Posts Tagged ‘Commissioners’
Worcester Co. Seeks Applicants For Local Commissions, Boards
Worcester County is looking to fill positions on several commissions. The Board of Commissioners will consider applicants who are hoping to become more involved in their community and volunteer to serve on a board or commission. Agricultural preservation, social services, ethics, recreation and economic development are just a few of the areas where commissioners are…Read More
5 File for 2 Commissioner Seats in Rehoboth
The deadline to file to run for commissioner in Rehoboth Beach was 4:30 p.m. today. The seats currently held by Comms. Richard Byrne and Pat Coluzzi are currently set to expire. Comm. Coluzzi had said she is not running. Those who filed are Timothy Bennett, current Comm. Richard Byrne, Suzanne Goode, Planning Comm. Rachel Macha…Read More
Rehoboth Announces Deadlines For Voters To Register, Candidates To File
The annual Rehoboth Beach elections will be held Saturday, August 14th. Deadlines have been announced for candidates to file and for voters to get registered. This year, two positions on the Board of Commissioners are up. Candidates who are interested in running must file a nominating petition by June 7th. Nominating petitions can be obtained…Read More
Incumbents Win in Close Dewey Beach Commissioner Race!
Another hotly contested Dewey Beach municipal campaign season came to an end today when the polls closed at 6 p.m. Ironically, the United Nations had declared Sept. 21 as the International Day of Peace. The winners in Dewey Beach are: Comm. Dale Cooke, Mayor TJ Redefer and Comm. Paul Bauer. Comm. Cooke was the top…Read More
Dewey Beach Campaign Season Heats Up!
It is still not too late to run for commissioner or register to vote in Dewey Beach! The deadline for both candidate filing and voter registration is this Thursday at 5 p.m. The election is Saturday, September 21. Here is the election calendar with more info. Joyce Pool said on Saturday that so far, only four candidates…Read More
Grove Park Canal Access Discussion with Rehoboth Commissioners Monday at 11am
The Rehoboth Commissioners will meet Monday at 11am to discuss the Grove Park Canal Access. The canal access would include a pier and dock that could accommodate 2 30-foot pontoon boats and a kayak/canoe launch. The access would create a western gateway to Rehoboth – while better connecting the City to Lewes, Dewey Beach and…Read More
Rehoboth Commissioners Change Regular Meeting Time & Approve Steve Elkins Way
The City of Rehoboth Beach approved two items of Old Business during Friday’s City Commissioners meeting. After quite a lot of discussion and seeing the option to change the meeting time for the Friday regular meeting from 7pm to 3pm. There was also discussion to move the meeting to Monday morning, but as it had…Read More
It’s Dewey Beach Election Day
Dewey Beach voters go to the polls today to elect 2 members to the Dewey Beach Commission. Incumbent Gary Persinger is challenged by newcomers David Moskowitz and William Stevens. Courtney Riordan did not run for re-election. The polls are open from 10 to 6pm at the Dewey Beach Lifesaving Station on Dagsworthy Avenue.Read More
Only 19 Days to Dewey Beach Election Day!
More than 60 people attended Saturday’s candidate forum in Dewey Beach at the Lions Club. Current Dewey Beach Commissioner Gary S. Persinger, on the far right, will be facing newcomers David Moskowitz, center, and William J. Stevens (click on the candidate names for their latest bios). James Petruccelli announced last week that he has decided…Read More
4 File for Dewey Beach Commissioner Race
Current Dewey Beach Commissioner Gary S. Persinger will be facing newcomers David Moskowitz, James Petruccelli and William J. Stevens for one of the two soon-to-be-open commissioner seats (click on the names for the bios). Comm. Courtney Riordan said he decided not to run again. The deadline to file was 5 p.m. this past Thursday. No…Read More
UPDATED: Dewey Beach Commission Introduce New Town Manager
UPDATED – Dewey Beach has a new town manager. During this week’s meeting Mayor T-J Redefer introduced the new person sitting at the side of the commissioners table as Scott Koenig – Dewey’s new town manager. Koenig was the top choice of the commission when they opted to begin contract talks with him last month. …Read More