We got ALL the upcoming primary election contenders and their information. Also, what’s with these perverted female teachers? Much more in this Delaware Tidbits post.
Frank Shade Runs for Joan Deaver’s Seat
Frank Shade is another contender throwing hat in the ring for Sussex county councilmatic district 3, currently occupied by Joan Deaver.
There’s one huge problem with this guy’s candidacy, read on.
From the Cape Gazette:
Shade said one of his chief concerns is how the county approaches development. “Before any construction is approved, infrastructure should be in place – before the first shovel of dirt is turned over,” he said.
Shade said there is no doubt his voice would he heard on council. “If they won’t listen, I’ll sign up and talk as a taxpayer,” he said, adding former Councilman George Collins was known for taking on that tactic.
“We are totally legislated by council members from western Sussex. We need a strong voice that is not disrespected,” he said.
“The good ole boy system has to go away,” he said. “And the county needs to be more transparent with fewer private meetings.”
Shade said he was concerned when 65 county wastewater operators voted to join the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Union. “This screams that county officials aren’t listening to their people. There has to be an issue there; it should have never happened,” he said.
Then-Democrat Shade tried his hand at politics once before in an unsuccessful 2010 bid against Republican 37th District Rep. Ruth Briggs King.
He’s since changed parties. “The Democratic Party is no longer reflective of my conservative values,” he said.
Did you see it? HE USED TO BE A DEMOCRAT!
Heh….well I just don’t think so, Mr. Shade.
Rep. Deborah works on eliminating the “death tax”.
From the Republican caucus email and Rep. Hudson is exactly right.
I inherited my father’s Florida home and can’t imagine having to had to pay taxes on it.
Once tax has been paid on it, the heirs shouldn’t have to pay again.
Delaware is one of 19 states that impose either an estate tax or an inheritance tax.
Among all the levies placed on citizens, the estate tax is one of the most offensive, essentially taxing a person because they died. It’s all the more objectionable because these assets – such as homes, farms, and businesses – are things on which the decedent has already repeatedly paid taxes.
It’s time for this to end.
Aside from ideology, there is good reason to repeal Delaware’s Estate Tax, which has proven to be a minor, unpredictable, and volatile source of revenue.
In fact, the Advisory Council on Revenues – formed by Gov. Jack Markell under Executive Order 47 – cited these issues when it called for repealing the tax last year.
Our Estate Tax has one of the highest thresholds in the nation, applying only to high-value estates. However, this distinction is another argument for repeal.
The Estate Tax creates an incentive for top income-earners to either move or declare residency elsewhere. The council concluded that the movement of a small portion of these citizens — and the elimination of their overall tax contributions — could result in a net loss to the state.
Additionally, estates with large values do not necessarily belong to the rich. Many farms and small businesses, while having large monetary values, are cash poor.
Delaware previously repealed this tax about 10 years ago, but it was temporarily reinstated in 2009 as part of a budget deal. General Assembly Democrats reneged on that agreement, making the tax permanent three years ago.
Delaware Republicans believe the state should not be in the business of grave-robbing, nor inserting itself between the departed and their rightful heirs.
House Bill 149, which seeks to abolish the Death Tax, has been on the House Ready list awaiting action since June. It deserves to be debated on it merits.
DuPont Getting millions
First, the headline says DuPont will be getting 7.5million bucks., In the text it says 1.5 million bucks.
Which is it?
And I sure don’t get that newly created economic development fund. Didn’t we create that thing over ten years ago with Happy Harry’s Steve Levine in charge?
And aren’t these economic funds created to lure NEW business to Delaware, not a bribe to keep old business here.
This is not to say that it wouldn’t be worth it to throw out an offer to keep a thriving company in the state.
Finally, why did the New Castle county people vote for this move? The county council is in charge of this economic development fund?
DuPont will be getting $7.5 million from New Castle County as part of an effort to keep the Delaware institution in state.
Over the next five years, DuPont will receive $1.5 million from New Castle County from a newly created economic development fund.
The County Council unanimously approved the move Tuesday. It’s part of a package of incentives offered by the state to retain DuPont, which is set to merge with Dow Chemical.
If the post-merger companies left the county, Councilman George Smiley said millions of dollars in school and property tax would have gone with it.
The new fund will also be used in the future to help attract new businesses to the county.
We’ll be looking into this.
Bagpipes in Dover
Pic posted by Rep. Ruth Briggs-King. Thought it was cute, for giggles and grins.
Cape Henlopen approves property tax raise
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RESULTS ARE IN: Voters APPROVE Cape Henlopen School District referendum in a 2947 to 1031 vote.
