Millsboro Voters Re-elect Brad Cordrey to Town Council

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Every vote counted! Incumbent Brad Cordrey has been re-elected to the District 1 seat on the Millsboro Town Council in a very close vote. Cordrey got 23 votes to Kimberly Kaan’s 16 votes. Town manager Sheldon Hudson tells WGMD the town has never implemented absentee voting, so all votes were in-person by machine. In District…

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No Town Council Election in Millville in March

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There will not be a municipal election in March in Millville. Three seats were up for election on the Town Council – and three people filed for those seats. Incumbents Sharon Brienza and Barbara Ryer will return to the council along with Bob Wisgirda, who will fill the final seat. Peter Michel opted not to…

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Dewey Commissioner Candidates to Faceoff in Online Forum

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The deadline to file to run for commissioner in Dewey Beach was this past Thursday. The only three candidates running this year for the two seats are the two incumbents, Commissioners David Moskowitz and Gary S. Persinger, along with challenger William J. Stevens. All three candidates have a Facebook page and/or website and each has an email newsletter (contact…

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No Millville Town Council Election on March 7

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There will be no election this year for the Millville Town Council.  The only candidates who filed for the two open seats by Friday’s deadline were the incumbents – Steve Maneri and Ronald Belinko – who will retain their seats for another two years.  They will be sworn in at the March 10th Council meeting. 

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UPDATED: No Election in Ellendale in January

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There will NOT be an election in Ellendale on January 4th.  There were three seats up for election – and only three people filed.  Incumbents Virginia Weller and Tanya Mann will return to the council – Michael Burris did not file for another term, however his seat will be taken by newcomer Tamara Skis. The…

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Dagsboro Town Council Election Saturday

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Dagsboro voters go to the polls Saturday to elect three candidates to the town council.  Incumbents Brian Baull, Pat Miller and Theresa Ulrich are challenged by James Thompson for one of those seats.  The polls are open from 1 to 5pm at the Dagsboro Fire Hall on Clayton Street.

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Incumbents Win in Close Dewey Beach Commissioner Race!

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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…

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UPDATED: Fenwick Island Voters Elect 4 to Town Council

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UPDATED – 8/5/19 – The Fenwick Island Board of Elections has certified Saturday’s municipal election results. The organizational meeting, including the swearing in of the council members and the election of officers, will be held next Monday, August 12th at 1:30pm. =================================================== Fenwick Island voters have elected two new members to the town council and…

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No Slaughter Beach Municipal Election on July 6

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The deadline to file as a candidate for the Slaughter Beach town council was Friday – and Town Clerk, Kathy McFadden tells WGMD there will be no election on July 6th. There were two open seats and the two incumbents – Harry Ward and Rebecca Craft – were the only candidates who filed.  

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South Bethany Municipal Election Saturday

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Voters in South Bethany will go to the polls Saturday to elect 4 members to the town council.  Three 2-year seats are up for election – with Jane Bonbright, Laurence Budd and Darren Donohue challenging incumbents Richard Oliver, Carol Stevenson and Frank Weisgerber.  There is also one 1-year seat up for election – incumbent Gerald…

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No Georgetown Council Election on May 11

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Georgetown voters will not have an election on May 11.  The only candidates to file by last week’s filing deadline were First Ward incumbent Steve Hartstein and Second Ward incumbent Rebeca Johnson-Dennis.  They will return to the town council and be sworn in at the reorganization meeting on May 22.  

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Town of Wyoming Council Election Results

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The results are in following the Kent County town of Wyoming’s town council elections held on Saturday. With 155 total voters, 129 voted for incumbent Doug Denison, 94 votes were cast for incumbent Carlen Kenley and 79 votes were cast for Seth Greenberg. In the town’s election, the top two vote getters are elected, meaning…

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Mountaire Reviewing Hoosier Street Closure Options In Selbyville

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RELEASE FROM MOUNTAIRE FARMS:  At the request of the Selbyville Town Council, Mountaire Farms has been reviewing options for traffic flow on Hoosier Street, where the company’s processing plant is located. Although the company has been following the same process for decades, the town has raised concerns about live haul trucks backing across Hoosier Street…

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UPDATED: Dagsboro Voters Send Truitt & Chandler Back to Town Council

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UPDATED – Voters in Dagsboro have sent both incumbents back to the town council.  Norwood Truitt received the most votes with 69 followed by William Chandler with 62.  James Thompson received 21 votes. Truitt and Chandler will serve another 2 years each on the town council.  The next town council meeting is Tuesday, December 17th…

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4 File for Dewey Beach Commissioner Race

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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…

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Fenwick Island Approves Gross Rental Receipts Increase; No Election in August

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The Fenwick Island town council has approved an increase in gross rental receipts tax.  A first reading was approved last month. The ordinance change includes a .5% tax increase for the rental of rooms in any motel or hotel in the commercial zone, for the rental of single-family units and non-conforming dwellings in the commercial…

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UPDATED: Greenwood Residents Elect 3 to Town Council

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UPDATED – 7:35pm – Residents in Greenwood have opted for a change in the town council.  Voters have elected incumbents Willard Russell and Donald Torbert and challenger Norman Reed who were the top three vote-getters Saturday.  The unofficial tally has Willard Russell with 64 votes, Donald Torbert with 55, Norman Reed garnered 49 votes and…

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