Partnership entity formed by Carney delinquent in filing
DOVER, Del. (AP) — A public-private partnership incorporated by Gov. John Carney to lead Delaware’s economic development efforts has failed to file a required annual report with the state and owes more than $200 in fees and penalties.
Division of Corporations records list the Delaware Prosperity Partnership as delinquent and owing $224, including penalties and interest for not paying a $25 annual filing fee. An annual report from the organization was due in March.
Carney is listed as sole incorporator of the partnership, which was formed last year after lawmakers approved a bill authorizing the new entity to lead Delaware’s economic development efforts.
In addition to his role as incorporator, Carney also is a lead director and co-chair of the partnership’s board.
Carney’s spokesman did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment Friday.