Homecoming in Milton…in West of Scotland!

Date Posted: Friday, May 10th, 2013

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 year 2014 has been designated by the Scottish Government and its agencies as the next year of Homecoming in Scotland. Homecoming Scotland 2014 aims to motivate the Scottish diaspora, as well as those who simply love Scotland, to “come home” in 2014 and take part in an inspirational celebration of the very best of Scotland’s food and drink, fantastic active and natural resources, creativity, and cultural and ancestral heritage… To read the full letter click here.  



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Delmarva Power Schedules Electric Reliability Improvements

Date Posted: Monday, April 22nd, 2013

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 your service. Delmarva Power electric reliability improvements in Milton area Beginning in late April 2013, Delmarva Power will begin electric reliability improvements in the Town of Milton with projected completion by the end of the year. These upgrades on the Delmarva Power overhead electric distribution system are designed to improve electric service for customers in the area and will occur along Atlantic, Chestnut and Mulberry Streets. This reliability project will be handled by Delmarva Power’s contract crews from Utility Lines Construction Services, Inc. Work will occur during normal daytime business hours. We will attempt to […]



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Milton Community Foundation partnership for Broadkill Water Quality

Date Posted: Monday, April 22nd, 2013

The Milton Community Foundation is partnering with the Town of Milton to improve the water quality of the Broadkill River. A 2010 grant to implement best management practices for storm water has brought rain gardens to the watershed. The rain gardens diminish pollution in the river and provide an attractive and educational habitat for selected plants. Local rain gardens can be found at H.O. Brittingham Elementary School and on the north side of the Milton Public Library. Another rain garden will soon be created in the traffic “island” behind the Library in Memorial Park. The grant proposal (Broadkill Grant Proposal for Rain Gardens) details the objectives and progress to date (CWQIG Final Report-Milton Rain Gardens) was recently reported by the University of Delaware advisor to this project. In March, the Town Manager provided a summary of the next steps (Rain Garden Proposal March 2013). A site plan (Rain Garden Milton […]



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