The Morning News for December 22, 2010

by Dave on December 22, 2010


Delaware’s population tops 900,000 (Delaware Online)
Delaware’s population has grown by 15 percent since 2000, ending the decade with just over 900,000 people, the U.S. Census Bureau announced today. (MORE)

Delaware beaches damaged by storms to be restored (WDEL)
Preparations are under way for a project to restore beaches along the Delaware coast that were severely damaged by storms last fall. (MORE)

CIB to hold aquaculture workshop (Cape Gazette)
The Center for the Inland Bays wants to know if aquaculture is feasible in the bays. The center is organizing a workshop in the spring to discuss small-scale commercial oyster farms. (MORE)


’12 Return Day planning to start early (Delaware Online)
In light of the town’s controversial handling of this year’s Return Day celebration, officials hope to begin the planning process for the 2012 event earlier. (MORE)

Schell project was to include workforce housing (Cape Gazette)
A project designed as a model for Sussex County’s moderately priced housing program is in limbo; its fate rests in the hands of state transportation officials. (MORE)

Hoyte Decker: Rehoboth’s everywhere man (Cape Gazette)
If retiring means slowing down, nobody told Rehoboth Beach resident Hoyte Decker. (MORE)

Rehoboth Beach holiday closings (WGMD)
The city of Rehoboth Beach has announced their closings for Christmas and New Year’s Weekends. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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