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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 16 -January 22, 1998 - 15 st,totot00o [ Calling all over Cape school board May election By Kerry Kester For the first time since legisla- tion was passed in 1995, the Delaware Department of Elec- tions will manage Sussex County school board elections. The Cape Henlopen School District Board of Education, during its Thursday, Jan. 8, meeting, chose Saturday, May 9, for this year's election. According to Kenneth McDow- ell, Department of Elections ad- ministrative director jn Sussex County, when legislation passed two years ago shifting election su- pervision from school districts to the department, the legislation did not provide funding, so districts continued control for the 1996 and 1997 elections. This year, he said, districts will share labor with the department, and the department will run all other aspects of the elections. "It's not really a new process," said McDowell, who noted the de- partment has been providing vot- ing machines to school districts for several years. "This system has grown nicely. Now we're streamlining." The history in the Cape district is for results to be announced in the auditorium at Lewes Middle School, following completion of the tallying process. The depart- ment has not yet determined whether that practice will contin- ue during this year's election, said McDowell. "We're looking to try to do that," he said. Also undetermined is the filing deadline. In previous school board elections, the filing deadline was one month prior to the elec- tion. McDowell said the depart- ment will determine this year's filing deadline by the end of Janu- ary and make an announcement to the public. The absentee ballot process will definitely change because of the . Continued on page 16 I Bedding is always a Better Buy at DOZENS OF IN STOCK MATTRESS SETS Available For Free Local Delivery Serta  serta Cyclists Continued from page 14 they can detect bicyclists. Some- times, bicycles are not heavy enough to trip those detectors. Tyler complained that buses are still causing conflicts with bikes in the right hand lane of Route 1, although that issue is receiving more notice. "People are waking up to this concern," he said. A list of issues raised Wednes- day includes the following: sup- porting enforcement of dog con- trol laws; inattentive driving; pavement quality, including poor riding conditions on Plantations Road; need for more facilities at shoppng centers and in small towns; better eduction of tourists/visitors; promoting events to increase bicycle acceptance/ awareness; supporting bike units in police departments; and in- creased enforcement of wrong- way riders. Innerspring TWIN SETS Pillow Top 630 Coil Sets Twin Set ...... $378 Full Set ....... $478 Queen Set ..... $548 King Set ...... .$748 Free Brass Plated Headboard With Purchase Of Any Serta Perfect Sleeper Set (while supplies last) SLEEP SOFAS Starting As Low As 000000oo00KING KOIL I l Chiropractor Endorsed l I Queen Sets *398 'l,m i *399 LAY-Z-BOY ENGLAND/CORSAIR LANE- VENTURE CRAFTMASTER ROWE SIMMONS We'll Pick Up and Discard Your Old Sleeper For FREE!!! Folding Full Size Rollaway Cots Your choice 30" *99 or 39" S 129 White Tubular Frame with Full Size Mattress Bookcase Headboards Serta Adjustable Bed White Metal S 17 High Riser White Tubular Twin Size * Extra Long Day Bed  with Innerspring Mattress Bunk Bed CnnmrPslpe;ithattres$ 449 FURNITURE Lewes - Georgetown Hwy. Mon-Sat: 10 to 6, Sun: 12 to 5 FLEXIBLE FINANCING AVAILABLE 302-856-6365, 1-800-893-0307