The district will now move forward with rebuild and renovation plans for the district’s four elementary schools.
They are running in the Delaware Primary, it’s now official
STATE OF DELAWARE
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTIONS
PRIMARY ELECTION 09/13/2016
FILED CANDIDATES BY OFFICE
Office County Party Name and Address Phone Date Filed
REP IN CONGRESS DEMOCRATIC BARNEY SEAN 01/27/2016
715 NOTTINGHAM RD, WILMINGTON DE 19805 (302) 319-4035 Email:SEAN@SEANBARNEYFORCONGRESS.COM
REP IN CONGRESS DEMOCRATIC MILLER SR MICHEAL C 02/26/2016
32107 JIMTOWN RD, LEWES DE 19958 (302) 841-8819
REP IN CONGRESS DEMOCRATIC ROCHESTER LISA BLUNT 03/08/2016
1514 SETON VILLA LN, WILMINGTON DE 19809 (302) 593-7337
REP IN CONGRESS DEMOCRATIC SHORT BRYON H
14 CHESTNUT ROAD, WILMINGTON DE 19810 01/19/2016
REP IN CONGRESS DEMOCRATIC TOWNSEND BRYAN
208 RACHEL CT, WESTOVER WOODS, NEWARK DE 19702 10/15/2015
LT GOVERNOR DEMOCRATIC DORSEY WALKER SHERRY 01/15/2016
1714 CHESTNUT ST, WILMINGTON DE 19805 (302) 777-3712
LT GOVERNOR DEMOCRATIC EABY BRADLEY S
233 PEBBLE VALLEY, FOX HALL WEST, DOVER DE 19904 01/04/2016
LT GOVERNOR DEMOCRATIC FULLER SR GREGORY 11/13/2015
21575 CUBBAGE POND RD, LINCOLN DE 19960 (302) 430-7651
LT GOVERNOR DEMOCRATIC HALL-LONG BETHANY 11/06/2015
127 ST AUGUSTINE CT, MIDDLETOWN DE 19709 (302) 378-8386
LT GOVERNOR DEMOCRATIC MCGUINESS KATHLEEN 09/04/2015
6 BROAD HOLLOW ST, HENLOPEN ACRES, REHOBOTH DE 19971 (302) 245-7355
6 BROAD HOLLOW ST, REHOBOTH DE 19971
LT GOVERNOR DEMOCRATIC POPPITI III CIRO C 10/05/2015
24 CRAGMERE RD, CRAGMERE, WILMINGTON DE 19809 (302) 521-5461
PO BOX 2971, WILMINGTON DE 198050971
INSURANCE COMM DEMOCRATIC GALLAGHER JR PAUL J 11/02/2015
7 FOX CHASE LN, HOCKESSIN DE 19707 (302) 530-5005
INSURANCE COMM DEMOCRATIC NAVARRO TRINIDAD 01/12/2016
7 MCMAHON DR, BEAR DE 19701 (302) 593-3345
INSURANCE COMM DEMOCRATIC STEWART KAREN WELDIN
801 W 20TH ST, WILMINGTON DE 19802 11/03/2015
STATE REP DIS 7 N DEMOCRATIC BRADY DAVID D 09/30/2015
406 PENNSYLVANIA AVE, CLAYMONT DE 19703 (302) 798-5532
STATE REP DIS 7 N DEMOCRATIC CAMERON ROBERT 01/27/2016
6 BURNS RD, ASHBOURNE HILLS, CLAYMONT DE 19703 (302) 287-5644
STATE REP DIS 7 N DEMOCRATIC DAIGLE JOSEPH 02/11/2016
1407 VEALE RD, WILMINGTON DE 19810 (302) 336-8523
STATE REP DIS 10 N DEMOCRATIC MATTHEWS SEAN
2517 JUSTIN LN, CHALFONTE, WILMINGTON DE 19810 03/04/2016
STATE REP DIS 10 N DEMOCRATIC WILLIAMS DENNIS E 02/18/2016
3329 S ROCKFIELD DR, DEVON, WILMINGTON DE 19810 (302) 373-0115
STATE REP DIS 14 S DEMOCRATIC PETERSON DON R 03/02/2016
13 ENNIS LN, KINSALE GLEN, REHOBOTH DE 19971 (703) 963-1871
13 ENNIS LN, REHOBOTH DE 19971
STATE REP DIS 14 S DEMOCRATIC SCHWARTZKOPF PETER C 01/08/2016
24 COVENTRY RD, RBYCC, REHOBOTH DE 19971 (302) 227-6252
24 COVENTRY RD, REHOBOTH DE 19971
STATE REP DIS 33 K REPUBLICAN HUDSON MORGAN ANN 02/29/2016
566 GOBBLER LN, MILFORD DE 19963 (302) 233-8745
STATE REP DIS 33 K REPUBLICAN POSTLES JR CHARLES S 02/26/2016
2144 TUB MILL POND RD, MILFORD DE 19963 (302) 245-1817
