In Delaware, historic preservation matters

“What are we missing that we look so hard for in the past?” asks author Witold Rybczynski. As someone who has practiced in the field of history and preservation for the past three decades, this question is at the core of my work and the work of all those dedicated to preserving, protecting and presenting […]

COMMENTARY: Raising taxes in Dover is a necessity

I will be voting for a tax increase.
In past years, I voted against the city’s proposed budget. My comments at the time pointed to a looming correction that needed to take place: our infrastructure was neglected, our service levels were eroding, our public safety was at risk, and we lacked the funding to address this decline.