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42 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 4 - February 10, 1994 Building Permits Continued from page 41 way which increases its non-conformity, and Chapter 197-87B, Build- ing Projection Restric- tions, which prohibits a building or part of a build- ing to project into the sideyard setback. All persons in interest are hereby notified to be present and to attend the meeting whore a deter- micmon will be made by said Board. Such meeting may be adjourned from time to time by said Board with- out further notice. issued his 28th day of January 1994, pursuant to the rules heretofore adopted by the Board of Adjustment. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT THE CITY OF LEWES Harvey Cupp, Chairman The Town Commie- Public Hearing will be sioners of Dewey held by the Planning Beach will hold a public Commission of the City hearing on Saturday, of Rehoboth Beach, February 12, 1994, at Delaware on Monday, 9:00 a.m. at the Dewey the 14th day of February, Beach Lifesaving Station 1994, at 7 o'clock in the at 1 Dagsworthy Street evening, prevailing time, for the purpose of review- in the Commissioners' ing a request for Condi- Room, on the matter of tional Use Approval by an application for parti- Ms. Blanche Capuano, T/A Stacey's Salad Bar. Her request seeks approval for 12 seats on an outside deck at 1505 "Highway One The public is invited to attend and comment. Persons with disabili- ties requiring special accommodations should contact Town Hall 72 hours in advance of hear- ing. tioning Lots 21 and 23 Scarborough Avenue Extended. For additional informa- tion or special accommo- dations, please call (302) 227-6181 (TDD Accessi- ble) ten (10) days prior to the meeting. All interested parties ere invited to attend Karen Ulrich Gregory Ferrese Building Official City 1/28-2/4 Manager Briefly We Ship & We Deliver Something Special for Every Valentine - Discount offered if ordered by February 7, 1994 Call 73 Lake Ave. 226-2016 Rehoboth Beach, DE Thomas and Kathy Spies, Indi- an Landing North, Indian River Hundred, porch, deck and siding, $8,656. Dennis Casey, Sussex Shores, Baltimore Hundred, dwelling, $118,721. Stephen Paul and Caroline Lamphier, KeenWik, Baltimore Hundred, dwelling, $138,150. Herbert and Nancy Beutler, Route 336, Dagsboro Hundred, addition, $6,912. Robert and Yvette Streahle, Sel- byville, Baltimore Hundred, dwelling, $103,381. Phillip J. and Nancy Grealy, The Preserve, Baltimore Hundred, dwelling, $109,656. William and Laura Dixon, Route 32, Northwest Fork Hun- dred, private workshop, $3,840. Pine Acres, Inc., Leisure Point, Indian River Hundred, move path and remodel, $3,000. Roland and Mary Ann Tice, Route 13A, Broad Creek Hun- dred, addition to business, $3,500. Mildred A. and James A. Sher- man, Route 594, Cedar Creek Hundred, unattached garage and remodel, $16,736. Weldon Watson, Cedar Creek Hundred, interior remodeling, $11,500. William J. Layfield, Little Creek Hundred, siding, $5.200. Dave Kirchman, Lewes, Lewes- Rehoboth Hundred, remodeling, $15,000. Terry and Barbara Lowe, Rt. 592, Nanticoke Hundred, addi- tion, $24,960. Harry J. Villani, Angola Beach, Indian River Hundred, A-roof, $6,624. Kevin and Gaile Steward, Teal Point, Broadkill Hundred, shed and deck, $4,512. Robert J. and Mary A. Fern, Warwick Park, Indian River Hun- dred, dwelling, $109,116. Everett J. and Barbara Santos, Crystal Restaurant in Rehoboth sold The Crystal Restaurant on Rehoboth Avenue, ext., Rehoboth Beach, is under new ownership. Victoria Tsoukalas, whose hus- band Nick founded and operated the restaurant until his death this past year, sold the business to Niki and Harry Tsoukalas of Rehoboth Beach on Jan. 20. According to manager Georgia Salazar, the menu will be expanded to include some new items, including BLT sandwiches, as well as a chil- dren's menu and specials on senior citizen night, which will be on Wednesdays. Custom builder plans home building seminar Due tO the success of past semi- nars, Boardwalk Builders, Inc. will again present their Custom Home Building Seminar at 10 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 19 and again North Shores, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, change attic into room addition, $4,800. Glenn William Betts, Rt. 417, Gumboro Hundred, dwelling with porch, $69,185. Richard