The Morning News For April 27, 2011

by Dave on April 27, 2011

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Lewes group questions University of Delaware wind turbine (Delaware Online)
Delaware’s first wind turbine, built at the University of Delaware’s campus in Lewes, didn’t require a wetlands permit, a subaqueous lands permit or even a Coastal Zone Status Review. (MORE)

Bradley’s former office up for Sheriff’s sale (Delaware Wave)
The commercial property once owned by Earl Bradley, the Lewes pediatrician charged with raping or sexually abusing more than 100 patients he treated over a 10-year period, will be sold next month. (MORE)

***Tonight is the night everyone’s been talking about — the “Fork In, Fork Out” fundraiser at Striper Bites in Lewes. Come in and enjoy a fabulous dinner, ask for a “Give Back Slip,” and choose which charity will be the recipient of 10% of the proceeds of your meal. It’s that easy, and it’s a delicious way to help your community! Fork In, Fork Out. Tonight at Striper Bites in Lewes. **

Sussex clerk openly opposes civil unions (Delaware Online)
George Parish has made no secret of his opposition to same-sex relationships. (MORE)

Be prepared for IR bridge delays (Delaware Wave)
After years of planning and one aborted attempt, work on the new $150 million Indian River Inlet Bridge began in earnest in fall 2009. (MORE)

Rehoboth Farmers Market opens fifth season (Cape Gazette)
The Rehoboth Beach Farmers Market, voted one of the top 20 farmers markets for its size in the United States by American Farmland Trust, opens for the season at noon, Tuesday, May 3. (MORE)

Bethany addresses speed, parking on Kent Avenue (Delmarva Now)
Officials are reaching out to state representatives to improve safety and solve speeding and parking issues along Kent Avenue. (MORE)

Dog-walking season could be lengthened (Delaware Wave)
Rehoboth Beach’s Animal Issues Committee is looking to expand the dates in which pets are allowed on the beach and boardwalk. (MORE)

Matt’s Fish Camp opens near Bethany (Cape Gazette)
SoDel Concepts, a restaurant group owned by Matt Haley and Bryony Ziegler, announces the opening of a seventh eatery, Matt’s Fish Camp near Bethany Beach. (MORE)

Affordable housing group wants to expand (Delmarva Now)
The Milford Housing Development Corporation is having discussions with the West Rehoboth Community Land Trust to bring an affordable housing solution to the area. (MORE)

Enjoy Your Day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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