Seaford Votes To Stay Enforcement Of Fetal Remains Ordinance

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Seaford city officials will ‘stay’ the enforcement of an ordinance that would regulate the disposal of fetal remains following an abortion that’s conducted within the city. Council members and the mayor met Thursday in a special session. Potential legal action against the city was also discussed during an executive session. “The motion that is going…

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New Seaford Park Also Honors Region’s Heritage

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The new Oyster House Park in Seaford is opening up, giving more locals citizens and visitors access to the Nanticoke River, while exploring the area’s history. The ribbon was cut at the park at the site of the old J.B. Robinson Oyster House Thursday. Construction began in December 2020 and focused on enhancing access to…

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Western Sussex Business Campus Proposed In Seaford

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A tract of land on the northern side of Seaford will be developed into a business campus under a cooperative arrangement between the city, Sussex County, the State of Delaware and a private developer. Officials said the project has the proposal to attract new companies and create dozens of jobs while providing direct and indirect…

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Work Starts On Seaford Riverfront Projects

(Left: Randall Larrimore, Chair of the Board of Directors, Chesapeake Conservancy, and Right: Seaford Mayor David Genshaw) Photo by Trisha Newcomer/City of Seaford
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A revitalization project is underway at the old J.B. Robinson Oyster House site along the Seaford River Walk. The National Park Service and the Chesapeake Conservancy plan to rebuild the bulkhead to stabilize the shoreline. Other plans include a performance deck, boat docking facilities, a kayak launch and the planting of a “living shoreline” along…

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After jobs left, Seaford looking to right-to-work

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The City of Seaford is open for business, and everyone has a right to work. Yesterday, Mayor David Genshaw and other city officials unveiled the nation’s first right-to-work ordinance enacted by any municipality above the Mason-Dixon Line. Mayor Genshaw says the only reason he and his colleagues come to work is to help Seaford and…

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