UPDATED: Cape School District Voters have Denied a Referendum Vote to Raise Taxes

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03/26/24 – 10pm – Cape Henlopen School District voters have denied a referendum vote to increase the tax rate to cover costs for current operating expenses and issue bonds for major capital projects. There were 3,613 votes for the referendum and 4,274 votes against. The referendum will be certified on Thursday. ========================================= 03/26/24 – 11:25am…

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UPDATE: School Board Election Results – 5 Sussex Races in 4 Districts

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Election results: Delaware School Board Election Results are in, following a vote in several contested races Tuesday. In Cape Henlopen, Janis Hanwell defeated Ashley Murray, 3,108 to 1,212. Delmar School District voters elected Dawn Turner and incumbent Farrah Morelli to at-large positions. In Laurel, David Nichols won by just seven votes over two other candidates.…

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School Board Elections Tuesday

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Delaware school board elections are Tuesday – statewide. In Sussex County there are three contested elections. For the Indian River School District – Gregory Goldman and Constance Pryor are running for the District 4 seat. Incumbent Charlie Bireley is not running for re-election. Polling locations are Lord Baltimore Elementary School and Indian River High School…

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UPDATED: Sussex School Board Results

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In the Cape Henlopen School District – the 5-year at-large seat will be retained by incumbent Allison Myers, however Area C voters have replaced incumbent Andrew Lewis with Janet Maull-Martin. Cape’s second at-large seat will see Roni Posner step down, effective June 30th so Bill Collick will fill the final year of her term. Collick…

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Indian River Referendum Tuesday – Polls Open 7am to 8pm

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Tuesday is the Indian River School District’s major capital improvement and current expense referendum – there will be 2 questions on the ballot.  The district is looking to build a new Sussex Central High School, an 8-classroom addition at Indian River High School and a 4-classroom addition at Selbyville Middle School.  Residents are also being…

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