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Links 1 through 10 of 218 by Mike Mahaffie tagged KentCounty

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

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Kent County Levy Court approved construction of a 150-foot cell tower south of Rising Sun last week after tabling the project in response to residents’ concerns.

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For the first time in recent memory, the committee charged with redrawing the election district lines for Kent County Levy Court will have one member that is not affiliated with either major political party.

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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 Kent County Levy Court voted 5-2 on Feb. 22 to table an application for a Verizon Wireless Cell Tower on the southeast side of Walnut Shade Road in Camden after concerns were raised over the proposed location of the tower.

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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 [Kent Co.] Regional Planning Commission will take action ... at its business meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 10, in the Levy Court Chambers, Room 203, Kent County Complex, 555 Bay Road, Dover.

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A local developer has sued the state’s two top environmental officials after they decided not to permit construction of a wastewater treatment plant meant to serve a planned 132-home development near the town of Leipsic.

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