DOVER FREIGHT BUSINESS OWNERS SURVEY

Date Posted: Thursday, January 7th, 2021

Please complete the survey HERE.   Thanks!



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Banning/Clarence St Study now available on MPO Channel!

Date Posted: Friday, May 28th, 2021

You can see the Banning/Clarence St Study presentation on our YouTube channel, or just CLICK HERE!



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Final UPWP now available online

Date Posted: Thursday, May 27th, 2021

Please click here to go to the final UPWP, adopted May 5th, 2021.



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Public Workshop transcript now available

Date Posted: Saturday, May 1st, 2021

Please use the SharePoint link below to access the power point and recording of last week’s (4/21/21) Dover Air Cargo Community Workshop 2.   https://cei-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/tfoglietta_centuryeng_com/EvonIxKmwcdPvKbKMHlLwPgBwwXlPgVwN8GlXev0idMxlg?e=k2mzSi



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Request for Proposal – Professional Auditing Services

Date Posted: Thursday, April 8th, 2021

Please click here for outside audit RFP



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Public Workshop for Freight Study – April 21st

Date Posted: Wednesday, March 31st, 2021

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DOVER/KENT MPO ANNOUNCES DRAFT OF 2022 UPWP NOW PUBLISHED FOR REVIEW

Date Posted: Thursday, March 25th, 2021

Media Release              FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Helen Wiles, Public Outreach Manager 302-387-6026 helen.wiles@doverkentmpo.org   DOVER/KENT MPO ANNOUNCES DRAFT OF 2022 UPWP NOW PUBLISHED FOR REVIEW   The Dover/Kent MPO announces a copy of the draft for the 2022 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) is now published. The 2022 UPWP will outline the projects and programs the MPO plans to address in the next fiscal year. The UPWP draft is available on the MPO website (www.doverkentmpo.org) for review and comments. All comments must be received before May 5, 2021 when the MPO Council will vote to adopt the budget and the outlines of the UPWP.   All comments may be submitted on the website under suggestion box, by email helen.wiles@doverkentmpo.org or by phone (302) 387-6030.   The Dover/Kent County Metropolitan Planning Organization is a Federally mandated not-for-profit that works with local, state and federal governments along with local transportation organizations to ensure that transportation planning and projects are done in compliance with Federal mandates to include the Federal Clean Air Act and the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST).   For more information on the Dover/Kent County MPO, please visit www.doverkentmpo.org or call Helen Wiles at 302-387-6026.     The draft of the 2022 UPWP is available here: Draft of FY22 UPWP



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City of Dover Projects

Date Posted: Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

Below are the City of Dover Projects presented by the MPO to the Dover City Council.   City of Dover Projects 2-23-2021



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FY22 UPWP Project Solicitation Letter

Date Posted: Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020

FY22 project solicitation letter 12 11 2020



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DOVER/KENT COUNTY MPO ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Date Posted: Wednesday, December 16th, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  12/11/2020 For more information, please contact Helen Wiles at Helen.Wiles@doverkentmpo.org      DOVER KENT COUNTY MPO ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR   DOVER, DE—Mayor and MPO Council Chair Robin Christiansen announced today that Marilyn J. Smith has been named the new Executive Director of the Dover/Kent County MPO.   “We are thrilled to announce Marilyn Smith as our new Executive Director for the Dover/Kent MPO,” Christiansen said. “Marilyn’s years of leadership and economic development experience were important factors in her selection but even more important to us was her obvious love and appreciation for the people and communities that make Dover and Kent County such a special place. The board and I are confident that she and our capable MPO staff will build on the great work Reed Macmillan has done and will help bring our community’s vision for transportation improvement and sustainable business growth to life.”   Smith’s 30-year career has included prominent roles in public, private, and nonprofit leadership and economic development, with project management experience building public-private partnerships, leading strategic planning initiatives, and visioning for community development. Helen Wiles, MPO public outreach manager, endorsed the hire saying, “Marilyn is going to be instrumental in taking the MPO to the next level.”   Smith is hitting the ground running and will spend her first 30 days on the job working side-by-side with retiring Executive Director Reed Macmillan. Macmillan has served as Executive Director since October of 2017 and announced last month that he would be stepping down at the end of the year. “I have enjoyed my past three years working as your Executive Director and now look forward to enjoying my military retirement,” he said.   For her part, Smith says she is eager to build on the MPO’s successes and planning already in place. “I’m excited to work with our exceptional staff, Council, and committees to build on their many successes, especially in the development and implementation of Innovation 2045. Our region will continue to face challenges as our nation navigates the hardship of a global pandemic. But this community is strong, our leaders are honest and capable, and our businesses and employees are extraordinary. Together, we can rise to this and any occasion and achieve the vision we share for Dover and Kent County’s bright future.”    Smith is relocating to Delaware from Johnstown, New York. She points to a personal visit to Delaware for a family celebration in 2018 as the spark that ignited her love for the state. “I went back to New York, but my heart stayed here,” she said.   Smith has a B.S. in Political Science from Weber State University and an MPA from the University of Utah. She is an adjunct faculty member at Excelsior College and Purdue Global University. Her past roles include Senior Economic Development Advisor for U.S. Congressman Paul Tonko from 2012 to 2020 and Executive Director for Cornell University Cooperative Extension in Fulton and Montgomery Counties from 2000 to 2012.   Smith and her team […]



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