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Links 1 through 10 of 403 by Mike Mahaffie tagged politics

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New Castle County faces seven-figure budget shortfalls, contentious development projects and an ongoing controversy about the new county executive's wife, who is a prominent attorney with clients in need of government approvals.

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Pamela J. Scott, the wife of New Castle County Executive Paul Clark, announced in a letter submitted Friday to The News Journal that she will be resigning from her position as a land-use attorney, addressing lingering questions about potential conflicts of interest with her husband.

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Short of New Castle County Executive Paul Clark or his attorney wife Pam Scott resigning from their jobs, there is no way to prevent potential conflicts or appearances of improprieties as he runs the county while she represents powerful real estate developers in need of government approvals.

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A blog post on redistricting, the 2010 Census data, and the politics of it all.

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New Castle County Executive Paul Clark on Friday ordered county employees to exclude him from all land-use cases handled by his wife’s law firm, Saul Ewing LLP, which is seen as the go-to firm in New Castle County for getting real estate development deals done.

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