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CAPE GAZETI, Friday, January 10 - January 16, 1997. 15 Lewes opens bids for police office expansion, PBM Construction Company of Swedesboro, NJ, appears to be the low bidder for a proposed expan- sion of city hall in Lewes to ac- commodate larger police depart- ment facilities. Seven bids for the long-consid- ered project were opened follow- ing a 3 p.m, deadline on Thursday, Jan. 9. The bidding includes a base project as well as eight alternate items including a basement, a con- crete foundation wall, a new exit from council chambers, painting the entire exterior of city hall, re- moving an in-ground fuel tank and installing a new one, paving of the parking area, and a steel or cast iron heating boiler. PBM's bid of $428,000 was the lowest of the base bids. Lewes council will consider the .base bids and alternate bids and decide to go with any of the alternates - or the project at all - at the Monday, Jan. 13 meeting. Other bids came from Briggs, Conventional, Corps, Kent, Moore, and Ven- ables. Beebe Continued from page 14 "In some states," he said, "as- sisted living has become part of the regulated healthcare system." For example, New Jersey law re- quires a certificate of need to build an assisted living facility. With the new assisted living de- velopment, said Fried, "the ser- vices can be brought to the people, and it is more efficient for doctors to seem them there." Assisted living is an expansion of Beebe's other services. Ap- proximately a year ago, it pur- chased Lewes Convalescent Cen- ter, which it oversees managerial- ly. The center provides transition- al care, skilled nursing or tradi- tional care as well as some custo- dial care. The hospital recently an- nounced it will open satellite fa- cilities in several Sussex County communities to ease the travel ne- cessity for medical services. It al- so offers home healthcare and an adult daycare service at Gull House in Rehoboth Beach. New to Beebe's agenda i-s de- veloping home infusion therapy. "That's something we had not been involved in traditionally," said Fried. Beebe Medical Cen- ter, Kent General Hospital and Edgehill Pharmacy are forming a partnership to perform the service. Fried said that the agreement stemmed from both hospitals' de- sire to eliminate both the competi- tion and duplication of services in order to provide people with the most cost effective means for get- ting their intravenous therapies in their homes. "It requires some kind of over- sight by a registered nurse to make sure everything is working well," said Fried, who added he believes that ultimately the pro- gram will provide cost savings and more comfort for the patient s . How Beebe will fund the assist- ed living project is not conclusive, Fried said. As with the Gull House program, some public funding could be available. Fried said the hospital will also be in contact with the Beebe Medical Foundation to seek its advice on funding options. No target date has been set for the project's initi- ation. pr n I  l m Im ml limb  =mm SHim I i S O0 OFF , I COUPON ! | Buy any pair of Magnivision Reading ! II Glasses and save $5.00. Available in | _= assorted styles and strengths. -, I I - Designer frame Fashion frame -Traditional styling II styles styles - Polished plastic & Comfort spring -Clear and gradient metal frames I hinges for a tinted lenses  nentLe,se$1 om,orta0,o ,,t MZ:, I /00AC;NliVII$11000I World's Best-Selling Reading Glasses ! COUPONS . m EXPIRE 1/26/97 Cannot be used in conjunctior Limit one (1) per customer with any other offer. CG-- Come February 1, all of us at the Cape Gazette will be pulling up stakes and breaking camp. We'll unplug our computers, wrap cords around tele- phones, load boxes into trucks and say goodbye to all of our good friends in the Shoppes of Camelot. But we're not moving far. Our new offices will be in the Midway Shopping Center Annex, behind the Roadhouse Restaurant, next door to Cape Billiards. That's about a mile north of our present office. We've been fortunate to enjoy steady growth in our three and a half years of business. Our new offices will provide much enlarged space for continued growth and improvement. We look forward to many more years of serving the communities of Delaware's unique Cape Region from our new offices. Our new phone number will be 645-7700 C)UF neuJ fax number will be 645-1664 Our new location mill be 36 Midway Shopping Center Serving Delaware's Cape Region ALL II VITAMIN E PAPER BACK BOOKS ! REDEEMABLE ONLY  , AT EDGEHILL PHARMACYB COUPON EXPIRES 1t26/97 .CI 8 UU,ii m COVERGIRr I ENTIRE sTOCK | UMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER * COUPON EXPIRES 1/26/97 CG BBBB ml IB mmm   =m B' i COUPON EXPIRES 1f26R7 CEil BilliRR m