The Joint Finance Committee (JFC) of the Delaware State Legislature approved a plan for the expenditure of settlement funds to address policing efforts in Delaware’s two largest cities.
Governor Markell announced that the state will honor the late Beau Biden, a former Attorney General and a Major in the Army National Guard, by naming Delaware’s Armed Forces Reserved Center after him.
The Delaware Senate confirmed the nomination of Jim Mosely to serve as Secretary of the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security, succeeding Lew Schiliro, who announced his plans to retire.
Safety and Homeland Security Secretary Lew Schiliro to Leave Administration after Successful Tenure Marked by Increased Public Safety Measures Statewide
After leading the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security for more than six years, Secretary Lew Schiliro, an original member of Governor Markell’s cabinet, announced his plans to retire.
Building on his initiative to make Delaware a more walkable and bikeable state, Governor Markell announced an Executive Order to increase safety, accessibility, and connectedness of pedestrian paths throughout the state.