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Budget 2020

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Water quality in the First State took center stage at the Delaware Department of Natural Resources’ capital budget hearing yesterday Thursday.


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Delaware’s Department of Education presented its Fiscal Year 2020 capital budget request to bond bill committee members Tuesday.


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The head of Delaware’s Judicial Branch said he has a plan to pay for two new courthouses in the state.


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There is no property tax increase in Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki’s 2020 budget proposal.

 

But the plan he presented to City Council Thursday seeks a 3.8 percent water/sewer/stormwater rate increase for city customers.

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New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer presented his 2020 budget proposal to County Council Tuesday. The spending plan totals just over $375 million for next Fiscal Year.

 


Sarah Mueller

Thanks to Delaware’s 2014 Medicaid expansion, tens of thousands of low-income adults in Delaware were able to access preventive medical services. But one piece was missing: dental coverage.

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State lawmakers have a bit more money to factor into the budget making process, based on March revenue estimates.


The Delaware Department of Health and Social Services wants additional money for addiction treatment beds in next year’s budget.


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Workers who help disabled people with daily activities are asking state lawmakers for a wage increase.


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Some parents of visually impaired students say their kids aren’t getting the resources they need to succeed in the classroom.


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