Rehoboth voters gave the thumbs up to $70 million for building a new city hall and a new wastewater outfall.
$52 million will go to the outfall and $18 million for the new city hall.
Mayor Sam Cooper told the television station that he was relieved after approval by voters over the weekend.
The city hall project got the green light by more than 150 votes out of 12-hundred ballots cast.
Meanwhile, the outfall has gotten opposition from environmental groups who fear the pollution from nutrients flowing into the water.