Friends for Jeff Spiegelman
Welcome to June! While that means summer is afoot, it also means the busiest of busy seasons for us in Legislative Hall. We still have to pass the Budget, Bond, and Grants-in-Aid bills in addition to other legislation that will be completed (for good or bad) in the rest of this legislative year, ending in the weeeeeeee hours of the morning on July 1st.
-I would like to thank DelDOT for working with me on a couple of bills this year involving EzPass, political signs, and DUI laws. I have a meeting about these bills tomorrow as I am trying to put the final pieces on them this year before we break in July.
-The Joint Legislative Oversight and Sunset committee is meeting twice this week to try and finish up the recommendation hearings for the entities we still have under review this year. We also, this month, will be voting on what entities to send to review in 2020. If you have suggestions, please let me know ASAP
-Wednesday evening is the June Townsend Town Council meeting at 730
-Thursday I am attending the State Chamber of Commerce Legislative Brunch and the Governor’s annual after-session picnic.
-I am still putting together our next round of meetings and coffees with constituents. Are there any days and times you would like us to try to schedule? Thank you to those who have made requests. We will try to accommodate you.
Mmmmmmm bacon. Couple of benefits of baked bacon. Its less messy. Its more healthy. And, very importantly, I find it easier to do things to it like adding hot sauce, pepper, brown sugar, or all of the above!
The key here is a good broiling pan with a flat rack so the bacon can cook but allow the fat to drip into the pan below. Preheat oven to 400. Line the bottom of the pan with foil. Place the rack on top and spray lightly with the cooking spray. Layer the bacon in a single layer. Add your fixins and bake for 20 minutes.
Representative 11th District
Legislative Hall: PO Box 1401. Dover, DE 19903