The Morning News for November 17, 2010

by Dave on November 17, 2010

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Bethany Beach considers extending smoking ban (Delaware Wave)
Two years after it prohibited smoking on the beach during the summer, the Town Council will consider making the ban a year-round regulation. (MORE)

Town to host climate change workshop (Delaware Coast Press)
The town, in partnership with Delaware Sea Grant and ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, will host a public workshop about climate change Dec. 9. (MORE)

Dewey ethics board stalls amid FOIA worries (Cape Gazette)
An attempt to reform the Dewey Beach Board of Ethics was halted when a commissioner questioned the legality of a draft code of conduct. (MORE)

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Recycling Changes Worry Delaware Towns (WBOC)
Starting next year recycling in Delaware will no longer be the responsibility of the Delaware Solid Waste Authority. (MORE)

Rehoboth Police investigating rash of residential burglaries (WGMD)
Rehoboth Beach police are investigating residential burglaries and attempted burglaries. Most of the break-ins occurred sometime between the last week of October through the first week of November and involved rental properties in the southern portion of the city. (MORE)

Cape firms up finance oversight committee (Cape Gazette)
The Cape Henlopen School District has interviewed several candidates for spots on its financial-oversight committee. (MORE)

Record number of federal income tax returns e-filed in Delaware (WGMD)
More and more taxpayers Delaware continue to use the internet to file federal tax returns. A record 287-thousand federal income tax returns were e-filed in Delaware during this year for tax year 2009. (MORE)

Historical society hosts speaker from Salisbury University (Cape Gazette)
The public is invited to join members of the Rehoboth Beach Historical Society for its annual Fall Luncheon, Saturday, Nov. 13. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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