The Morning News for October 8, 2010

by Dave on October 8, 2010

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Interview: Dewey Beach Mayor Diane Hanson (Coastal Sussex)
We interviewed newly-elected mayor Diane Hanson on her outlook for the future of Dewey Beach. (MORE)

Milton looks to outside firm to fix accounting problems (Coastal Sussex)
Milton took another step toward resolving its financial problems at Monday’s town council meeting. (MORE)

Ocean View approves revised land-use code (Coastal Point)
Ocean View Councilwoman Michele Steffens asked on Sept. 28 whether the town could legally restrict persons from sitting on multiple town committees, such as the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Board of Adjustments. (MORE)

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Rehoboth Looks At Patio Compromise (Coastal Sussex)
Restaurant owners, business people and town commissioners appear to have hammered out some consensus on how to address the city’s controversial patio ordinance. (MORE)

Del. alcohol official charged with DUI (WHYY)
Part of the Delaware Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement’s mission, according to its website, is “saving lives by enforcing Delaware’s alcohol and tobacco laws.” (MORE)

IR School District Implements New DCAS Testing System (Coastal Sussex)
In October, Indian River School District students in Grades 3-10 will begin testing as part of the new online Delaware Comprehensive Assessment System (DCAS). (MORE)

Coons meets supporters in Ocean View (Coastal Point)
Chris Coons, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, spoke to a packed pavilion at the John West Park in Ocean View on Friday, Oct. 1. (MORE)

County to consider changes to windmill turbine ordinance (Coastal Point)
Sussex County Council has decided to look at the county’s current windmill regulations and possibly consider an update to zoning ordinances regarding renewable energy systems. (MORE)

Gentle Giants: The Fort Miles Towers (Coastal Sussex)
Today, southern Delaware’s coastal resorts are all about fun in the sun on or near the sandy shores of the Atlantic Ocean. (MORE)

What’s Up With….Michael Sprouse & Vintage Stuff in Contemporary Art? (Coastal Sussex Voices)
Michael Sprouse loves old photographs. And matchbooks. And newspaper clippings. (MORE)

Final Lewes Farmers Market of 2010 on Saturday (Coastal Sussex)
It’s hard to believe that the Market season is over, and that this Saturday is the last Market Day of 2010. (MORE)

Amazing Challenge on tap this weekend (Coastal Sussex)
Rev. Kim Tephabock is the chair of Unite Sussex, a new group that hopes to bring churches, businesses and volunteers together to deal with homelessness, substance abuse and unemployment. (MORE)

Sussex County Today and Tomorrow Conference October 27 (Coastal Sussex)
The annual Sussex County Today and Tomorrow Conference will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 27 at Del Tech. (MORE)

Salon celebrates 30 years in business (Cape Gazette)
John Lorraine European Hair is opening its doors for the 30th year in a row. This year, the salon welcomes back nail and skincare specialist Donna Davis, who is happy to land there after a stint in real estate. (MORE)

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Today’s Local Events:

  • FridayBoardwalk Buddy Walk

    Greyhounds Reach The Beach

    Harry Derrickson Memorial Golf Tournament for Meals On Wheels

    Lewes Historical Society Fine Art Show & Sale

    Javier Brewster Brockmann – New Works on Paper Opens

    Cape May Lewes Ferry Sunset Wine Cruise

  • SaturdayBoardwalk Buddy WalkGreyhounds Reach The Beach

    Lewes Historical Society Fine Art Show & Sale

    Historic Lewes Farmer’s Market

    Milford Farmers Market

    MOSAIC: Second Saturday Art Walk

    New Works on Paper by Javier Brewster Brockmann

    Buddy Holly Tribute Concert

    Coastal Concerts Music Series

  • SundayCape Henlopen Triathlon & DuathlonGreyhounds Reach The Beach

    Lewes Historical Society Fine Art Show & Sale

    Christmas Joy Silent Auction

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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