The Morning News for January 25, 2011

by Dave on January 25, 2011


Wicks proposes new rules for DelDOT land deals (Delaware Online)
DelDOT Secretary Carolann Wicks proposed new rules for agency land deals today, the latest move in a management shakeup triggered by revelations about questionable and costly agreements involving developers and politically connected figures in southern Delaware. (MORE)

State prevents auction of Bradley property (Cape Gazette)
Property of Lewes pediatrician Earl Bradley, set to be sold at public auction later this week, will instead be turned over to state officials. (MORE)

Fight over cell tower rekindles in Bethany (WDEL)
A multiyear fight over a proposed cell phone tower in Bethany Beach is being revived as AT&T resubmits its proposal. (MORE)


New Energy Bill to Be Introduced (WGMD)
Delaware Electric Cooperative President & CEO Bill Andrew is planning to introduce a bill to the Delaware Legislature Tuesday that will bring the Co-Op into compliance with the state’s Renewable Portfolio Standards. (MORE)

DelTech smoking ban reaction mixed (Delaware Online)
Delaware Technical & Community College has banned smoking on campus, and some students are finding it hard to adjust. (MORE)

Biden dismissed from jury duty in Delaware (USA Today)
Vice President Biden didn’t pull rank today in Delaware — he reported to jury duty just like anybody else. (MORE)

Two Car Accident in Milton Injures A Milford Woman (WGMD)
A 50-year old Milford woman sustained multiple fractures in that two vehicle accident at the intersection of Route 1 and 16 near Milton this morning. (MORE)

Rehoboth Beach Main Street announces stocking raffle winners (Cape Gazette)
Rehoboth Beach Main Street announced the winners of the overstuffed stocking giveaway. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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