The Morning News for October 4, 2010

by Dave on October 4, 2010


Hanson becomes new Dewey Beach mayor (
Diane Hanson is the new mayor of Dewey Beach. (MORE)

Restaurants challenge patio enforcement (
Workshop meetings are usually quiet affairs. But the Monday, Oct. 4 Rehoboth Beach Commissioner’s Workshop session may draw a number of restaurant owners concerned with what they term “selective enforcement.” (MORE)

Shore tenants face rising rental rates (
Jocques LeClair’s situation is better than most. Although his rent increases at regular intervals, like most downtown tenants, he said he can live with the current rates. (MORE)


Bethany reaches out to local businesses (
In working to update its Comprehensive Development Plan, Bethany Beach is focusing on building a stronger relationship with the business community. (MORE)

Candidates hone in on variances (
On one issue, hopefuls for the District 4 seat on the Sussex County Council can agree: Older mobile home parks, particularly the aging Sea Air west of Rehoboth Beach, are winning far too many land-use variances and the buck stops at the county-appointed Board of Adjustments. (MORE)

Offshore wind faces political blowback (Delaware Online)
Just two short years ago, the vision of giant windmills 13 miles out to sea churning out clean electricity to help power Delaware into the future was a bandwagon with barely enough room for all its supporters, no matter their political allegiance. (MORE)

Governor’s Weekly Message (
In his weekly message, Governor Markell focused on the ongoing need for parental involvement in our schools and in children’s lives. (MORE)

Governor Recognized By University of Chicago as Distinguished Alumnus (
Governor Jack Markell will be recognized this weekend as the 2010 Distinguished Alumnus in the Public Sector by the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. (MORE)

Who Is Randall and What’s Up With His Beer?! ( Voices)
Have you ever had the chance to drink a “Randallized” beer? (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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