Delmar Events
Thursday, April 6th, 2000
Park has new equipment
The State Street Park has new playground equipment in the tot lot. There are several picnic tables and benches surrounding the play area.
Delmar Parks & Recreation has also started a renovation project at the Mason Dixon Complex. Workers are renovating the concession stand and installing vending machines.
There are also plans to place a pavilion east of the ball field and tot lot.
To reserve the park, call or visit the Delmar Town Hall.
There is a deposit fee of $25 and if the facility is returned to its original condition, except for normal use, a refund check in the amount of $22 will be issued.

Time to spruce up for spring
Spring clean-up is scheduled by the town to encourage residents to dispose of unwanted items on their property. This year's clean-up days will be April 24 and 25 in Delmar, Del., and April 27 and 28 in Delmar, Md.
Furniture, appliances without freon, debris, etc., will be picked up by the town at no extra cost. Appliances with freon can be picked up for $20 and tires for $2.50 if the costs are paid in advanced at town hall.

Big water users, register
Delmar residents who use a high volume of water must register every year at Delmar Town Hall prior to Aug. 15 to be evaluated for a sewer charge reduction in the utility bill for June, July and August.
A high volume user would be a customer that has a pool, garden and/or excessive shrubbery and flowers.
Let town know about lights
Citizens who observe an inoperable street light may notify Delmar Town Hall. For a quicker response, they may report it, along with the 10-digit number on the pole, to Conectiv.

'Adopt a Street' in place
Delmar has introduced a new program to keep the streets of Delmar clean. "Adopt a Street" is open to any organization or individual wishing to donate their time to clean up a street.
The town has displayed a sign located at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and State Street to recognize all participants.
The Greater Delmar Chamber of Commerce has adopted East Grove Street and the Kiwanis Club of Delmar has adopted Railroad Avenue, York Street, North Second Street and State Street.

Ordinance being revised
The town of Delmar is revising the current sign ordinance. According to town representatives, the ordinance will promote health, safety and general welfare of the residents of the town of Delmar.
The new sign ordinance will restrict or eliminate signs "tending to depreciate the value of property and prevent actual or potential hazards to pedestrians and motor vehicle operators within the town."
There will be proper notice before this ordinance will be enforced.

Roads to be swept
Wicomico County's Public Works Roads Division will be sweeping the roads on Monday or Tuesday during the third weeks of May, August and November.