Posts Tagged With: “Election”


Public Notice: Uncontested Election


PUBLIC NOTICE Uncontested Election for City of Harrington There is only one official candidate for each office that has a term expiring this year, so the candidates may assume office without holding a formal election according § 6.4 of the Charter of the City of Harrington. The candidates are as follows: Mayor – Anthony R. Moyer Council Member District 5 – Charles W. Baugher, Jr. […]



PUBLIC NOTICE: Registration for City of Harrington Election


PUBLIC NOTICE Registration for City of Harrington Election To vote in the City of Harrington Election for Mayor and Districts 5 and 6 Council seats, you must be at least eighteen (18) years old, a U.S. Citizen, a resident of the City of Harrington, a registered voter with the Kent County Department of Elections, and live in the District for which you are voting (Mayor […]



Public Notice: Election Petitions for City of Harrington Election


Election Petitions for City of Harrington Election Mayor and Council Districts 5 & 6 The City of Harrington will be conducting an election on Tuesday, May 2, 2017, from 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm for the following: Mayor – Term to Expire June 7, 2021 District 5 – Term to Expire June 1, 2020 District 6 – Term to Expire June 1, 2020 The City […]



2017 Regular Municipal Election (UPDATED 04/06/2017) UNCONTESTED


***This post will be updated as more information becomes available*** Public Notice of Uncontested Election Only one candidate has filed for each office, so the election has been cancelled. Mayor – Anthony R. Moyer Council Member District 5 – Charles W. Baugher, Jr. Council Member District 6 – Duane E. Bivans The City Council adopted Resolution 17-R-01 setting the date and rules for the 2017 […]



PUBLIC NOTICE: Absentee Voting for City of Harrington Election


PUBLIC NOTICE Absentee Voting for City of Harrington Election To vote in the City of Harrington Election you must be a U.S. citizen, a registered voter, at least 18 years old, and a resident of the City of Harrington. If you are eligible to vote but are unable to go to the polls on Election Day, Tuesday, May 2, 2017, for a reason as defined […]



Maintaining Infrastructure: The Story of a Water Leak


Yesterday (September 15), you may have seen Harrington’s Public Works’ crew working on the shoulder of DuPont Highway in front of Liberty Plaza. They were there to fix a water leak, and it took all day. We are going to use this real world example to better understand both the importance of infrastructure maintenance and the upcoming referendum on water projects. Repairing the Leak On […]