September 21 Agenda for Commissioners' Meeting


The Mayor and Commissioners will meet Friday, September 21, at 7:00 pm in the Commissioners’           Room to review and act on the following items:

  • Administration of Oath of Office to newly elected Commissioners

Patrick Gossett, Commissioner

Bill Sargent, Commissioner

 

                  Vice Mayor – Bill Sargent

                   Secretary – Pat Coluzzi

                   Assistant Secretary – Ann Womack

                   Treasurer – Priscilla Smith

                  Assistant Treasurer – Paula Simpson

 

For the report on the September 10 Joint City Commissioners/Planning Commissioners workshop meeting, please visit: http://www.saveourcityrehoboth.org/17-blog/newsletter/281-rehoboth-commissioners-and-planners-joint-meeting-september-10-2012.html

To read about and apply for the 2012 Rehoboth Beach Main Street Cottage and Town Awards, please read: http://www.saveourcityrehoboth.org/16-blog/news-articles/277-rehoboth-beach-main-street-2012-cottage-and-town-awards.html

 

Free Flu Shots will be given at CAMP Rehoboth on Monday, October 2:

http://www.saveourcityrehoboth.org/17-blog/newsletter/283-free-flu-shots-at-camp-rehoboth.html

 
                                     

Lewes and Rehoboth Farners' Markets score in top 20 in US

 

Cape Region customers vote in national contest
By Rachel Swick Mavity

Cape Gazette September 18, 2012

Two local farmers markets are among the top 20 farmers mar­kets nationwide.

Historic Lewes Farmers Mar­ket ranks 14th, while Rehoboth Beach Farmers Market made it to No. 19. The Lewes market was ranked first in Delaware, with Rehoboth's market second on the Top 5 list for the state.

The contest is sponsored by American Farmland Trust to promote the benefits of farmers markets and bring attention to locally grown food.

“The America’s Favorite Farm­ers Markets contest is about cele­brating the unique qualities of farmers markets throughout the nation and the important role that these markets play in keep­ing family farmers on the land,” said American Farmland Trust President Jon Scholl.

Sharon Dardine of Historic Lewes Farmers Market said, “The Historic Lewes Farmers Market stood out as an outstand­ing market by being voted top farmers market in Delaware, and ranking in the top 20 of medium­sized markets in the entire Unit­ed States.' Dardine said it was an honor for the Lewes market to be rec­ognized. Voting for the contest closed Sept. 3.

'The Historic Lewes Farmers Market is dedicated to showcas­ing produce in all its varieties as well as meats, cheeses, dairy products, eggs, plants and much more,' she said.

'The continued popularity of the market reflects consumers’ great interest in being able to purchase a wide variety of local fruits and vegetables directly from the Delmarva farmers who produce them.' For information on the specific types and varieties of fresh meat, fruit, vegetables, flowers and plants available weekly at the Lewes market, sign up for the newsletter by emailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. more information on the market, which is open Sat­urdays, 8 a.m. to noon through Sept. 29, go to www.histori­clewesfarmersmarket.org

Rehoboth Beach Farmers Mar­ket organizer Pat Coluzzi said she was excited to be listed in the Top 20.

'Ever since the contest started, Rehoboth's market has been in the Top 20,' Coluzzi said. 'It's a great way to get people interest­ed in our market. In our resort area, tourists can see we were in the Top 20 and that makes them want to come here even more.' Coluzzi said the Rehoboth market will stay open Tuesdays, noon to 4 p.m. through Oct. 23. On Tuesday, Sept. 18, the market will feature a Green Tent event by the Center for the Inland Bays and a chef demonstration by Eden. For more information on the Rehoboth market, go to www.rbfarmersmarket.com.

More information about the America’s Favorite Farmers Mar­kets contest, including listings of the top farmers markets by state and size category, can be found on the contest website at www.votemyfarmersmarket.org.

 

For continuing information about Rehoboth Beach and its neighbors, please visit the Save Our City website:

www.saveourcityrehoboth.org