The Morning News for July 15, 2010

by Dave on July 15, 2010

The Morning News for Thursday, July 15, 2010:

Bracing for Delaware’s sea level rise (WHYY)

Delaware’s environment secretary has issued a new policy for planning any projects near the shore. (MORE)

Hearing airs cases for, against dredging project (News Journal)

More than eight years of debate and lawsuits did little to bring opposing sides closer Tuesday at a public hearing in Dover on plans to deepen the Delaware River shipping channel. (MORE)

Police seeking serial meter thieves in Rehoboth (

The disappearance of a seventh parking meter over the July 4 weekend has police looking for serial thieves. (MORE)

Chamber to host healthcare forum with Sen. Carper July 19 (Cape Gazette)

The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce will host Sen. Tom Carper for a question-and-answer session on current healthcare legislation at 10:30 a.m., Monday, July 19, at the Hampton Inn, Rehoboth Beach. (MORE)

Man sought after trying to pass counterfeit bill (

Rehoboth Beach police are asking for help identifying a man who tried to pass a counterfeit $50 bill to a boardwalk merchant Monday. (MORE)

Bradley’s Attorneys Claim Police Searched Office Illegally (WBOC)

Attorneys for the former Lewes pediatrician accused of sexually assaulting his patients say police illegally searched his practice and collected evidence, according to court documents. (MORE)

Officials want wind regulated separately (Delaware Online)

Members of Delaware’s congressional delegation and other lawmakers have asked the Interior Department to temporarily create a special office to regulate offshore wind. (MORE)

Bethany Beach offers cheap, reliable curbside recycling (

The transition from relying on third-party contractors to providing curbside recycling to its residents has been a smooth one, officials said. (MORE)

YMCA reaches out to Cape, state (Coast Press)

In the YMCA’s continued search for a new home, the organization has asked a Cape Henlopen School Board member to join its exploratory committee and a new location is under consideration. (MORE)



Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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