Continuing the state’s commitment to increasing access to post-secondary education and training, Governor Markell, the University of Delaware, and Delaware State University have announced that the schools will waive their college application fees for Delaware’s high school seniors when they apply during College Application Month (CAM), which runs through November 21, 2014.
Governor Jack Markell joined Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA) Director Anas Ben Addi, Representative Stephanie Bolden, in addition to representatives from the City of Wilmington, The Michaels Development Company, Bank of America and Architectural Alliance, for a tour of Jazz Court Apartments, a new affordable 44-unit three-story apartment building located in Wilmington. This project is part of a master plan created by Banc of America Community Development Corporation and its development partners, utilizing a former Brownfield site remediated and donated by Bank of America to its partners. The project will also include 17 homeownership townhomes to be built by Inter-Neighborhood Foundation and Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County.
The Delaware Division of Libraries is pleased to announce the Official Launch of Delaware Libraries Inspiration Space was held at the Wilmington Public Library.
The Delaware Department of Insurance is in receipt of Delaware Compensation Rating Bureau filing No. 1404, which indicates a decrease in both the voluntary loss cost and residual market rate for workers’ compensation insurance for 2015. Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart is encouraged that DCRB’s initial indicated rates reflect a decrease.
Only four projects in the entire nation were honored with the award in 2014.
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