Henry Nutter and wife Vera hold the artist’s rendering of the “Nutter Park”

sign that he was presented with March 16.

Photo by Michael Sullivan

Tax referendum - The vote on the Woodbridge School District referendum was still in progress when the Star went to press. See next week’s edition for reaction to the vote.

Pine Street project - Seaford officials are interested in extending the municipal water supply out to an area along Pine Street that has actually been annexed in the city for 10 years. Page 2

Charter School woes - A $600,000 loan that the Georgetown Charter School, Laurel, was counting on to help get it to the end of school year has fallen through. Page 3

New Bridgeville plant - Pictsweet Frozen Foods, a division of United Foods, Inc., plans to open a $3 million processing plant on Cannon Road (north of Route 18), Bridgeville. Page 3

Fraud charges - Delaware imposed an $11 million bail order on William Booze, after State Police arrested him March 19 in connection with securities fraud, confidence schemes, and land confidence schemes. Page 4

Final concert in series - The final concert of the Seaford Community Concert Association will feature The London Piano Duo David Nettle and Richard Markham. Page 6

Dinner-Auction - A canvasback hen decoy made in about 1940 is one of the choice items that will be offered for bidding at the annual NHS Auxiliary dinner-auction. Page 11

Rev your engines - The Lower Delaware Mustang Club has been operating since 1987. Page 12

Delmarva Auto Alley -- Pages 12-13