The Morning News for March 7, 2011

by Dave on March 7, 2011



The Morning News for March 4, 2011:

Delaware’s employment picture not as rosy (Delaware Online)
Even as the national jobs picture brightened on Friday, Delaware’s economic recovery showed signs of weakening, with layoffs continuing across the state into the first month of 2011. (MORE)

Ruddertowne reaction mixed after town’s OK (Delmarva Now)
Though construction is inevitable now that the Dewey Beach Enterprises’ Ruddertowne complex has been approved, reaction among residents and visitors remains mixed. (MORE)

The changing faces of Delaware (Delaware Online)
One out of every 12 Delawareans is Hispanic, a community of more than 73,000 people throughout the state. (MORE)


Marion Jones, Emory West win seats on Milton Town Council (Cape Gazette)
The winners of the March 5 Milton Town Council election are Marion Jones and Emory West. Jones unofficially garnered 254 votes while West had 183 votes. Incumbent Ronda Abraham garnered 144 votes. (MORE)

AG Biden Cracks Down on Chronic Polluters (WGMD)
Attorney General Joe Beau Biden will be joined by several legislators Monday as he previews legislation aimed at Delaware’s ability to crack down on businesses that habitually ignore First State environmental laws. (MORE)

Sun could be sinking on state solar rebates (Delaware Online)
State rebates for new solar installations, already cut in half two years ago, have fallen again, with state officials envisioning a transition away from lump-sum rebates as solar technology becomes more affordable. (MORE)


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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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