior Village have been built and are almost complete. Construction on the Levi Coppin School has begun.

Sit and Stay Bench Campaign
The Sit and Stay Bench Campaign is still going on. If you are interested in purchasing and dedicating a bench, contact Town Hall 410-275-2692 for more information.

“Without volunteers, we’d be a nation without a soul.” – Rosalyn Carter
Cecilton Lions Club Meeting – First Monday 7pm, via Zoom Ruritans Club Meeting – Second Tuesday 7 pm, Cecilton Community Center Cecilton Volunteer Fire Company – First Thursday 7:30pm, Fire Department

Message from Waste Industries-GFL:
Now more than ever it is critical that your trash is bagged and placed in the toter(s). Do not mix yard waste with trash and try not to overfill the containers. Dispose of medical waste properly. Recyclables should not be bagged and please break down cardboard and place in recycle toter(s). Hazardous materials and electronics cannot be placed in the trucks.

Tips for Saving Water
Check faucets and pipes for leaks. A leaking toilet results in a tremendous amount of water loss. Every day that a silent leak goes undetected can amount to as much as 300 gallons of water. A small drip from a worn faucet washer can waste 20 gallons of water per day. Larger leaks can waste hundreds of gallons.

One way to cut down on water use is to turn off the shower after soaping up, then turn it back on to rinse. A four-minute shower uses approximately 20 to 40 gallons of water.

“My perfect weekend is going for a walk with my family in the park. I don’t think there’s anything better.”
– Anne Wojcicki

Cecilton Town Park is open from dawn to dusk. Although it may be winter, the park can still be a fun place to be. Walk your dog, on a leash, around the park. Children can enjoy climbing on the playground equipment. Get some fresh air and keep fit using the exercise equipment.

If you have a special event that you would like recognized in our newsletter, contact Teresa at 410-275-2692/ .

Mayor and Council: Joseph A Zang, Mayor; Michael Cooper, Council Member; Craig DeVary, Council Member; Danielle Zack, Council Member; Charles Ringgold, Council Member.
Town Staff: Mary Cooper, Administrator; Kim Roland, Treasurer; Teresa Quinn, Water/Sewer/Code Enforcement Clerk; Bubby Jackson, Maintenance Supervisor; John Rehfuss, Maintenance
Monthly Meetings: Mayor and Council- Third Monday of the Month 7:00pm
Planning and Zoning – Second Tuesday of the Month 7:00 pm