• The Bethany Beach Town Council will hold a special meeting at town hall on Friday, April 21, at noon, for a presentation and public discussion regarding the proposed streetscape project for South Atlantic Avenue.
• The Bethany Beach Non-Residential Design Review Committee will meet on Friday, April 21, at 10 a.m. at town hall. The agenda includes discussion of and a vote on: an application submitted by Brittany Baker, tenant at 100 Garfield Parkway, for a new wall sign and a new window sign; and on an application submitted by Michael Orhelein, tenant at 100 Garfield Parkway, Unit 4, for two new wall signs.
• The Bethany Beach Planning & Zoning Commission will meet on Saturday, April 22, at 9 a.m. at town hall. The agenda for the meeting includes a continuation of the page-by-page review for the five-year update of the 2012-2022 Bethany Beach Comprehensive Plan.
• The Bethany Beach Non-Residential Design Review Committee will meet on Wednesday, April 26, at 10 a.m. at town hall. The agenda for the meeting includes discussion and a possible vote on: (1) an application submitted by John H. “Jack” Burbage Jr., who is requesting approval of a proposed design for a new two-story commercial building for a new restaurant to be located at Block 105, Lot 7, 107 Garfield Parkway, proposing to demolish the existing building (currently Fish Tales) and construct a new two-story building that is 39.5 feet wide by 97 feet long; and (2) an application from Steve Benton for the property owner John H. “Jack” Burbage Jr., for a façade remodel, new sign and new lighting for a new retail space in an existing building (previously a restaurant) located at Block 107, Lot 18, 116 Garfield Parkway.
• Bethany Beach’s pay-to-park season ended Sept. 15 and will return on May 15, 2017.
• Prohibitions on dogs on the beach and boardwalk in Bethany Beach ended on Sept. 30 and will resume on May 15, 2017.
• The regular meetings of the Bethany Beach Town Council and Planning Commission are now being broadcast, with video, over the Internet via the Town’s website at www.townofbethanybeach.com, under Live-Audio Broadcasts. Both meetings are at town hall.
• The South Bethany Beach Patrol is hiring lifeguards for the 2017 summer season. Additional tryouts are set for April 22 and May 20. Details are available on the Town website.
• The town council’s next workshop is Thursday, April 27, at 2 p.m.
• The town council’s next regular meeting is Friday, May 12, at 7 p.m.
• Recycling is collected biweekly, continuing on Friday, April 28.
• Yard waste is picked up biweekly, continuing on Wednesday, April 26.
• Prohibitions on dogs on the beach ended Oct. 15 and will resume May 15, 2017.
• The Town of South Bethany’s website is located at www.southbethany.org.
• An Earth Day town cleanup is set for April 22. Participants should meet at 9 a.m. at Town Hall. Volunteers will receive a thank-you gift.
• Recycling is picked up biweekly, continuing Friday, April 21.
• The Town of Ocean View did not hold an election on April 8, with one candidate (Tom Maly, incumbent) having filed for the District 3 council seat and one candidate (Walter Curran, incumbent) for mayor.
• The Town of Ocean View’s Facebook page can be found at www.facebook.com/townofoceanview.
• The Ocean View town website is located at www.oceanviewde.com.
• The town council’s next workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, April 25, at 7 p.m.
• The town council’s next regular meeting is Tuesday, May 9, at 7 p.m.
• The Millville town website is located at www.millville.delaware.gov.
• The Millsboro town website is located at www.millsboro.org.
• The Planning & Zoning Commission will meet Wednesday, May 3, at 6 p.m. at Bethel U.M. Church.
• The new Town of Dagsboro website is at www.dagsboro.delaware.gov.
• The former J.P. Court building on Main Street is now Frankford town hall, housing both the Town’s administrative offices and the police department.
• Curbside recycling is picked up every other Tuesday, continuing May 2.
• Fluoride is not currently being added to Frankford water. The Town is working with the Division of Public Health to begin fluoridation as soon as possible. Families may wish to discuss fluoride tablets with their children’s dentist.
• The Town of Frankford website is located at www.frankfordde.us.
• The town council’s next regular meeting is Monday, May 1, at 7 p.m.
• Community Legal Aide Society will provide free legal services for legal or undocumented immigrants who have been victims of crime. Services are available on Tuesdays at the Selbyville Police Department. For additional information, contact the police department at (302) 436-5085 or visit the Town website.
• Fluoride is not currently being added to Selbyville water. The Town was given an exemption to the requirement until their new water plant comes online, possibly in May. Families may wish to discuss fluoride tablets with their children’s dentist.
• Curbside recycling is collected every other Wednesday, continuing April 26.
• Bulk trash is collected on the first Wednesday of each month. Households may put out one bulk item, such as a television, each month.
• The Town website is at www.TownOfSelbyville.com.
Indian River School District
• Committee meetings are set for Monday, May 8, (location to be determined): 4 p.m. Policy, 5 p.m. Curriculum, 6 p.m. Buildings & Grounds, 7:30 p.m. Finance.
• The next IRSD Board of Education regular meeting is Monday, April 24, at 7 p.m. at Sussex Central High School.
• Kindergarten registration is April 24-28.
• The district website is at www.irsd.net.
• Agendas, minutes and audio, as well as live streaming of all County meetings, may be found online at www.sussexcountyde.gov.