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Links 1 through 10 of 90 by Mike Mahaffie tagged Dover

There still are a few seats available for the Dover/Kent County Metropolitan Planning Organization’s annual bus tour.

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The Dover City Council will vote Monday night on a proposal to rezone the DoveView Apartment complex in West Dover along Route 8.

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The Dover City Council approved plans Monday to more than double the size of the Dover Public Library, and city officials expect the $20.3 million project to be completed by September 2012.

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Planning Commission took steps to correct a Dover eyesore — the partially constructed DoveView Apartments — by voting to expand their use from just senior housing to all ages.

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The Technical Advisory Committee of the Dover/Kent County Metropolitan Planning Organization will have its regular bi-monthly meeting at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9, in Camden Town Council chambers on the main floor of the new Camden Town Hall.

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A Dover concrete and wood recycling plant that’s been a thorn in the side of neighbors and county officials for the better part of a decade will remain in operation with the blessing of Kent County Levy Court, despite the owner’s failure to comply with a lengthy list of zoning requirements.

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The [Dover] Planning Commission last week approved site plans for the new Dover High School to be constructed on Route 8, west of the city.

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Delaware’s population is now nearly 900,000. Kent County’s contribution to that number is a little more than 160,000, and could increase to more than 200,000 people by the year 2040.

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The finishing touches are being put on the Dover Transit hub today for its big unveiling Friday.

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The $4.5 million project, which was funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, features a 500-foot-long canopy at the customer boarding area of the transit hub at 410 W. Water St.

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