News & Notices

Town Council meets monthly on the 2nd Wednesday & 4th Monday –  Mayor and Council Meeting Agenda
Planning Commission meets 2nd Tuesday @ 7pm at Town Hall  Planning & Zoning Meeting Agenda


 

Cecilton Earth Day Project

EARTH DAY ~ April 22, 2017 was an amazing day in Cecilton, Maryland! Thank you Union Bethel AME Church, Hunter Concrete, Cub Scout Pack 340, Joshua's Services, Delaware City Refinery, Cecilton Residents, Mayor & Mrs. Zang, Town Hall Staff and families for making a...

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Cecilton launches redesigned town website

As reported by the Cecil Whig: While the town’s motto may be “The Way Life Should Be,” town administrator Mary Cooper believed visitors to the town’s website previously may not have thought that.

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Brockell Fills Long-Vacant Cecilton Town Council Seat

The county’s longest vacant elected seat was quietly filled last month when Jennie Brockell was sworn into the Cecilton Town Council. The fourth seat on the council had been vacant for more than a year after Councilwoman Roberta Dopp was forced to resign her seat in...

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Cooper named Cecilton Administrator

The mayor and council officially selected Mary Cooper, billing clerk in nearby Chesapeake City, as the next town administrator during a special meeting Monday night. Cooper will replace Town Administrator Brenda Cochran, who will retire Oct. 14 after serving the...

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Cecil Whig Feature- Brenda Cochran

Brenda Cochran has been the backbone of the county’s southernmost town for the past 12 years, but on Oct. 14 her service will come to a close. Cecilton’s town administrator is set to retire and move back to her hometown of Clarksburg, W.V. Meanwhile, Cecilton is also...

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Ford’s Clover Farms Store was lifeblood for Cecilton

When James Stradley had the idea to open the first movie theatre in town, he needed money so he offered to sell his grocery store to his brother-in-law Wilmer C. “Ted” Ford, who had come to Cecilton in 1947 to work in the store. What a wonderful opportunity, except...

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