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Archive -- 2007

 
January
 

Removal of tax-rate cap is start of a challenging process

Some county employees may not get pay raises

Superintendent sets ambitious agenda for himself

  Memos at Random
 

Commentary

February
 

Exec said he'll do what's needed to avert budget crisis

Accessory dwelling units seen broadening housing options

Site of past development battle expected to be serene this time

 

Memos at Random

 

Commentary

March
 

Two questions will be on the Brandywine referendum ballot

Requested county budget seen bettering fiscal health

  Memos at Random
April
 

Brandywine voters nix proposed tax increase

Rejection of Brandywine tax likely to result in drastic cuts

 

Memos at Random

 

Commentary

May
 

Brandywine will ask voters for a smaller tax increase

School closure, sooner or later, looms in Brandywine's future

County tax increase not yet a done deal

Brandywine looking at likely closure candidates

With tax hike in hand, county finance issue heads to Dover

  Memos at Random
  Commentary
June
 

Brandywine schools staff savors voters' endorsement

Claymont to reach a milestone with development plan approval

Gilbert and Doorey complete service on Brandywine board

  Memos at Random
  Commentary
July
  Historic properties may get resident curators

Financial panel seeks to rein in county spending

  Memos at Random
August
 

Ordinance would reduce seniors' tax exemptions

Schools  budget provides financial breathing room

Arden Fair comes around for the one-hundredth time

 

Memos at Random

September
 

Brandywine initiates school-closing process

Tax exemption ordinance to return for a second round

New version of tax benefit measure ready for Council

 

Memos at Random

October

 

Shopping center plan runs into a barrage of flak

Brumskill prepared to weather expected school-closing storm

Police force undermanned and already over budget

'Affordable housing' ordinance unveiled

'Teacher of the Year' was born to teaching

 

Memos at Random

November

 

Land Use rolls out drastically revised housing ordinance

Senator right at home with solar energy

 

Memos at Random

  Commentary
December
  Proposed housing ordinance will be further modified

Advisory committee receives school closing scenarios

Darley Road and Hanby are likely school-closure targets

Planning Board endorses 'affordable' housing law

Special-education students fully integrated at Concord High

 

Memos at Random

   
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