Milford LIVE Weekly Review – October 19, 2021

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Hover over the image below and a gray bar pops up at the bottom—scroll through the pdf, use direction arrows, zoom in or out, download the PDF, or view in full-screen mode. This Week’s Top Stories Include: Headlines MHS Senior opens Next Level Nutrition Delmarva Acupuncture opens in Milford Government & Politics City of Milford HR Administrator, Williams, wins DFIT …

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Slaughter Beach mayor asks Dems to rethink moving town to new Senate district

Government, Headlines

Slaughter Beach’s mayor said she’s fearful the town will lose progress it’s made on climate and infrastructure issues if it’s moved into a district that’s mostly Kent County.   If Senate Democrats have their way, the town of Slaughter Beach could become part of the 16th Senate District — and the mayor is not happy about it.  Democratic leaders in …

Milford LIVE Weekly Review – August 17, 2021

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Hover over the image below and a gray bar pops up at the bottom—scroll through the pdf, use direction arrows, zoom in or out, download the PDF, or view in full-screen mode. This Week’s Top Stories Include: Headlines Slaughter Beach approves sewer district resolution Culture August wasn’t always great for peach picking in Delaware Business Win-win: Hottest trend at Delaware …

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Slaughter Beach approves sewer district resolution

Beaches, Headlines

Slaughter Beach has issued a resolution to Sussex County to establish a sewer district which could bring a centralized wastewater system to the coastal community. Slaughter Beach Town Council recently approved a resolution that will be sent to Sussex County asking them to establish a sewer district in the small beach town. According to Mayor Kathleen Lock, if the resolution …

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Mispillion, Cedar Creek watersheds worth millions for nature alone, study says

Culture, Headlines

  The Pew Charitable Trusts study included photos of wildlife in wetlands, such as this snowy egret.   Delaware’s Mispillion River and Cedar Creek watersheds — two of Delaware’s last biggest undeveloped tracts of undisturbed land — are worth millions in terms of leisure, recreation and wildlife viewing alone, a Pew Charitable Trusts study says. But they are also under …