Government & Politics

1,000 more surf tags to go on sale as state introduces new off-peak surf permits

Off-peak permits only can be used Mondays through Fridays June 1 through Sept. 3, except holidays., then all the time after Labor Day.

City to conduct ADA Assessment

As required by the federal government, City of Milford staff began working on an Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Transition Plan. According to Mike Svaby, Public Works Director, the development of the transition plan requires several steps. “We hired a consultant...

Kent County Levy Court offers online permitting

Kent County Levy Court recently announced the launch of My Government Online (MGO), a suite of programs that will allow for digital permitting options. Residents and businesses are able to register online and perform a wide range of permitting...

Police Facility Citizens Advisory Committee mission outlined

Milford City Council reviewed details on the mission of the newly established Police Facility Citizens Advisory Committee at their regular meeting on Mar. 8. The committee is tasked with oversight of the design and costs for the new police...

Finance Committee Receives Update on Capital Projects

On Mar. 8, the City of Milford Finance and Public Works Committee received an update on capital projects as well as fund balances that remained for many of those projects. James Puddicombe, City Engineer, began with information about water...

Finance Committee receives sidewalk update

The City of Milford Finance Committee was provided a sidewalk update by Mike Svaby, Director of Public Works and James Puddicombe, City Engineer. According to Puddicombe, sidewalk inspections in Ward 1 have been completed and the city is moving...

Delaware libraries continuing policy of waiving fines, late fees during pandemic

  Have you been doing some extra reading while stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic? If so, there’s good news if those books came from a Delaware public library and you’re a little late returning them to their rightful...

City of Milford, Delaware Nature Society Enter Partnership

On Monday, Feb. 22, Milford City Council agreed to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Delaware Nature Society. The city and Delaware Nature Society have long partnered to provide hands-on programming for Pre-Kindergarten to fifth grade students...

This state program can help people earning up to $98,000 buy a home

Those earning $98,280 or family of three or more earning up to $122,850 can get help in Kent, Sussex counties.

Land exchange approved between City, Library

On Feb. 22, Milford City Council voted to complete a land exchange between the city and the Milford Public Library. This exchange was related to a survey prepared in 2009 filed with the Sussex County Recorder of Deeds. “The northern...
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Scholarships still offered by Milford Rotary Club

Remote teaching and learning has not stopped this year’s graduating classes, and the Milford Rotary Club will be offering...

Milford LIVE Weekly Review – April 6, 2021

Open the Weekly Review PDF Here This Week's Top Headlines Include: Headlines 1,000 more surf tags to go on sale as state introduces new off-peak surf...

Bucs overcome slow start for 12-8 Battle of Bat baseball win over rival Lake Forest

When a big hit was needed, Aydin Zimmerman was there to deliver it. Again and again. The Milford High junior registered four hits and drove...

Bayhealth General Surgery, Sussex Campus Welcomes Francis Velez, MD, FACS

Bayhealth General Surgery, Sussex Campus is pleased to welcome board-certified general surgeon Francis Velez, MD, FACS. He joins David Cloney, MD; Francisco Rodriguez, MD;...

Milford Businessowner concerned about unemployment claims

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Terri Rosetta, co-owner of Milford Diner says she has received at least a dozen unemployment claims for people who have...
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