Delaware may have passed the peak of a rise in post-covid revenues, the Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council heard Monday. Financial experts call that peak an “inflection point,” akin to that moment when roller-coaster riders feel a brief lift in their tummies before the coaster takes a plunge. That doesn’t mean the state’s finances will plunge. Only that they …
Here’s list of $70 million in projects picked by legislators for their districts
The General Assembly has posted the list of its $70 million in community redevelopment projects picked by individual legislators. The list of projects included in the Delaware General Assembly’s $70 million community redevelopment grants includes $2 million for a private school stadium, $1.6 million for the Delaware Agricultural Museum, and $1.35 million for the Nanticoke Indian Association. Community …
Delaware’s surplus for 2022 set at $669 million; comes with warning to look ahead
Delaware’s major revenue sources are real estate transfer taxes, corporate franchise income, unclaimed property and COVID government benefits.
Proposed bill would create new lawmaker committee to examine state funding for non-profits
The bill would give legislators more time to look at organizations, funding and so protect taxpayer money, a sponsor says