Sunday, October 27, 2002

delaware news

The Board of Bar Examiners of the Delaware Supreme Court have announced the names of those who have passed the bar exam in Delaware.

Judge Carl Goldstein has announced his retirement from the Superior Court of Delaware, to take effect at the end of November. His future plans may involve teaching or music. His intelligence and experience on the bench will be missed. I hope that he does start teaching. Sharing what he has learned during his judicial tenure is a great opportunity for anyone fortunate enough to be his student. Judge Goldstein also performs roots music, and is a longtime DJ for a Saturday morning radio show (Fire on the Mountain) at the University of Delaware (WVUD -- 91.3 FM).

EZ-Pass transponders are wearing out more quickly than expected, prompting the company which issues them in Delaware and New Jersey to "agree to provide 209,000 free replacement windshield transponders to New Jersey and Delaware." It sounds like the program needs some work.

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