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An attempt by some lawmakers to give Delaware Tech bonding authority hit another roadblock this week.

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Legislation allowing Delaware Tech to finance capital projects appears to have new life.

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Legislation giving Delaware Tech bonding and taxing authority appears to be dead. But other lawmakers may step in with alternatives to help the school.

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Legislation giving Delaware Tech the authority to issue bonds and implement a statewide property tax may be on hold for now.

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Delaware Tech is trying again this year to garner support from lawmakers allowing the school to issue debt for capital projects.

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First State colleges and universities are submitting budget requests as the Carney Administration starts work on next year’s recommended budget.

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Delaware researchers are getting more federal funding to develop recommendations to address the state’s climate challenges.

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Delaware Tech President Mark Brainard said the school has nearly $100 million in delayed maintenance needs, but lacks the money to pay for that work.

Brainard is calling on lawmakers to approve tools to help fund those repairs.

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There’s a new addition to Delaware Tech’s Stanton Campus.

Del Tech has hired General Frank Vavala as a veterans advocacy specialist.