Posts Tagged With: “Kent County”

Water Quality – Scale Deposits and Hardness

There has been a growing interest in questions about the hardness of our water.  The following link will take you to a file that explains some information about hard water and how it is tested/determined.  Our water is regularly tested, and falls right in the middle of the chart under “moderately hard”. There are some useful links as well to learn more about water quality.  And as always, if you have any questions, Town Hall and its staff will do their best to answer you! This link is also available on our Water Department/Public Works page. Water Quality – Hardness

Public Notice – Public Workshop(s)

Public Workshop(s) Notice There will be a series of workshops open to the public on the following dates: Monday June 27, 2016 Tuesday July 5, 2016 Monday July 11, 2016 Monday July 18, 2016 Town Council along with Planning and zoning will use these workshops in order to discuss, update and reorganize the Town of Frederica Ordinances. Workshops will take place at 7:00 PM at Town Hall, located at 2 West David Street, Frederica DE 199467 **Please note that workshops may be cancelled if they are no longer needed.  Notices will be posted.

LDO Amendment – Ordinance 16-02

Ordinance 16-02 amending the Land Development Ordinance was read and passed at the May 18, 2016 meeting by the Town Council.  This ordinance will go into effect 30 days from this date. Also published in the Delaware State news May 23, 2016.

TPO Magazine Article – Dustan Russum

Our very own Dustan Russum has been featured in the May  2016 issue of TPO Magazine! Please take a moment to read the article and join us in congratulating the hard work and accomplishments of our Water/Public Works Department! “MULTITASKER – Dustan Russum built an award-winning career as ‘one-person DPW’, managing water and multiple public works jobs in tiny Frederica, Delaware.  What do you do when you need your town’s water well up and running? How do you get an old municipal building floor torn up? Who can spell the mayor when he wants to take a break? In Frederica, Delaware, it’s a no-brainer: Ask Dustan Russum. Nominally, Russum serves as public works water operator for this town of 812 near the Murderkill River in Eastern Delaware.  In reality, he’s much more.  Since he joined the Frederica Water Department in 2014, Russum has brought creative, money saving ideas, strong technical […]

Invitation to Bid – Fencing – Due May 14, 2016

Sealed bids will be received by the Town of Frederica to supply and install 269 linear feet of standard 6′ chain-link fence… See full Advertisement and Specifications   **Ad posted in the Delaware State News May 6, 2016 & May 8, 2016.

2015 Water Drinking Water Quality Report

April 22. 2016 The Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for 2015 has been released!  Please follow the link below to view the full report on our Water Department Page. Water Department/Public Works Page

Mosquito Control Information

Included are links for all information regarding Mosquito Treatment and Control for the Town. Treatment for mosquito’s is usually done annually around May. Mosquito Control Map Mosquito Control FAQ      

News Article-Sludge Field on Carpenter Bridge Road **Updated 3/12/16**

Updated 3/12/16 Article in the Delaware State News on Friday 11, 2016.  Follow up article to the May 10th public hearing.   Article in the Delaware State news today regarding the proposed sludge field on Carpenter Bridge Road. There is a public hearing scheduled for March 10th at Lake Forest East at 6:30 PM for anyone interested in attending.  

Special Notice – Election Cancelled

There will be no election on March 5, 2016 due to lack of candidates.  The incumbents will remain in office.   Special Notice – Election Cancelled

Crime Watch Member News – Mr. Ricky Maddox

Mr. Ricky Maddox, President of the Frederica Crime Watch, and longtime Frederica resident, has been appointed as Vice-President of the Kent County Crime Watch.  Mr. Maddox brings executive experience from his time as Council Secretary of the Frederica Town Council from 2010 to 2014. When asked about this nomination he said “I believe that this appointment will enable me to bring more resources to the Frederica Crime Watch. I also hope to be able to increase the membership here as well as the Kent County Crime Watch.” The Mayor and the Town Council as well as the people of Frederica wish him well in his new position.             Reminder Frederica Crime Watch meetings are on the first Tuesday of each month at the Town Hall @ 6:30 PM. Everyone is welcome! Please come and check us out! Crime Watch Member News