Sussex County Engineer, Hans Medlarz, Announces His Retirement

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The Sussex County Council held its final meeting of 2023, but the story of the day was what didn’t take place in the Council Chambers. A release from the County government has announced the upcoming retirement of County Engineer Hans Medlarz. Medlarz, who has been the County Engineer since 2015, says that he will retire…

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Milton Women is Sussex County’s 2023 Employee of the Year

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Sussex County’s 2023 Employee of the year is Lindsay Behney of Milton. Behney, who works in the Register of Wills office, was a 4th quarter honorable mention and received her honors on Friday during the annual Mildred King Luncheon which celebrates the county’s approximately 550 employees. Additional information from the Sussex County Government: Ms. Behney…

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Ribbon Cut Tuesday on Expanded & Re-christened Sussex County EOC

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That C now stands for Complex – not Center as in the past. Over the past two years, the Sussex County Emergency Operations Complex near Georgetown has been a construction project. Tuesday morning before the weekly County Council meeting, The Council and other county officials cut the ribbon on the $12-million expansion to the facility…

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UPDATED: Sussex County Council Honors County Paramedics Team that Won Gold at JEMS

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UPDATED – 06/06/23 – During this week’s Sussex County Council meeting, the SCEMS Team was honored by the Council for winning gold at the JEMS Competition in Indianapolis in April. ============================================================= ORIGINAL STORY – A Sussex County Emergency Medical Services team has won gold and the 2023 Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS) Games in…

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Recovery Resources for Sussex County Tornado

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“Care4Sussex” can offer help to those affected by the April 1 deadly tornado in Sussex County. Delaware 211 is a resource center powered by United Way of Delaware. Dial 2-1-1, call 1-800-560-3372, or text your zip code to 898211 after 8 a.m. on April 10. FROM THE DEMA WEBSITE: To aid in the ongoing recovery…

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Donald Clark Named Sussex County Employee of the Year

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Sussex County held the annual Mildred King Luncheon last Friday and during the festivities announced the employee of the year. It is Donald Clark of Millsboro, who was an honorable mention in the fourth quarter. Clark is the assistant district manager at the South Coastal Regional Wastewater Facility near Bethany Beach and fashioned a set…

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Community Resource Meeting in Milton Thursday

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There will be a Community Resource meeting Thursday at Milton Elementary School from 6 to 8pm in the auditorium. The meeting is designed to raise public awareness about certain services that are available to residents and communities of Sussex County. There will be representatives from the Delaware State Police, Department of Justice’s Community Ombudsperson’s Office,…

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Sussex County Launches Financial Transparency Portal

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Sussex County is putting it all out there when it comes to its finances. County Finance Director Gina A. Jennings on Tuesday, March 8, 2022, unveiled to County Council a new financial information portal on the County’s website that allows users to see how the County is spending taxpayer money. Users can search information on…

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Ribbon Cutting Friday for New Seaford Area Medic Station

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Sussex County’s paramedics have a new base of operations in the fight to save lives on the western front. Sussex County officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, June 25, 2021, to celebrate the grand opening of the new Medic 110/EMS 200 (Western District Supervisor) station, at the corner of U.S. Route 13 and Swain…

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Sussex County Government Suspends Public Hearings Indefinitely

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The Sussex County Government has suspended all public hearings indefinitely. Public hearings for ordinances, land use applications and other matters requiring citizen comment that have already been scheduled before the County Council, Planning & Zoning and Board of Adjustment have been suspended – and no new hearings will be scheduled for any County public body…

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Sussex County Modifies Operations Beginning Thursday

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Sussex County government continues to deliver services to the public, but significant modifications to day-to-day operations, including ending public access to all County facilities, suspending marriage ceremonies, and halting cash payments, are some of the exceptional steps being implemented as Delaware responds to the COVID-19 pandemic affecting populations around the world. Effective Thursday, March 19,…

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