Cecil County Man Convicted of Soil and Sediment Control Violations
There are 8 comments on the Maryland Attorney General story from Sep 18, 2010, titled Cecil County Man Convicted of Soil and Sediment Control Violations. In it, Maryland Attorney General reports that:
Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced today that J. Thomas Armour, 61, of 203 Razor Strap Road in North East, was convicted in the Circuit Court for Cecil County of the misdemeanor violations of illegally performing construction without obtaining an approved sediment control plan and with placing soil in a location where it is likely to ...
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#1 Sep 18, 2010
why Baltimore get involved with Cecil County
maybe someone has an interest in buying the farm for nothing as Thomas Armour is about to face forclosure from Cecil Bank
William Riddle his lawyer and partner purposely left him in that position
it is known
he has done and repeated these actions to many past clients and was never punished
the Maryland grievance commission need to wake up and do their job so many complaints have been filled against that lawyer but they always get dismissed
and who is protecting him?????
GOOD LUCK TO YOU THOMAS ARMOUR
#2 Sep 18, 2010
Maybe Baltimore got involved because Tommy Armour refused to let a State and County Agency (who had a right to be there)on his property.
Quote:Armour refused to allow Maryland Department of the Environment and Cecil County Department of Public Works’ officials onto the property. He also ignored stop work notices and refused to accept a Maryland Department of the Environment “Site Complaint.”
He thought he was above the law, and he wasn't..
#3 Sep 22, 2010
no one is above the LAW including lawyers
lawyers who are taking advantage of their power
but time is coming hopefully to finally put an end to all cecil county corruption
#4 Sep 22, 2010
I hear what you’re saying and I agree, there is a lot more involved here with the lawyers and all. But Tommy should have known when he refused to let the inspectors on his property, he was just giving them a opportunity to jam, him up. And they did…
#5 Oct 13, 2010
Cecil Bank and William Riddle wanted the farm years back as the Casino was to be built in Perryville
They are putting so much pressure on him to have it all for Zero
#6 Oct 14, 2010
i am confused as to the proprty in question. i thought the armour horse farm was along biggs highway? the casino is on a seperate highway? where is the location of the said incident. i am curious why cecil bank would want it.
#8 Oct 24, 2010
Because Charles Sposato the CEO of Cecil Bank is nothing else but a GREEDY BAST.RD !!!!!
He breath an live only for Money
land is needed in Cecil county fot the project BRAC
Since: Jan 07
#9 Oct 25, 2010
If you want the Chesapeake Bay to stay healthy and alive with fish and craps, this sort of rule must be enforced. Let people do as they please and the Bay will be a stinking cesspool.
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