Cape Gazette: Milton’s Kristy Rogers named town manager of the year

Date Posted: Thursday, October 17th, 2019

Milton’s Kristy Rogers named town manager of the year Native Sussex Countian has served in post since 2016 Milton Town Manager Kristy Rogers was named Delaware League of Local Government’s town manager of the year. A native Sussex Countian, Rogers has served as Milton’s town manager since 2016. RYAN MAVITY PHOTO Ryan Mavity October 17, 2019 Delaware League of Local Governments has named Milton Town Manager Kristy Rogers as the state’s town manager of the year. Rogers has been Milton’s town manager since 2016, although she has served in town government since 2011. She received the award at the league’s Sept. 26 annual meeting. Rogers said she feels the honor is a validation of how well the town has been performing. “It’s been very important to me to reestablish community connections and community relationships and working with all the nonprofits, businesses and residents,” she said. “I was so surprised to […]



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Sussex County News Release: 2019 Hurricane Season

Date Posted: Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

Sussex County emergency officials stress preparation as 2019 hurricane season gets underway   Forecasters predict ‘near-normal’ storm season, just days after first tropical system forms off southeastern U.S. coast   FOR IMMEDIATE                                                                               1130 Hours, Thursday RELEASE                                                                                                              May 23, 2019   June is the season of commencements, from graduations to wedded bliss. But it also marks another beginning, one more ominous: the start of the Atlantic hurricane season. Still, just like taking those first steps into a new phase of life, be it as a graduate or as a newlywed, the start of hurricane season serves as a reminder that preparedness for the challenges ahead is a must to help ensure success.   As the six-month-long season officially gets underway June 1, the Sussex County Emergency Operations Center is stressing to the public the need to be ready ahead of the forecast. Preparation is critical to […]



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Partnership with DNREC – Mosquito Control

Date Posted: Monday, March 25th, 2019

The Town of Milton partners with Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC), Mosquito Control section for the spraying of mosquitoes.  To follow is the message received from DNREC-MOSQUITO CONTROL: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Weather permitting, the Delaware Mosquito Control Section plans the following insecticide application(s) during the evening hours on September 26, 2019: A message from DNREC-MOSQUITO CONTROL Weather permitting, the Delaware Mosquito Control Section is planning an insecticide application of Anvil 10+10 (sumithrin/PBO) within a zone or zones you have subscribed to within the Delaware Notification Service.  This application will occur during evening hours tonight with a truck mounted sprayer to control adult mosquitoes. All insecticides to be used are registered with the USEPA for mosquito control and will be applied according to USEPA approved label instructions. The USEPA has determined that the insecticides to be used do not pose unreasonable risks to human health, wildlife, or the environment. For further information, please visit the Mosquito […]



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Milton’s Certified Comprehensive Plan

Date Posted: Monday, January 14th, 2019

Click to view the 2018, Certified Comprehensive Plan: Milton Comprehensive Plan 2018 – Certified



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Press Release: Candidates deemed elected for 2019 Annual Municipal Election

Date Posted: Thursday, January 3rd, 2019

For immediate release: January 3, 2019   TOWN OF MILTON 2019 Annual Municipal Election   The 2019 Annual Municipal Election candidate filing deadline was Wednesday, January 2, at 5:00 p.m.  This year’s Election was open for Mayor and two Town Council seats.  One citizen declared candidacy for Mayor: Theodore Kanakos.  Two citizens declared their candidacy for Town Council: Michael Cote and James Garde.   In accordance with Town Charter Section 7(l), which reads “In the event that only one person files for an office for which an election is to be held within the time set forth in Section 6 of this Charter, the person who files shall be deemed to be elected for a full term and it shall not be necessary to have an election”, there will not be an Annual Election.   Incumbent Mayor Ted Kanakos, and incumbent Councilmen Michael Cote and James Garde are deemed elected. […]



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Hurricane Preparedness Information

Date Posted: Monday, September 10th, 2018

Red Cross: Get Ready for Disasters Hurricane Preparedness Pet Preparedness Tips Red Cross Disaster Preparedness Checklist



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Chesapeake Utilities, Natural Gas Expansion Survey – survey closes October 19th!

Date Posted: Tuesday, July 31st, 2018

Thank you to those that have completed the Chesapeake Utilities, Natural Gas Expansion survey for the Town of Milton.  So far, we have received approximately 215 responses. The survey will be available until Friday, October 19th.  Please take a couple seconds to complete the survey on your interest in natural gas.  This survey is not a binding commitment, but rather determining interest should natural gas be available. Without your response, the Town and Chesapeake are unable to conclude the community’s interest in natural gas. Here is the link:  http://www.chpkgas.com/      



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Water System Improvements Referendum – July 21, 2018: Updated with Referendum Results

Date Posted: Monday, June 18th, 2018

REFERENDUM RESULTS: 531 Total Votes; 493 In Support and 38 Against     WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS REFERENDUM Saturday, July 21, 2018 Milton Town Hall 8:00am – 6:00 pm   Notice is hereby given to the residents and to the property owners, including revocable trusts, partnerships and corporations, of the Town of Milton that a referendum for the purpose of voting for or against the borrowing of up to $895,000.00 on the full faith, credit and taxing power of the town.   The borrowing of $895,000.00 is a total of two loans: one loan in the amount of $500,000.00 to fund the Shipbuilders Well and Treatment Facility; and one loan in the amount of $395,000.00 to fund the Wagamons Water Main Extension.  Please note that the inclusion of Shipbuilders and Wagamons in the project titles merely represents location.  The two projects increase town-wide resilience, drinking water quality, fire flow, and the ability […]



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2018 Water System Improvements and Information Sessions for Referendum

Date Posted: Monday, May 7th, 2018

2018 Water System Improvements and Information Sessions for Referendum In 2015, the Town of Milton received a Drinking Water Planning Grant to map and model the water system, and develop a report of water system improvements to increase resilience, fire flow, and the ability to operate during and after a large storm event. After completion of the mapping and modeling of the water system, scenarios were conducted in the water model.  The following water system improvements were the results and recommendations of the water system model: Install the Wagamons water main extension Install a new well and treatment facility Build a new storage facility Replace failing water mains, along Atlantic Avenue / Bay Avenue Chestnut Street Route 16, Atlantic Street, and Orchard / Union Streets Improve low flow hydrants With much consideration of the Drinking Water Planning Grant report and recommendations, all projects were submitted to Delaware Department of Natural […]



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Milton – 2nd Safest City in Delaware

Date Posted: Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

I am extremely proud to announce that Milton has been named by SafeWise as the 2nd Safest City in Delaware. We were 8th in 2016, and 4th in 2017. (Stats are based upon the crimes from the previous year). Our staff is committed to excellence and we are determined to be the Number 1 Safest City in Delaware. I must say THANK YOU to my staff, our citizens, businesses, houses of worship, schools, town employees, town elected officials and allied agencies. We believe we will accomplish this goal with the continued proactive partnerships we have established within our community. Milton PD sends our congratulations to all those who made the Top 10. Sincerely, Robert J. Longo Chief of Police Milton Police Department   https://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-delaware/



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