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50 )) FISCAL CLIFF: Deal leaves Delaware workers paying more P18 ca pegazette.com FRIDAY, JANUARY 4 - MONDAY, JA NUARY 7, 2013 RV resort, campground proposed Plans call for 600 wooded sites near Love Creek By Ron MacArthur ronm@capegazette.com Plans to develop a 162-acre campground for RVs, tents and cabins have been sub- mitted to Sussex County officials. Developer lack Lingo Asset Manage- merit has filed a conditional-use applica- tion with Sussex County for an RV camp- ground. It's the third such project present- fed for consideration over the past year. lack Lingo Asset Management has two applications pending for Love Creek RV Resort and Campground off Ward and Cedar Grove roads between Lewes and Rehoboth Beach. Lingo is asking for a con- ditional use and a zoning change from GR, general residential district, to AR-1, agri- cultural residential, for 74 acres of the par- cel. If approved, the entire parcel would be zoned AR-1. Campgrounds are prohib- ited in GR zones. Continued on page 9 OVERFALLS.DROPS ANCHOR ON A NEW YEAR CAPE BASKETBALL Vikings drop two at Governor's Challenge P72 POLICE Grinches steal holiday lights for second year in a row P14 SUSSEX COUNTY Developer withdraws plans for Bethany Beach water park P16 MILTON John Collier and Michael Cot will takeseats on council P17 BETHANNE AND JOSH MARLOWE of Georgetown were among the New Year's Eve crowd at Canalfront Park in Lewes to watch the anchor drop on the Lightship Overfalls. At right, the anchor begins its descent to RON MACARTHUR PHOTOS mark the passage of 2012 and welcome 2013. Approximately 250 people attended the second annual event. See more photographs on page 4 Newtown hits home for Angola grandmother Hartman thanks Cape community for support By Kara Nuzback knuzback@capegazette.com The funeral of Josephine Grace Gay was standing room only. Josephine, who turned 7 on Dec. 11, was a victim of the shooting at Sandy Hook El- ementary School in Newtown, Conn. On Dec. 14, a 20-year-old man entered the elementary school and opened fire, killing 20 children and six school employ- ees. The day after the shooting, Josephine's grandmother, Katherine Hart- man, left her home in Angola Beach and Estates and headed to Newtown to be with her family. Hartman said the families in Newtown are overwhelmed by the support they have received from across the country. "It's just absolutely wonderful," she said. "You can't believe it." Hartman said police in Connecticut are Continued on page 12 LEWES Society seeks to boost its historic cachet; looks for accreditation P22 EDUCATION H.O.B. third-graders say thanks to parents, families F78 INDEX Arts & Entertainment 57 Business & Real Estate 33 Community Calendar 67 Cape Life 44 Classifieds 80 Obituaries 21 School & Education 78 Sports & Outdoors 72 "The price of liberty is eternal vigilance." REHOBOTH WRITERS GUILD 'Canaan' author to discuss writing life p6o 61111!!!,!11!0!!UIIII