Between May of 1997 and March of 2008 (over 10 years), Delaware’s unemployment rate was between 3 and 4%. But for the last four years, unemployment has stubbornly...
Upcoming Events In New Castle, Kent and Cecil Counties
Complete Communities Delaware 2012 Summit - November 13, 8:30AM-4 p.m. Dover Downs Hotel & Casino. This event will bring together local, regional, and national private- and public-sector leaders, as well as community stakeholders, to discuss opportunities and issues related to complete communities in Delaware.
Capital City Trail Public Workshop - November 14, 4-7 p.m. The New City of Dover Library- Large Meeting Room, 15 Loockerman Plaza, Dover. The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT), in conjunction with the City of Dover and the Dover/Kent County MPO, is developing design plans for a shared use pathway to connect the existing trails at Silver Lake Park and the Isaac Branch Greenway. The first phase of the project will extend from Public Safety Boulevard, along the west side of US 13, to the south side of Court Street and crossing in front of Legislative Hall. BIKE DELAWARE 2013 STRATEGIC VISION AND VOTE - Nov.15, 5-8PM, Newark. Bicycle advocacy for the busy majority. Vote on our top priority goals to improve cycling in Delaware. If you can only attend ONE event on this list, make it *this one*. Register HERE today.
- Cecil County Bicycle Plan Workshop– November 20, 4-6 p.m., Cecil County Administrative Building, 200 Chesapeake Blvd, Elkton. Final public workshop for Cecil Co. Bicycle Plan. In addition, the public comment period on the draft runs through November 20.
- WILMAPCO Nonmotorized Transportation Working Group- Dec. 4, 3-4:30 pm. Advocates the creation and funding a safe, direct network of bicycle and pedestrian facilities through the region. Meetings are on the first Tuesday of the month at 3 p.m. in February, April, June, August, October and December.
- Newark Bicycle Plan Public Workshop – December 6, 4-7 p.m., Newark Municipal Building, 220 Elkton Rd, Newark. Kick-off meeting for the development of the Newark Bicycle Plan.