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Governor, Department of Correction, educators celebrate graduation of 10 offenders from new culinary certification program

Governor Jack Markell, Department of Correction administrators, and representatives from Delaware Technical Community College celebrated the graduation of 10 offenders from the Sussex Community Corrections Center (SCCC) who completed the culinary program offered at its newly renovated training facility.




Governor Markell Recognizes 150th Anniversary of 13th Amendment, Announces Effort with Legislature to Apologize for State’s Role in Slavery

Joined by state legislators, community advocates and local parishioners during a worship service at Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Governor Markell recognized the 150th anniversary of the ratification of the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to legally abolish slavery.




Governor’s Statement on JFC Approval of Bank Settlement Funds for Policing Efforts

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.




FERC Agrees with Governor Markell: Artificial Island Cost Allocation to Delaware Not “Just and Reasonable”

In a ruling favoring Delaware residents and businesses, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) concluded that power grid manager PJM’s plans to impose on Delaware residents the cost of constructing a more than $100 million transmission line from the nuclear facilities at Artificial Island across the Delaware River “have not been shown to be just and reasonable, and may be unjust, unreasonable, or unduly discriminatory or preferential.”




Governor Markell pardons Conductor on the Underground Railroad Samuel D. Burris

In an effort to right a historic injustice, Governor Jack Markell issued a pardon for Samuel D. Burris, a free black man from Delaware, who, on Nov. 2, 1847, was convicted of aiding slaves escaping from their owners.







 Pages Tagged With: "ResponsibleGovernment"

Governor, Department of Correction, educators celebrate graduation of 10 offenders from new culinary certification program

Governor Jack Markell, Department of Correction administrators, and representatives from Delaware Technical Community College celebrated the graduation of 10 offenders from the Sussex Community Corrections Center (SCCC) who completed the culinary program offered at its newly renovated training facility.




Governor Markell Recognizes 150th Anniversary of 13th Amendment, Announces Effort with Legislature to Apologize for State’s Role in Slavery

Joined by state legislators, community advocates and local parishioners during a worship service at Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Governor Markell recognized the 150th anniversary of the ratification of the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to legally abolish slavery.




Governor’s Statement on JFC Approval of Bank Settlement Funds for Policing Efforts

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.




FERC Agrees with Governor Markell: Artificial Island Cost Allocation to Delaware Not “Just and Reasonable”

In a ruling favoring Delaware residents and businesses, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) concluded that power grid manager PJM’s plans to impose on Delaware residents the cost of constructing a more than $100 million transmission line from the nuclear facilities at Artificial Island across the Delaware River “have not been shown to be just and reasonable, and may be unjust, unreasonable, or unduly discriminatory or preferential.”




Governor Markell pardons Conductor on the Underground Railroad Samuel D. Burris

In an effort to right a historic injustice, Governor Jack Markell issued a pardon for Samuel D. Burris, a free black man from Delaware, who, on Nov. 2, 1847, was convicted of aiding slaves escaping from their owners.