This Week’s MILFORD REVIEW

The stories of the week for Milford, DE: City Council approves budget with $.08 tax increase; Milford resident to run for African Parliament; Can-Do Playground breaks ground; Grant chosen by Mets in 15th round of MLB Draft; Torch runs through Milford for Special Olympics; Milford couple named in cat cruelty case; Hudson awarded Master Municipal Clerk honor; Lions Club awards grants to 17 organizations; Local dance mob to hit Delaware; Relay for Life Milford this week; plus coverage of the Paddles, Pollywogs & Panfish and Kids Fest events and a lot more. Download and read this week’s edition at: https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/MilfordReview061212.pdf

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