City of Milford Seeks Resident’s Opinion

The City of Milford is asking residents to participate in The National Community Survey™. The survey is designed to provide a baseline of how the city government is serving residents, to gauge perceptions of the City, and to make comparisons with peer cities.  It includes questions about quality of life in the community, local policies, […]

Rolling Application for Young Farmer Loan

The Delaware Aglands Foundation Board announced that they will institute a rolling application process for their Young Farmer Loan Program to offer young farmers more flexibility in acquiring a farm. Delaware farmers, between 18 and 40 years old have the opportunity to apply for the Young Farmers Loan Program. The program provides long-term, no-interest loans […]

Council Reviews Cost for Police Station

by Terry Rogers In July, Milford City Council received an estimated cost from Becker Morgan Group for a new police station. Council requested the estimate for a new building that could be constructed on land across the street from the current station which the department has outgrown. The estimate provided ranged between $13 and $16 […]

Residents Concerned Over Proposed Concrete Plant

by Terry Rogers  Several weeks ago, Christian and Constance Brauer along with several of their neighbors received notices tucked in their doors telling them that there were plans to build a concrete plant in their neighborhood. The plant would be constructed at the corner of Old State Road and Fleatown Road in an area that […]

Public Hearings on TDR Credits

by Terry Rogers     The City of Milford Planning and Zoning recently  held a public hearing regarding the establishment of transfer-of-development (TDR) credits as part of the Southeast Master Plan. A second public hearing was held in front of City Council on Monday, July 22 and Council voted  to approve ordinances that would amend […]

Business Owners Hear from Legislators

   by Terry Rogers   The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford held its annual Legislative Luncheon on Wednesday, July 17th. Mayor Archie Campbell along with State Representatives Charles Postles and Bryan Shupe were on hand to discuss legislative actions and answer questions. “Milford is doing well,” Mayor Campbell said. “We recently approved a budget […]

Sidewalk Repairs Program Moves Forward

by Terry Rogers   *Update* – During the July 22 Milford City Council meeting, the program was authorized to proceed and to award the bid, the vote was unanimous. Original Article – Over the past few months, Milford City Council has discussed the issue of sidewalk repairs throughout the City. Since 1800s, it has been […]

DPH – Prepare for Dangerously High Temps

The Division of Public Health (DPH) is asking Delaware residents to prepare for extreme heat this week and prevent heat-related illness as temperatures rise. Temperatures are expected to reach the upper 90s through the weekend, with the heat index values as high as 110 degrees. The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning […]

Ribbon cutting celebrates Fort Miles

DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin was joined by legislators, the Fort Miles Historical Association, and other supporters today at a ribbon-cutting celebrating numerous improvements at Fort Miles. The Fort Miles Museum and Historical Area has expanded with a new parking lot and paved road, enabling visitors to access the area more easily. Renovations have been […]

Council Approves Rehoboth Blvd Development

by Terry Rogers On Monday, May 28 Milford City Council approved a request from Winward Communities to build a retail and restaurant development on Rehoboth Boulevard. The development would be located on the Simpson Property where the former mini golf course and batting cages were located. The property is owned by Janet Swain, Gilbert and […]

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