The Morning News for January 20, 2010

by Dave on January 20, 2011


This Week’s COASTAL SUSSEX WEEKLY Magazine (Coastal Sussex)
Featuring articles on this weekend’s “Championship Sunday” Rotary event, a preview of the upcoming Polar Bear Plunge, Fay Jacobs on history coming alive in Milton, the Legend of “Mad Maggie” and much more. (Click here to read the issue on your computer) or (Click here for a printable PDF file)

Markell likely to talk about jobs (Delaware Online)
During his third State of the State address Thursday, Gov. Jack Markell is expected to focus on jobs — creating new ones in the private sector and protecting existing state government jobs. (MORE)


Dewey mayor: Public input necessary for planning and zoning (Cape Gazette)
Heavy snowfall did not quiet the public outcry heard in Dewey Beach Saturday, Jan. 8, demanding public input be allowed at all three Ruddertowne workshops. (MORE)

NRG Bluewater Seeks Maryland Development, Expands Reach (Offshore Wind Wire)
NRG Bluewater Wind, Iberdrola Renewables and Cape Wind parent company Energy Management Inc. are among the companies looking to develop offshore wind projects in federal waters near Maryland, the Wilmington News Journal reported yesterday. (MORE)

Start of Thomas Ott trial pushed back to March (WGMD)
The trial for former Cape Henlopen High School football coach Thomas Ott was to begin next Monday, however at the request of the defense attorneys, the start of that trial has been continued. (MORE)

Delaware PSC Approves $16.7M Revenue Increase for Delmarva Power (WBOC)
The Delaware Public Service Commission voted Tuesday to approve an overall $16.7 million increase in Delmarva Power’s electric distribution rates for its Delaware customers. (MORE)

Lewes looks at yard waste pickup options (Coast Press)
The city has been discussing alternative pickup options in regards to the ban on yard waste disposal that began Jan. 1. (MORE)

Dewey crafts budget amid uncertainties over finances (Coast Press)
As the town begins work on its fiscal year 2012 budget, officials say a number of uncertainties could impact the town’s finances. (MORE)

Archivist to discuss Lewes fishing industry (Cape Gazette)
When Tom Brown left his post as an archivist at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. he was hoping he could apply his professional experience delving into American history to some historic activity after he retired and moved to Rehoboth Beach. (MORE)

Polar Bear Cake-Off to be held Feb. 5 at Polar Bear Plunge (Dover Post)
Special Olympics Delaware will host the Polar Bear Cake-Off as part of its Lewes Polar Bear Plunge 20th anniversary celebration. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5, at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. (MORE)

Rehoboth Kiwanis announces name change (Cape Gazette)
Kiwanis International has formally approved the name change of Kiwanis Club of Rehoboth Beach to Kiwanis Club of Coastal Delaware. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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