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Town of Millville Coronavirus Statement – Town Hall Office OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Date Posted: Friday, December 4th, 2020

TOWN HALL OFFICE OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY — EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 25, 2020 Based on recent recommendation from the State of Delaware and Delaware public health experts, the Town of Millville is implementing the following measures for the safety of the public and to slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19): Until further notice the Town of Millville Town Hall will only be open by appointment; otherwise, the building will be closed to the general public. The Town Manager, in consultation with the Mayor, will evaluate continued office closure as needed, and will determine when the building will fully reopen to the public. Town staff will continue to work on site while the offices remain closed to the public. If you wish to schedule an appointment to speak to a staff member in person, you may call Town Hall at 302-539-0449 to schedule an appointment. Or if you simply have a question […]



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DE House of Representatives Newsletter

Date Posted: Thursday, February 25th, 2021

In the Delaware House of Representatives Newsletter: Eligibility Expanded at the Dover Downs FEMA Event For Those Seeking Second Vaccine Shot; Appointments Now Open to Those Who Received Their First Dose On or Before January 29, From Any Provider To view the newsletter, please click here.



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Public Hearing Notice for Resolution 21-20 for 3/9/21 Town Council Webinar Meeting

Date Posted: Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, March 9, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. in the Town of Millville Municipal Building located at 36404 Club House Road, Millville, DE 19967, the Town Council of the Town of Millville will hold a public hearing to consider the following: Discuss and possible vote on Resolution 21-20, a Resolution to request reincorporation of the Charter of the Town of Millville.  Copies of the proposed Charter revisions may be examined on the Town website www.millville.delaware.gov under the “Council & P&Z Agendas and Packets” header and “March 9, 2021 Town Council Meeting” subheader, or examined at the address set forth above via scheduled appointment during normal business hours Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Written comments will be accepted prior to the hearing by 12 p.m. noon on Thursday, March 4, 2021. The own’s Regular Meeting of Town Council will follow immediately after […]



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DE House of Representatives Newsletter – Issue 500

Date Posted: Monday, February 22nd, 2021

In Issue 500 of the Delaware House of Representatives Newsletter: FEMA Second-Dose Opportunities Offered to Those That Received Their First Shot On or Before January 22 To view the newsletter, please click here.



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DE House of Representatives Newsletter – Issue 499

Date Posted: Wednesday, February 17th, 2021

In Issue 499 of the Delaware House of Representatives Newsletter: FEMA and DE Officials Opening COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic in Dover To view the newsletter, please click here.



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Town of Millville Employment Opportunity: Town Clerk

Date Posted: Tuesday, February 16th, 2021

The Town of Millville is looking for a qualified individual for the full-time position of Town Clerk.  The position also serves as the Administrative Assistant to the Town Manager.  Key responsibilities include: ensuring that meeting agendas and minutes of Town Council, Planning & Zoning Commission, Board of Adjustment, and Town committees are prepared, posted and published in a timely manner; maintaining the Town Code; ensuring that enacted ordinances are codified; maintaining the Town’s website; and publishing the Town’s Newsletter.  Municipal government experience is preferred.  The Town Clerk must attend evening meetings. The applicant must have a high school diploma.  An Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or Public Administration is preferred.  Work experience of at least five years as an Administrative Assistant or equivalent title, with at least three years of responsible clerical experience, is required.  In addition to these qualifications, applicants must have: a high level of ethics […]



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DE House of Representatives Newsletter – Issue 498

Date Posted: Tuesday, February 16th, 2021

In Issue 498 of the Delaware House of Representatives Newsletter: COVID-19 UPDATE: Hospitalizations and Other Metrics Trending Downward House, Senate Democrats Delayed in Drawing Maps Governor Carney Signs Law Setting 40% Renewable Energy Mandate Increasing Minimum Wage Paid to Waitstaff, Others Eliminating the Training Wage and Youth Wage Amending the Delaware Consumer Fraud Act To view the newsletter, please click here.



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DE House of Representatives Newsletter – Issue 497

Date Posted: Thursday, February 11th, 2021

In Issue 497 of the Delaware House of Representatives Newsletter: Registration Opens for Curative Second Dose COVID-19 Vaccination Events To view the newsletter, please click here.



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DE House of Representatives Newsletter – Issue 496

Date Posted: Wednesday, February 10th, 2021

In Issue 496 of the Delaware House of Representatives Newsletter: Plans for Administering Second Doses (of COVID Vaccine) Unveiled To view the newsletter, please click here.



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Notice of No Election for Town Council

Date Posted: Monday, February 8th, 2021

The Town of Millville received three applications from two current Council incumbents and one new applicant for the three open Council seats.  No election will be necessary and Sharon Brienza and Barbara Ryer will retain their seats on Council, with Robert Wisgirda filling the other vacancy.  All questions should be directed to Town Hall, 36404 Club House Road, Millville, DE  19967, or by calling (302) 539-0449. To view the official announcement, please click here.



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Governor Carney, DPH, DEMA Announce Expansion of COVID-19 Vaccination Program

Date Posted: Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021

Governor John Carney, the Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH), and the Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, announced an expansion of Delaware’s COVID-19 vaccination program with a statewide focus on vaccinating Delawareans in underserved, minority communities.   Over the last two weeks, the state has piloted a series of efforts aimed at vaccinating the hardest-to-reach seniors. This included partnering with community organizations to invite seniors to an event at Salesianum School and to an event at the Wilmington campus of Delaware Technical Community College hosted by Vault. This past weekend, the state reached out to seniors, including those in low-income communities, to provide them appointments to a vaccination event at the Chase Center in Wilmington.   As of Monday, February 1, the State of Delaware and its partners had administered 103,791 COVID-19 vaccinations. Despite state and partner efforts, just 4 percent of those vaccinated are Black, […]



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