The Morning News for February 21, 2011

by Dave on February 21, 2011


Delaware towns fined over sewage discharges (Delaware Online)
State environmental officials have levied penalties totaling $514,000 on Millsboro and Harrington for polluting local waterways with excessive and harmful discharges of sewage over the last two years from their wastewater treatment plants. (MORE)

Delaware purchase of car dealership site questioned (Delmarva Now)
Critics are questioning the state’s purchase of a former Lewes car dealership for $1 million an acre. (MORE)

Merchants’ Attic draws shoppers from near and far (Delaware Online)
Edy Makariw stood ready Saturday in the Rehoboth Beach convention center, answering questions and making sales as throngs of people squeezed past her table at the first of two “Merchants’ Attic” benefit events slated for the resort this month. (MORE)


Bethany to discuss parking reconfiguration downtown (Delmarva Now)
Officials will meet with design representatives to consider new parking configurations on Garfield Parkway. (MORE)

Repairs run behind (Delaware Online)
Until November 2009, Bethany Beach looked pretty much like it does today — a wide expanse that drops off at the ocean. (MORE)

County looks to reconcile windmill rules with state law (Coastal Point)
Sussex County Council members this week reviewed a revised draft of ordinances related to wind-energy generating devices – windmills and more – as the county attempts to reconcile the restrictions of county code with the state legislature’s efforts to remove blockades that would prevent the devices from being installed on residential properties. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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