Since being established in 1921, A.P. Croll & Son, Inc. has provided quality sitework and utility construction for residential, commercial, county, state and municipal projects. Located in Georgetown, Delaware, the company provides construction services from Central Delaware to Maryland's Eastern Shore. Additionally, A.P. Croll & Son, Inc. operates a recycling facility in Georgetown. This site accepts clean unprocessed concrete and asphalt. As inventory levels permit, processed concrete and millings are available for purchase.
Chesapeake Utilities Corporation enjoys a long and prosperous history. The Dover Gas Light Company, formed in 1859, would eventually become Chesapeake Utilities Corporation, even though the Company wasn't officially incorporated in the State of Delaware until 88 years later in 1947. The very next year, the Company acquired two smaller gas companies, one in Seaford, Delaware, and the other in nearby Salisbury, Maryland, and the Company hasn't stopped growing ever since.
With the acquisition of Florida Public Utilities Company in 2009, the Company expanded its energy presence throughout the state of Florida.
Delmarva Power provides safe and reliable energy to more than 500,000 electric delivery customers in Delaware and on the Delmarva Peninsula.
One of the largest and most experienced energy suppliers in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
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Georgetown Blueprint for Revitalization- "A Plan to Revitalize"
- Goals & Objectives and Programs & Projects.
"This is a living document, intended to help guide the future growth and revitalizationthat Georgetown hopes to realize over the course of the next decade."
Georgetown is 16 Miles from Anywhere in Sussex County - Bethel, Blades, Bethany Beach, Bridgeville, Dagsboro, Delmar, Dewey Beach, Ellendale, Fenwick Island, Frankford, Greenwood, Henlopen Acres, Laurel, Lewes, Millsboro, Millville, Milton, Milford, Ocean View, Rehoboth Beach, Seaford, Slaughter Beach, South Bethany,