UPDATED: Sussex County Council Receives Update from DelDOT & Introduced Proposed Ordinance Related to Marijuana Establishments

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UPDATED – 02/06/24 – 5pm – Sussex County Council has introduced a motion that would regulate marijuana establishments in Sussex County. House Bill 2, which was approved by the General Assembly last session. The measure allows municipalities to prohibit manufacturing, cultivation, testing and retail facilities, however Sussex County can only regulate them. Assistant County Attorney,…

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Caroling On The Circle Celebrates Holiday Season, Raises Food Donations

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Local food pantries and other organizations that assist Delawareans who face food insecurity now have nearly 18,750 additional canned goods and non-perishables in their stock. That’s the preliminary total of donations made to Sussex County’s annual food drive following Monday night’s Caroling on the Circle celebration in Georgetown. Caroling on the Circle was delayed one…

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Sussex County Council Approves Millsboro Fire Company Sub-Station

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The Sussex County Council had a short meeting this week. The meeting started, as always, with public comment. The President of Delaware Manufactured Housing Owners Association, William Kinnick, told the Council that DNREC is not communicating with anyone as well as it should. Kinnick’s primary concerns are water and sewage and he doesn’t want to…

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Sussex County Council Approves DelDOT TID, Cancels Caroling on the Circle

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After 7 years of work, the Sussex County Council has approved the Henlopen TID (Transportation Improvement District) with a unanimous vote. DelDOT explains a TID – as a defined geographic area where land use and transportation needs are planned in detail in advance. Instead of focusing solely on the area surrounding proposed development for infrastructure…

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Sussex County Council Adopts 2018 Comprehensive Plan

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Sussex County has a newly adopted 2018 Comprehensive Plan.  After over two years of meetings, workshops, public hearings and community outreach, the 280-page plan has been adopted by the Sussex County Council with a 4 to 1 vote.  Councilman Sam Wilson was the lone ‘no’ vote.  The plan will guide County officials in decision-making on…

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