Millville residents are closer to getting a new car wash, with the Millville Town Council’s approval of a conditional-use application by a company that owns two car washes in Maryland.

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The Millville Town Council heard more details this week about the Hometown Heroes project it announced last month, which involves commemorative flags that would be placed in Evans Park, bearing the names of Millville residents who have served in the military.

The Millville Town Council approved its 2024-fiscal-year budget at its Tuesday, April 25, meeting, while a proposal by a former council member to waive town property taxes for the year did not receive a vote.

Millville’s Evans Park could soon be decked out in special flags honoring local heroes. A project proposed for Evans Park would provide a tribute to “hometown heroes” through the purchase of commemorative flags to be placed on light poles throughout the park.

The Millville Town Council’s formal budget discussions kicked off at the council’s Tuesday, April 11, meeting, with officials giving residents a first look at the Town’s projected 2024-fiscal-year financial picture.

Attention crafters: The Millville Volunteer Fire Company wants to see you — and your handiwork — at its upcoming Spring Fling craft show.

The winners of the recent Millville Town Council election were sworn in on Tuesday, March 14, after a historic tie between two candidates resulted in an unorthodox “flip of the coin,” in which the loser of the toss withdrew from the race.

One of the three seats up for grabs in the March 4 election for Millville Town Council came down to the flip of a coin this week, following a tie between two of the candidates.


Millville’s town council election on Saturday, March 4, ended in a tie between two incumbents, setting in motion a potential runoff election for the third of the three seats up for election this year.

The Coastal Point recently asked all six candidates in the upcoming Millville Town Council election to submit brief biographies and answer three questions designed to give voters a glimpse into their strengths and their priorities for the Town.

Natural gas service is making its way to parts of Millville, according to representatives from Chesapeake Utilities who gave an update on the company’s progress in constructing pipelines and activating service there at the Tuesday, Feb. 28, town council workshop meeting.

Millville residents could have gotten a Valentine from the town council in the form of a major tax cut for the coming year, but the measure failed when three of the council members voted at their Tuesday, Feb. 14, meeting to hold off on the move.

Following requests from boaters and discussion by state officials, dredging of White Creek will finally be done, beginning early this month.

The Millville Town Council addressed several development-related issues during a brief meeting on Monday, Jan. 10, including answering residents’ questions about a proposed development behind Hocker’s SuperCenter on Route 17.

The Millville Town Council has passed an ordinance designed to regulate loitering in town, with one council member voting against it, saying it could open the Town up to lawsuits.

The Town of Millville has agreed to purchase more land next to the Evans Park property, as long as reports on the viability of the property come back positive.

Following similar moves by neighboring towns, Millville officials have begun discussing the pros and cons of changing their meeting times to earlier in the day.

The new Monarch Butterfly Garden at Millville’s Evans Park is abloom with milkweed and other pollinator-friendly wildflowers, and judging by the bees cavorting among the blossoms last week, the monarchs should be quite happy when they arrive.

Frustrated by lack of support from the State for its town website, the Millville Town Council has voted to move forward with plans to hire an independent company to design a new site and manage it.

Speed limits will be reduced on two busy roads in Millville, town officials announced on Tuesday, June 14, just months after the town requested the changes from the state Department of Transportation (DelDOT).

The Millville Town Council voted unanimously this week to approve final site plans for the 216-unit Tupelo Sands apartment complex. The complex is to be located along Route 17 (Roxana Road) adjacent to property owned by Beebe Healthcare, which is slated for expansion of the current Beebe fac…

Millville passed its Fiscal Year 2023 budget at its Tuesday, April 26 Town Council meeting, with revenue projected at $1.557 million, reflecting revenue increase of 8.95 percent.

The Millville Town Council at its Tuesday, March 15, meeting, approved final site plans for a new shopping center that has been in the works for years.

Millville Mayor Ron Belinko was re-elected to the town council, and former council member Peter Michel won a seat on the council as the Town held its first municipal election in 13 years on Saturday, March 5.

Millville's Mayor Ron Belinko was re-elected to the Town Council, and former Council Member Peter Michel won a seat on the council as the town held its first municipal election in 13 years on Saturday, March 5.

Residents of Millville will vote on Saturday, March 5, on two Town Council openings. Three candidates have filed: Ronald Belinko, Peter Michel and Paul Stark. The candidates have submitted answers to four questions regarding their strengths, current town issues and future land use. Below are…

The Millville Town Council has approved a 135-home development off Substation Road, following the recommendation of the town’s Planning & Zoning Commission, with some caveats.

With the Town of Millville’s recent purchase of land adjacent to Evans Park, and efforts under way to clean up an unsightly stormwater retention pond on the edge of town, one resident has come up with a list of suggestions for the Town to be more environmentally conscious.

Employees of the Town of Millville will be getting “hazard pay” for coming to work during the COVID-19 pandemic, following a town council vote to allocate federal funds to the employees, who kept municipal business chugging along despite limitations imposed during the virus outbreak.

A new shopping center is set to be constructed off Route 26 in Millville, with the town council’s approval Tuesday, Jan. 11, of final site plans for the project, to be called Millville Square.

The Millville Town Council has approved final site plans for the 124-unit Hudson’s Reserve development, to be located on Route 17 (Roxana Road) at the intersection with Pepper’s Corner Road.

The Millville Town Council on Tuesday, Sept. 28, approved the purchase of about 12 acres of land located across from the Evans Park at Millville, for a total of $3.44 million.