STATE REP DIS 33 K REPUBLICAN SCOTT ROBERT JAMES 03/18/2016
894 BLOOMFIELD DR, HARRINGTON DE 19952 (302) 270-5328
PRES COUNTY CNCL N DEMOCRATIC HARTLEY-NAGLE KAREN 12/28/2015
705 WOODSIDE AVE, PHILLIPS HEIGHTS, WILMINGTON DE 19809 (302) 344-7828
PRES COUNTY CNCL N DEMOCRATIC HOLLINS PENROSE 03/16/2016
418 W MATSON RUN PKY, WILMINGTON DE 19802 (302) 764-9474
MAYOR N DEMOCRATIC GREGORY SR THEOPALIS 12/22/2015
401 W 22ND ST, WILMINGTON DE 19802 (302) 562-3117
MAYOR N DEMOCRATIC GRIFFITHS NORMAN D 02/02/2016
2804 BAYNARD BLVD, WILMINGTON DE 19802 (000) 655-8084
MAYOR N DEMOCRATIC KELLEY SR KEVIN F 02/26/2016
1401 BANNING ST, WILMINGTON DE 19805 (302) 559-9510
MAYOR N DEMOCRATIC MARSHALL ROBERT I 12/22/2015
1702 SYCAMORE ST, WILMINGTON DE 19805 (302) 287-6853
MAYOR N DEMOCRATIC PURZYCKI MICHAEL S 01/07/2016
2600 W 16TH ST, WILMINGTON DE 19806 (302) 332-9410
MAYOR N DEMOCRATIC YOUNG EUGENE R
902 N MARKET ST #525, RES AT RODNEY SQUARE, WILMINGTON DE 19801 01/06/2016
PRES CITY CNCL N DEMOCRATIC SHABAZZ HANIFA 02/29/2016
425 BRADFORD ST, WILMINGTON DE 19801 (302) 897-7683
PRES CITY CNCL N DEMOCRATIC WRIGHT JUSTEN
105 E 35TH ST, WILMINGTON DE 19802 02/08/2016
CITY CNCL DIS 4 N DEMOCRATIC CANNON ROBERT P 02/19/2016
1212 B ST, WILMINGTON DE 19801 (302) 438-3662
CITY CNCL DIS 4 N DEMOCRATIC HARLEE MICHELLE 02/04/2016
511 N PINE ST, WILMINGTON DE 19801 (302) 547-7803
3RD LC DIST K DEMOCRATIC ANGEL ALLAN F 03/03/2016
101 NIXON LN, DOVER DE 19901 (302) 674-8299
3RD LC DIST K DEMOCRATIC MUMFORD D KEITH 03/14/2016
3634 S LITTLE CREEK RD, DOVER DE 19901 (302) 363-1075
CNTY CNCL DIS 3 S REPUBLICAN BURDETTE KEVIN E 02/12/2016
26177 DEEP BRANCH RD, MILTON DE 19968 (302) 745-8800
CNTY CNCL DIS 3 S REPUBLICAN SCHAEFFER MARK GERARD 01/11/2016
11 NEW YORK AVE, LEWES BEACH, LEWES DE 19958 (302) 423-4801
11 NEW YORK AVE, LEWES DE 19958
CNTY CNCL DIS 3 S REPUBLICAN SHADE FRANK E
128 MADISON DR, NESBITT STATION, LEWES DE 19958
128 MADISON DR, LEWES DE 19958
What’s with these perverted female teachers?
Delaware schools are not only dead last in the national ratings, looks like we have the most perverts. The female teachers are as bad as the males.
Delaware State Police today (Thursday) release a photo of a middle school music teacher charged with sending sexually explicit pictures and video to a 13-year-old male student.
Troopers said in a news release that 32-year-old Nicole Veneroso of Newark was charged Wednesday with sexual solicitation of a child under 18, sexual abuse of a child by a person of trust and other offenses. She is being held at the Delores Baylor Correctional Institution; it could not be determined if Veneroso has a lawyer.
Police say in January, the mother of the student contacted administrators at Everett Meredith Middle School, where Veneroso taught. Authorities say the mother found sexually explicit images of a teacher on her son’s cellphone.
Investigators say Veneroso had been sending the student sexually explicit photos, videos and text messages since December.
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