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Election 2022 – CANCELLED

Date Posted: Wednesday, March 30th, 2022

NOTICE TOWN OF SOUTH BETHANY 2022 ELECTION CANCELLED The Town of South Bethany Election, which would have been scheduled for May 14, 2022, has been cancelled.  There were three (3) seats open for Council Members for two (2)-year terms and one (1) seat for Mayor for a two (2)-year term.  The seat for Mayor and three (3) seats for Council members were filled by unopposed candidates. All were qualified by the Board of Elections. Due to there being no additional candidates running other than the four listed below to fill the four open seats, there will be no election. The following are declared elected by the South Bethany Board of Elections: Mayor – Timothy Saxton Council Members – Derek Abbott, Randall Bartholomew, and Robert Biciocchi The Town of South Bethany will swear in the four candidates at the Town Council Organizational Meeting to be held at a later date, which will be […]



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Bid No. 22-07 Invitation to Bid – General Contract for additions and partial renovations to the existing South Bethany Town Hall

Date Posted: Friday, March 18th, 2022

BID 22-07 Invitation to Bid



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Bid No. 22-06 Exercise Classes

Date Posted: Tuesday, January 25th, 2022

Bid No. 22-06 Invitation to Bid.Exercise Class Ad  



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Bid No. 22-05 Beach Concession

Date Posted: Tuesday, January 25th, 2022

Bid No. 22-05 Invitation to Bid.Beach Concession.Legal Ad.FINAL  



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BID NO. 22-04 INVITATION TO BID

Date Posted: Thursday, January 13th, 2022

BID 22-04 Dune Walkway    



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Foxes

Date Posted: Monday, June 21st, 2021

South Bethany is located near wooded areas and the Assawoman Wildlife Refuge , therefore, various wildlife are in the area. The Town of South Bethany does not handle complaints of wildlife and animal control. To deter such animals, please consider:  Hire professional wildlife control companies listed in yellow pages or online Contact DNREC Div. of Fish & Wildlife during business hours with questions at 302-739-9912 https://www.humanesociety.org/resources/what-do-about-foxes Fox Facts: Foxes have a natural fear of people and will normally flee, but have learned to associate people with food and may approach you. Foxes are not dangerous to humans, except when they are rabid, which is very rare.  A fox’s natural tendency is to flee rather than fight. Foxes may prey on small pets or livestock (such as rabbits, guinea pigs or chickens) which generally cannot defend itself, so those pets should be kept indoors or housed in sturdy structures. Foxes will […]



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Delmarva Power Tells Residents, Businesses and Contractors to Call 811 Before You Dig

Date Posted: Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

Click or tap to open the following PDF: Delmarva Power Tells Residents, Businesses and Contractors to Call 811 Before You Dig



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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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