The Morning News for December 28, 2010

by Dave on December 28, 2010

morningnewslogoGambling bill to resurface in Dover (Cape Gazette)
The upcoming General Assembly could open the doors to casino construction in Sussex County. (MORE)

Lean times bringing nonprofits together (Delaware Online)
A year after a report on Delaware’s nonprofit groups found them struggling to cope with the state’s growing needs, several leaders said the community is stronger but not yet out of the woods. (MORE)

Delaware public notaries move into digital age (CivSource)
According to Delaware Governor Jack Markell an initiative to move notary applications and processing into the digital age is making progress. (MORE)


‘Don’t Ask’ repeal a ‘long time coming’ (Delmarva Now)
If you ask CAMP Rehoboth Executive Director Steve Elkins, the U.S. Senate’s vote to repeal the military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy couldn’t have come at a better time. (MORE)

Posner calls for policy change (Cape Gazette)
Cape Henlopen school board member Roni Posner wants the district to rewrite its policies, separating the policies from how they should be implemented. (MORE)

Christmas tree recycling urged (Delmarva Now)
After presents are opened and the ornaments are boxed away, residents are encouraged to recycle their Christmas trees. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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