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  • $14.5 million to repair storm damage at Del. beaches (Bethany Beach Wave)
    Sep 21, 2010  - Delaware lawmakers say the state's beaches will get $14.5 million to repair storm damage. Sens. Tom Carper and Ted Kaufman and Rep. Mike Castle announced the funding for Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach and Fenwick Island. Rehoboth Beach and Dewey Beach will get $8.3 million and Fenwick Island will ge... More
  • Carper, Kaufman, Castle Announce Federal Funding for Delaware National Guard Counterdrug Efforts, Drug Education Programming (Coastal Sussex News)
    Sep 1, 2010  - Today, U.S. Senators Tom Carper and Ted Kaufman (both D-Del.) and U.S. Congressman Mike Castle (R-Del.) held a press conference at the Stern Armory in Wilmington to announce the appropriation of $300,000 for the Delaware National Guard Counterdrug Task Force to support the counterdrug efforts of loc... More
  • DRUGS: National Guard to receive funds for counterdrug efforts (Bethany Beach Wave)
    Aug 31, 2010  - Senators Tom Carper and Ted Kaufman, as well as Congressman Mike Castle will announce the appropriation of $300,000 Sept. 1 for the Delaware National Guard to support the counterdrug efforts of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. The event will be held at 1:30 p.m. at the Stern Arm... More
  • Castle’s Lewes roundtable focuses on small business (Cape Gazette)
    Aug 26, 2010  - More than a dozen small business representatives from throughout Sussex County took part in a roundtable discussion on various aspects of county and state economics at a forum moderated by U.S. Rep. Mike Castle (R-DE). The group of business professionals met with Castle Aug. 20, at the Inn at Can... More
  • Bike lanes open on St. Georges Bridge (WDEL)
    Aug 26, 2010  - New bikes lanes open on the St. Georges Bridge over the C & D Canal. Biking enthusiasts have wanted this for 20 years. "I enjoyed being one of the first people to cross the bridge." Avid cyclists Senator Tom Carper, Congressman Mike Castle, and Governor Jack Markell joined dozens of bik... More
  • Castle hears concerns of Sussex business owners (Coastal Sussex Morning News)
    Aug 23, 2010  - Congressman Michael Castle sees a bright future for the Coastal Sussex region. Speaking to a small business roundtable on Friday, Aug. 20, he said that when the economy begins to take off, “this area will become very hot, very fast. . . I believe the future is positive. Castle spent much of the m... More
  • Castle hears small business concerns in Rehoboth (DelmarvaNow)
    Aug 21, 2010  - The financial crisis has diminished the economic climate across the state and, at a recent roundtable discussion, Rep. Mike Castle listened as local small business owners aired their concerns. "My sense is there are things that need to be done on the federal government level," Castle said. "We of... More
  • Castle, Platts Propose Tougher Ethics Measures (Roll Call)
    Aug 11, 2010  - Reps. Mike Castle (R-Del.) and Todd Platts (R-Pa.) have jumped into the debate over the future of the Office of Congressional Ethics, calling for the fledgling office to be given subpoena powers. The duo outlined their proposal along with a host of other ethics, campaign and lobbying reforms in t... More
  • A painless way to pay down debt (Politico)
    Aug 10, 2010  - I have coveted those 50 state quarters with nifty designs ever since I received an official U.S. Mint quarter holder as a gift several years ago. Who knew that I, along with more than 140 million other collectors, would become part of one of the most effective — and least painful — efforts to trim t... More
  • Congressman Mike Castle helps introduce one measure on government accountability; urging the passage of another on safety for young drivers (WGMD)
    Aug 6, 2010  - Congressional ethics rules would be strengthened, improving accountability and transparency within the federal government, under one piece of legislation introduced by Congressman Mike Castle and Pennsylvania Representative Todd Platts. Castle is also urging the passage of the Standup Act, which he ... More