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54 - CAPEGAZETTE, Ft'iday, Febru $ . Feb 9'L:i995  NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE Business Briefs Continued from Page 53 The Board of Public Works of the City of Lewes will hold its Annual Election on Saturday, April 1, 1995 between the hours of 8 AM and 6 PM prevailing time at City Hall, East Third Street, Lewes, DE. In the forthcoming election, 3 vacancies exist, with each carrying a two year term. QUALIFICATIONS FOR A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. A bona fide citizen of the United States and of the State of Delaware and a res- ident of the City of Lewes for at least ninety (90) days next preceding the date of the annual election for members of the Board of Public Works; and 2. At least twenty-one years of age on the date of the annual election for mem- bers of the Board of Public Works. METHOD OF NOTIFICA- TION OF CANDIDACY: (Fil- ing Deadline) All notifications of candida- cy must be in writing and filed at the Office of the City manager dudng regular busi- ness hours of the City on or before the close of business 4 PM Friday, March 24, 1995. QUAUFICATIONS TO VOTE IN THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS: 1. Every person, male or female, who shall have attained the age of eighteen (18) years on the date of the said annual election and who shall be a bona fide residanl of the City of Lewes or the owner of public lands of the City Council of the City of Lewes for at least thirty (30) days pdor to the date of the annual election shall be enti- tled to vote if such person has registered on the Books of Registered Voters of The City of Lewes. 2. Every non-resident, nat- ural person, male or female who shall have attained the age of eighteen (18) years on the date of annual elec- tion and who shall have been a freeholder of property in The City of Lewes or a Leaseholder on public lands under the jurisdiction of The City of Lewes for a pedod of thirty (30) days immediately preceding the date of the annual election shall" be anti- i tied to vote if such person is] registered on the Books of I Registered Voters of The City of Lewes. 3. Any person shall be reg- istered upon the Books of Registered Voters if such person shall have acquired I the qualifications to vote in I the annual election for the I year which such person rag-] isters. A person shall be I required to register only one I time; provided, however, that if a registered voter falls to vote in two consecutive annual election in whict there is a contest for mem- bership on the Board of Pub- lic Works, the name of such person shall be removed from the Books of Regis- tared Voters and that person shall be required to register again in order to be eligible to vote in the next annual 4 The book of Registered Voters are maintained by the Office of the City Manager and a person may register at the Office of the City Manag- er during the regular busi- ness hours of such office until the close of business 4 PM Friday, March 17, 1995 by completing such forms as may be required by The City of Lewes 5 A freeholder of property shall be deemed to include any natural person who holds fee simple title to real property in his/her own name or who holds title to an undi- vided interest in real property or who holds title to real property as a tenant by the entirety. NOTICE 6 A leaseholder of proper- ty shall be deemed to Include any natural person who is the holder of a lease- hold interest of lands under the jurisdiction of the City Council of The City of Lewes located northeast of the Lewes/Rehoboth Canal and between the Broadkill River on the north and Gills Neck Road Extended on the south, within in his/her own name or who holds title to an undivided interest in such leasehold. NOTICE MILTON LITTLE LEAGUE WILL BE ACCEPTING SEALED BIDS UNTIL 5 PM MONDAY, FEBRUARY, 27, 1995 FOR THE FOLLOW- ING TWO SERVICES: 1. TO INSTALL NEW ELECTRICAL SERVICE TO THE MILTON LITTLE LEAGUE COMPLEX 2. TO REMOVE EXISTING LIGHTS AND REPLACE WITH NEW LIGHTS FOR THE MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL FIELD INQUIRIES