Lewes Officials Ponder Fate of Earl Bradley Home
Officials in Lewes are trying to decide the fate of the home of former pediatrician and convicted pedophile Earl Bradley who was found to have violated over a hundred children.
For a while the home had a for-sale sign but was never purchased.
So, Mayor Jim Ford said that the city was exploring alternative uses for the property other than a single home.
He told the Salisbury Daily Times that the town is currently discussing the future of the property with the bank.
One possibility, he said, was to create a 40-by-175-foot mini public park.
Any change would have to go through the Lewes Historical Preservation Commission.