City Denies Referendum on Zoning Changes
Citizens Coalition Praises City Action to Deny Referendum
“We are pleased that the City, after careful review of the petitions, found that there were not enough valid signatures to place the referendum on the ballot”, said Donna Mabry, representing a wide coalition of citizens who support the zoning ordinance, including supporters of Save Our City. “The unnamed outside instigators who seek to undo the action of our elected officials have shown themselves for what they really are – people who will stop at nothing to preserve their own personal financial interests.”After reviewing the signatures on the petitions, ...
Pool Moratorium Public Hearing, Friday October 17, 2014 at 7:00pm, RB Fire Hall
Public Hearing on Swimming Pool Moratorium Set for 10/17/14 at the R.B. Fire Company
|Date:||October 7, 2014|
As a result of public concern regarding noise and other environmental effects of recently constructed swimming pools in the city, the Mayor and Commissioners of Rehoboth Beach will consider at 7:00pm on Friday, October 17 the adoption of an ordinance that would establish a temporary moratorium on the permitting and construction of swimming pools in all residentially zoned areas of the city. Due to the large turnout of citizens at previous meetings to discuss pools and other related issues, the meeting will ...
Mayor & Commissioners' Workshop October 6, 2014
Mayor and Commissioners meeting
October 6, 2014
The Mayor and Commissioners met in a Workshop meeting on October 6, 2014. All Commissioners were present.
Among the issues discussed and action taken:
Rental Properties, Noise Issues, Swimming Pools