CAN BE MADE BY CALLING (302) 684-4164 BIDS WILL BE REVIEWED AND OPE- NEND AT THE MONDAY MEETING OF THE MILTON LITTLE LEAGUE, FEBRU- ARY 27, 1995 AT 7 PM AT THE MILTON CIVIC CEN- TER. NOTICE IMPACT OVER 1.2 MILLION HOUSEHOLDS WITH YOUR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT! NOTICE The following Ordinance was approved on January 10, 1995, by the Sussex County Council: ORDINANCE NO. 1006 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE COMPRE- HENSIVE ZONING MAP OF SUSSEX COUNTY FROM AN GR GENERAL RESI- DENTIAL DISTRICT TO AN AR-1 AGRICULTURAL RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT FOR A CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN LEWES AND REHOBOTH HUNDRED SUSSEX COUNTY, CON- TIANING 2.65 ACRES MORE OR LESS (land lying on the south side of Route 283; application filed on behalf of CHARLES P. MOORE; C/'Z #1248) NOTICE The following Ordinance was approved on January 17, 1995, by the Sussex County Council: ORDINANCE NO. i008 WITH CONDITIONS AN ORDINANCE TO GRANT A CONDITIONAL USE OF LAND IN AN AR-1 AGRICULTURAL RESI- DENTIAL DISTRICT FOR 117 DRY BOAT STORAGE SLIPS WITHIN AN EXIST- ING MANUFACTURED HOME PARK TO BE LOCATED ON A CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN INDIAN RIV- ER HUNDRED, SUSSEX COUNTY, CONTAINING 1.99 ACRES MORE OR LESS (land lying on the north side of South Beach Ddve, within Angola Beach Mobile Home Park; applica- tion filed on behalf of ANGO- LA COMMUNITY PART- NERS, L. L C.; C/U #1096) The following Ordinance was approved on January 10, 1995, by the Sussex County Council: ORDINANCE NO. 1007 WITH CONDITIONS AN ORDINANCE TO GRANT A CONDITIONAL USE OF LAND IN AN AR-1 AGRICULTURAL RESI- DENTIAL DISTRICT FOR AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND TOWING SERVICE TO BE LOCATED ON A CER- TAIN PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN LEWES AND REHOBOTH HUNDRED, SUSSEX COUNTY, CONTAINING 2.65 ACRES MORE OR LESS (land lying on the south side of Route 283; application filed on behalf ot CHARLES P. MOORE; C/U #1097) The Board of Adjustment of the City of Rehoboth Beach will hold a public headng on the 17th day of February, 1995 at 7 PM in the Com- missioner's Room at 229 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, upon the matter of an appeal of six rulings made by the Building & Supervisor against the single family dwelling plans sbumitted by the applicants, David and Gweneth Brown, for a dwelling located at 47 Surf Avenue. Barring an approved appeal on these rulings, the applicants are requesting A VARIANCE and/or SPECIAL EXCEP- TION for same. The Code Sections being challenged are as follows: Section 19-4, titled "Definitions"; Section 19-32.2, titled =Lot Cover- age'; Section 19-31, titled "Height Regulations"; and CABO Code Sections R-118 and R-205. All persons in interest are hereby notified to be present and to attend the determina- tion of such APPEAL by said Board. Such hearing may be adjourned from time to time by said Board without further notice. For additional infor- mation or special accomm- modations, please call (302) 227-6181 (TDD Accessible) ten (10) days prior to the meeting. Issued this 27th dayof January, 1995 pursuant to the Rules heretofore adopt- ed by the Board of Adjust- ment of the City of Rehoboth Beach. Board of Adjustment of the City of P.ehoboth Beach By Fdtz Heeaemer, .:. Chairman. The Planning and Zoning Board of the Town of Dewey Beach will will meet on Friday, Feb- ruary 10, 1995, at 7 PM in the Life Saving Station at 1 Dagsworthy Avenue. Items on the agenda include dis- cussion of the parking situa- tion in Dewey Beach. The public is invited to attend and comment. Per- sons with disabilities requir- ing special accommoda- tions, please contact Town Hall 72 hours in advance. Karen Ulrich Building Official Send a. Valentine! I Cape Gazette Classified Section One column by One inch display ads Only $3! Sorry, no phone calls. All ads must be pre-paid. Mail in your copy or stop by! P.O. Box 213 Lewes, DE 19958 Dear Joey, I love you! Typo You twinkle J like a star, Dana! Love, Mommy iii!i!!i0000i ii00ii ii00i!00i00i:i00 