First Reading: Ordinance No. 193-18

Date Posted: Friday, December 14th, 2018

Click or Tap Here:  First Reading – Ordinance 193-18 TOWN OF SOUTH BETHANY PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the Town Council of the Town of South Bethany that the first reading of Ordinance No. 193-18, to amend the Code of the Town of South Bethany by adding a new chapter to establish uniform policies and procedures for the deployment and installation of small wireless facilities in rights-of-way within the Town of South Bethany’s jurisdiction which will provide a public health, safety, and welfare benefit consistent with the preservation of the integrity, safe usage, and visual qualities of the Town of South Bethany will be held at the Town Council Regular Meeting on Friday, December 14, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. at the South Bethany Town Hall. This ordinance is available for review at the South Bethany Town Hall, 402 Evergreen Road, during regular business hours or on the Town’s […]



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2018 Fall Zephyr

Date Posted: Friday, December 14th, 2018

Check out the 2018 Fall ZEPHYR!!



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Promote a Healthy Community & Never Leave Dog Waste Behind

Date Posted: Wednesday, November 21st, 2018

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South Bethany Committee Guidelines

Date Posted: Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Purpose: These Guidelines describe the manner in which Committees shall be formed or dissolved, the manner in which the membership of Committees shall be determined, and the manner in which the business, efforts or work of Committees shall be determined and conducted. It shall be the duty of the Mayor and Town Council to create and to dissolve Committees. The Mayor and Town Council shall also establish each Committee’s role, its specific membership and its leadership. Committees exist for the sole purpose of fulfilling the role and direction authorized by the Mayor and Town Council. Definitions: Committee – A Standing Committee or Ad Hoc Committee in the Town of South Bethany is a body of at least three (3) voting members and up to nine (9) members appointed to consider, study, investigate or take action as a group on assigned matters. Committees are established to fulfill a specific purpose or […]



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Resolution No. 4-18, a Resolution to Recognize Tim Shaw

Date Posted: Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Resolution No. 4-18, a Resolution to Recognize Tim Shaw



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Resolution No. 3-18 – Resolution to Recognize Pat Voveris

Date Posted: Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Resolution No. 3-18, a Resolution to Recognize Pat Voveris



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Resolution No. 5-18 – Resolution in Recognition of Don Chrobot

Date Posted: Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Resolution No. 5-18, a Resolution in Recognition of Don Chrobot  



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Resolution No.6-18, A Resolution to Acknowledge the Submittal of Outdoor Recreation…

Date Posted: Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Resolution No. 6-18, A Resolution to Acknowledge the Submittal of the Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Trails (ORPT) 2018 Park Grant Application



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Sussex County & NOAA Storm Preparedness Resources

Date Posted: Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Monitoring the Tropics and Conditions The Sussex County Emergency Operations Center encourages residents and visitors to continue monitoring the tropics and conditions. Stay tuned to local television and radio stations. Click or tap on the following links to Sussex County’s internet resources: Sussex County EOC Website Sussex County’s Hurricane Homepage Facebook Twitter YouTube The public should also monitor the National Weather Service NOAA Weather Ready Nation homepage: Visit NOAA’s Weather Ready Nation Website   PDF Version



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Buy Flood Insurance Before it Floods!

Date Posted: Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Town of South Bethany Urges Residents to Buy Flood Insurance Before it Floods.   Resilience is the backbone of emergency management and insurance is an important part of disaster recovery. As such, the Town of South Bethany joins the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in reminding people to purchase insurance before there is a flood and it’s too late. FEMA has made closing the insurance gap a part of its strategic priorities, since insurance prepares people financially to recover quicker and more fully after a disaster. Flood insurance, even if it is not required, should be considered since most homeowners and renters insurance policies typically do not cover flood. Many people think their property won’t flood if it didn’t in the past or they think they do not need flood insurance because individual disaster assistance from FEMA will fill in the gap of not having a policy. Although federal disaster […]



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