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CAPE GAZETI - Friday, January 12 -Monday, January 15, 2007 - 9 Milton mayor reflects on past year: town .saved money Personal attacks still Rage. Members also voted to • approve a franchise agreement concern Don Post with Chesapeake Utilities for nat- ural gas, service and the first By RosannePack Milton citizen of the yar was rec- Cape Gazette staff ogmzed. In the first meeting of 2007, Milton Town Council heard from However, before any of that two area citizens who want to transpired, council and residents build a working boat that will attending the Jan. 8 meeting heard reflect the town's history and her- a lengthy commentary from Milton approves franchise with Chesapeake Utilities FOIA complaint ing the utility company to Supply natural gas to new developments remains unresolved in Milton. However, the agree- By Rosanne Pack ment is nonexclusive. Other natu- Cape Gazette staff ral gas providers can also seek Milton Town Council on Jan. 8 approval for serving Milton approved a. franchise agreement developments. Chesapeake will with Chesapeake Utilities, allow- Continued on page 15 Assembly part of Milford. Phone: 302-744-4119. Rep. Gerald Hocker, R-Ocean Continued from page 8 View, is the third member of the House in 2002 in the 14th District. class of 2002 elected to the House The retired Delaware State Police in the 38th District, which captain represents residents in includes part of Selbyville, Ocean Henlopen Acres, Rehoboth, see- View, Fenwick Island, South tions of Lewes, and the unincor- Bethany, Dewey Beach, and porated area west of Rehoboth to Bethany Beach. Hocker owns Camp Arrowhead Road. G&E and Hooker's Grocery Store Phone: 302-744-4351. and C&E Hardware. Rep. George Carey, R-Milford, Phone: 302-744-4381. is starting his 23rd year in the Rep. John Atkins, R-Millsboro, House, getting elected in 1984 in is the fourth member of the class the36th District. of 2002 representing the 41st The president of Carey Farms District, which includes Inc., represents residents in unin- Millsboro, Dagsboro, part of corporated Lewes, Milton, Selbyville, and Long Neck. Ellendale, Slaughter Beach, and Atldns owns Blue Hen Disposal. Mayor Don Post on his first nine months as mayor. In his remarks, which can be read in entirety on the town website, www.ci.mit-; ton.de.us, he accused a select few people of waging a campaign to undermine the Current govern- ment. The audience remained silent as Post read off numerous allegations that included having meeting rain -. utes stolen from Town Hall, hav- ing a tire slashed on his personal car and being the subject of an ongoing series of derogatory list- ings on a blog site. He said anonymous bloggers referred to one town official as a Judas goat, which he admitted he had to look up to learn that it meant one goat that leads .others to slaughter. He called those who resort to such anonymous b!ogs cowards. Post said the current mayor and council were criticized for follow- irig the same policies as previous elected officials followed for years in methods of filling town committee positions and naming replacements to unf'mished coun- cil terms. He said the budgetary and decision-malting methods the current elected body uses are more open and transparent than those used by previous administrations. In listing accomplishments of the town since April 2006, the mayor included purchasing and furnishing the new Town Hall for $750,000. He said drapes were purchased from J.C. Permey at a 50 percent off sale price and hung by town officials. Furniture was purchased at 60 percent off from a state-approvedvendor. Post also touched on plans to privatize the sewer construction and operation, which he said saved tax payers' from having to vote on borrowing up to $20 mil- lion. He said when contract specifies are made public, resi- dents will understand the wisdom of the choices that mayor and council have made. He praised current town employees, noting the town manager and other staff are dedicated to helping all.Milton move forward. 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