ii00!i!i!i! : p Nii:;: IIY, S $150 for 25 words or less, $6 for each additional word. DEADMNIBS All ads and payments are due by noon Wednes- days for publication the following week. WORD COUNT Phone numbers, house numbers, street and direction, name of dry. state, and zip code each count as one word. Post office box number and route and box numbers count as two words. L,re eer East Illtimom 0uide cmoa Coun Ttme .g Camollc Re' ,o ,nerlcan Cun'Odnd'llmes East Baltimore Qulde e washt nines cecuwg . sea n4ees I'dnc Oeorge's Po Ilerald Hail Free I'teM Pletrk i'ot New I/TImes :nmes slar SCAOR seeks donations for auction The Sussex County Association of Realtors (SCAOR) community service committee is seek- ing donations for its Annual Auction and 50s Dance, which is slated for Tuesday, Feb. 14 at Crabber's Cove in the Ruddertowne complex, Dewey Beach. Great food and music will be pro- vided from 6:30 p.m. to midnight at $15 per per- son. Anyone wishing to donate.an item or anyone wishing to purchase tickets should call 855-2300 or send a fax if charging tickets by credit card, with number and expiration date, to 855-2319 by Feb. 10. All proceeds will benefit the needy chil- dren of Sussex County. Injuries in workplace YMCA topic "Overuse It=juries in the Workplace - Remedies and Prevention," is the topic of a free Wellness Program at the Sussex Family YMCA on Thurs- day, Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. Bob Cairo, physical therapist from Tidewater Physical Therapy, will give the presentation. Also, Dr. Hary Heck of Chiropractic Associates will give a talk, "Advantages of Chiro- practic Care for Arthritic Sufferers" at 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 23. Call the Sussex Family YM- CA, 105 Church St., Rehoboth, at 227-8018. Lynch's Services expands business Jerry Lynch, owner of Lynch's Services of Re- hoboth Beach, has announced that he has added hauling, including light demolition, junk, etc., to his list of services. Lynch also offers lawn care and yard maintenance services. For more informa- tion call him at 227-6712. Scout show set at Rehoboth Mall The Boy Scouts of Sussex County will set up displays on Saturday, Feb. 4 at Rehoboth Mall in celebration of their 85th birthday. After an open- ing ceremony at 10:30 a.m., performed by host Troop 198, color guards from Troop 85 and flag bearers.from all participating packs and troops, the scouts will give demonstrations, answer questions and let the public participate in activities such as knot and lash tying, first aid, nature, personal fit- ness, camp activities and cooking. Weather permitting, a booth from Mitchell's will sell items from scouting families. Anyone + wishing to place an order ahead of time should call Sandra at 436-9009. Delmarva forestry seminar set Feb. 4 The 14th annual Delmarva Forestry Seminar will be held Saturday, Feb. 4, at Parkside High School in Salisbury, Md. The program will offer something of interest to anyone interested in im- proving management of woodlands. There will be six workshops and those in atten- dance can attend three of their choice. The work- shops are: Developing your forest stewardship plan; wildlife management for your woodlot; quail and turkey management; insects and diseases in your woodlot; forest tax issues; and marketing and selling your timber. For more information, call Bob Tjaden at 410-827-8056. Wells Realty CENTURY 21 affiliate CENTURY 21 of the Mid-Atlantic states is pleased to announce the affiliation of Wells Realty in Milford, which is joining CENTURY 21 after more than 40 years of serving Kent and Sussex counties. Joseph W. Wells Jr. said he decided to affiliate with CENTURY 21 because "we share a commitment with CENTURY 21 to provide quali- ty service to our customers. The advantage our customers will have because of this affiliation is undeniable - a national referral network and multi- million dollar advertising. And our agents will be better trained than our competitors due to CEN- TURY 21's emphasis on training and many years of research and development. Wells Realty is lo- cated m, I 0 Northwest ,Front Stre in Mitford