Posts Tagged With: “Milton”


Reminder: Clear Snow and Ice from Sidewalks


For the safety of pedestrians, snow and ice must be removed from sidewalks in the public right-of-way within 24 hours after snow ceases.  When removing snow from the sidewalks, do not push or throw the snow or ice into the streets. § 183-54. Responsibility for removal of snow; violations and penalties. It shall be unlawful for […]



Winterization Tips and Tricks


From the Desk of the Public Works Supervisor Plumbing Winterization Tips and Tricks Don’t let frozen water pipes leave you out in the cold this winter.  Cold weather means frozen water and that could mean busted pipes and other major plumbing headaches and expenses. If a pipe bursts in your home, it could spill several […]



History of Milton


“MILTON, only 7 miles from the Delaware Bay in a direct line but many more by the convoluted Broadkill, is one of the little old Delaware towns that prospered through shipbuilding and shipping in the 19 century. The shipyards have long ago disappeared from the foot of Union and Federal Streets… The business section displays […]



Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Roadshow


Below is an attachment of the Freedom of Information Act Roadshow presentation given by Deputy Attorney General Edward Black December 8, 2014. Overview: Delaware’s Freedom of Information Act Open Records Provisions What documents must be made available for public inspection? Open Meeting Provisions What meetings and discussions must be open to the public? Education (effective July […]



Milton town clerk named Delaware’s Clerk of the Year


Kristy Rogers earns recognition for public service By Maddy Lauria | Oct 06, 2014 MILTON — When Milton Town Clerk Kristy Rogers was appointed to take over town manager duties a year ago, she didn’t do it for the recognition. Her hard work has paid off, though, as she earned the title of Clerk of the […]



Delaware Beach Life, featured Milton in “Home-Style History”


In the July issue of Delaware Beach Life, Milton was featured in “Home-Style History”:   Excerpt: Situated on the banks of the Broadkill River, Milton is not unlike most old towns. Its history is rich, and various industries — from shipping and shipbuilding to button-making and canning —shaped its demographics, culture and architecture. What is […]



Choose Milton


Town of Milton “Start a Business” Process The Town of Milton is undergoing a transformation and business owners are beginning to view Milton as a place of growth and opportunity.  There are prime available storefronts located in the heart of the downtown for a variety of businesses. As a result, the Town has documented the […]



Annual Drinking Water Quality Report


The Town of Milton has completed the Annual Water Quality Report for the calendar year of 2012. This report provides answers to questions such as “Where does our water come from?” and “How do I get involved?”. The Town of Milton had no drinking water violations related to contaminants monitored by federal and state requirements. […]



Homecoming in Milton…in West of Scotland!


A special invitation has been extended by Stuart McMillan, Member of the Scottish Parliament. Homecoming Scotland 2014 promises to be great affair! Excerpt: I write to you as your town shares its name with Milton, within the West of Scotland which I represent. Scotland’s 2009 year of homecoming was a great success, and so the […]



Delmarva Power Schedules Electric Reliability Improvements


Residents of Atlantic Street (between Federal Street and Front Street), Chestnut Street (between Rt. 5 and Chandler Street) and Mulberry Street (between H.O. Brittingham Street and Federal Street) will see Delmarva Power and contractors working on the poles and lines in their neighborhood starting this week. The work is designed to improve the reliability of […]