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Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs Hosts VAMC-Wilmington Town Hall Meeting

Dover – Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs hosts the Wilmington VAMC for a Town Hall Meeting November 20, 2014. The meeting will be held at 12 p.m., Kent County Administration Building and Levy Court, 555 Bay Rd., Dover, DE. “These meetings are designed to allow feedback from Veterans, family members and other stakeholders,” said Robin […]




Delaware Forest Service awards over $47,000 in urban and community grants

The Delaware Forest Service’s Urban and Community Forestry Program is awarding over $47,000 in competitive grants to fund 14 community-based tree projects in all three Delaware counties. This year, more than half of the successful projects – a total of $29,429.35 – addressed tree management issues such as the removal of hazardous trees. Overall, 11 projects were funded in New Castle County, one in Kent County, and two in Sussex County.




Delaware Libraries Launch Inspiration Spaces

The Delaware Division of Libraries is pleased to announce the Official Launch of Delaware Libraries Inspiration Space was held at the Wilmington Public Library.




DNREC announces preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps for portions of Kent County now available from FEMA

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has announced that preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps for portions of Kent County have been released by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The preliminary maps are available online at www.rampp-team.com/de.htm




Delaware Forest Service offers “Trees for the Bay” in partnership with DNREC’s rain barrel program

In partnership with DNREC’s Division of Watershed Stewardship’s rain barrels program, the Delaware Forest Service is inviting residents of Delaware communities within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed to “buy a rain barrel … get a free tree” through the Forest Service’s new “Trees for the Bay” program.







 Pages Tagged With: "Kent County"

Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs Hosts VAMC-Wilmington Town Hall Meeting

Dover – Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs hosts the Wilmington VAMC for a Town Hall Meeting November 20, 2014. The meeting will be held at 12 p.m., Kent County Administration Building and Levy Court, 555 Bay Rd., Dover, DE. “These meetings are designed to allow feedback from Veterans, family members and other stakeholders,” said Robin […]




Delaware Forest Service awards over $47,000 in urban and community grants

The Delaware Forest Service’s Urban and Community Forestry Program is awarding over $47,000 in competitive grants to fund 14 community-based tree projects in all three Delaware counties. This year, more than half of the successful projects – a total of $29,429.35 – addressed tree management issues such as the removal of hazardous trees. Overall, 11 projects were funded in New Castle County, one in Kent County, and two in Sussex County.




Delaware Libraries Launch Inspiration Spaces

The Delaware Division of Libraries is pleased to announce the Official Launch of Delaware Libraries Inspiration Space was held at the Wilmington Public Library.




DNREC announces preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps for portions of Kent County now available from FEMA

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has announced that preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps for portions of Kent County have been released by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The preliminary maps are available online at www.rampp-team.com/de.htm




Delaware Forest Service offers “Trees for the Bay” in partnership with DNREC’s rain barrel program

In partnership with DNREC’s Division of Watershed Stewardship’s rain barrels program, the Delaware Forest Service is inviting residents of Delaware communities within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed to “buy a rain barrel … get a free tree” through the Forest Service’s new “Trees for the Bay” program.