G. Moore and Dave Deluca, Rt. 251, Broadkill Hun- dred, dwelling with two decks, $49,880. Ocean Farm, L.P., Ocean Farms, Baltimore Hundred, dwelling, $56,624. Stanley C. Newins, Salt Pond, Baltimore Hundred, dwelling, $97,974. Linda Teplica, Pilot Town Vil- lage, Lewes and Rehoboth Hun- dred, dwelling with garage, $100,280. William and Audrey Francis, Lewes, Lewes and Rehoboth Hun- dred, remodeling, $9,600. Thomas W. and Katherine M. Hofmann, The Preserve, Balti- more Hundred, dwelling, $127,072. David and Jean E. Isenberg, Morning View, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, dwelling with garage, $53,688. Earl R. and Kathryn R. Watson, Fenwick Island, Baltimore Hun- dred, dwelling with deck, $44,840. Michael R. and Karen L. Hum- mel, Milford, Cedar Creek Hun- dred, remodeling, $8,500. Theresa M. Moyer, River Breeze, Indian River Hundred, unattached garage, $7,488. Janet L. Wood and Larry B. Jer- read, Rt. 409, Dagsboro Hundred, dwelling, $85,870. Ralph W. and Carol A. Hawkins, Seatowne, Baltimore Hundred, dwelling, $102,217. Robert P. and Elaine Connell, Bay Breeze Estates, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, dwelling and garage, $67,064. Robert and Janice Shaffer; Salt Pond, Baltimore Hundred, at 1 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 20. The seminar will cover topics such as How to Choose Your Builder, Site Selection, Design, Budget, Financing, and Construction of Custom Homes. "This seminar gives owners all of the tools that they need to ensure a successful home building experience," said Steven C. Anderson, president of the Rehoboth Beach custom home building firm. There is no charge for the semi- nar but reservations are required. Call 227-5754 for more informa- tion, reservations and directions. Boardwalk Builders, Inc. builds and remodels custom homes in the Delaware resort areas. Beware of fraud in firewood purchases William Lagamann, supervisor of Delaware's Weights and Mea- sures Section, has announced that he has received numerous calls this winter from people who believe they may have been short- changed when they bought fire- dwelling, $87,660. Billy S. and Eva W. Farlow, Rt. 602, Nanticoke Hundred,'dog kennel, $25,000. William Weistling, Fenwick Island, Baltimore Hundred, addi- tion to unattached garage, $2,880. Thomas G. and Mary Diane Luffman, Rt. 504, Little Creek Hundred, dwelling, $45,560. Dorothy Dick, Pot Nets North, Indian River Hundred, A-roof and addition, $3,072. Irvin Lee and Nancy Lee Betts, Rt. 471, Dagsboro Hundred, relo- cate dwelling, $10,000. Homer F. and Karen S. King, $5. 295, Little Creek Hundred, dwelling with garage, $43,900. Howard C. and Robert W. Dar- by, Rt. 505, Little Creek Hundred, dwelling with garage, $63,960. Pamela Grace Plummer Cranston, Silver Lake Manor, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, screened porch, $3,864. Orient Chemical Corp., Seaford, Seaford Hundred, remodel interior office, $5,000. James Adams and Harvey Ken- ton Jr., Milford, Cedar Creek Hundred, duplex with deck, $90,000. Donald D. and Janeen Parrish, Land of Pleasant Living, Balti- more Hundred, deck, $3,060. Stephen Jr. and Susan Z. Man- del, North Shores, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, dwelling, $760,000. Marlin and Janice Schrock, Rt. 36, Nanticoke Hundred, addition, $15,120. Bryan C. Derrickson and Olivia K. Bailey, Cave Colony, Broadkill Hundred, dwelling, $78,576. Ernest L. Kollock St., Rt. 334, Dagsboro Hundred, unattached garage, $9,984. Hocker Manufacturing Co., Inc., Lewes, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, warehouse, $150,000. John H. Osborne, Northwest Fork Hundred, roof and remodel- ing, $12,325. wood. While Delaware has no laws covering the sale of fire- wood, he has no regulation authority, but does offer advice to purchasers. "You must know your dealer and trust the dealer to deliver the amount promised," Lagamann said. First-time buyers should ask for a current business license, but he admits the license is no guaran- tee people will get a fair deal. Be on the lookout for advertisements that list a "stack, load or pile" of firewood. Firewood should always be sold by the cord or a part of a cord. A full cord is 128 cubic feet and would measure four feet wide by four feet high and eight feet long if stacked on the ground. A full cord can never be carried in a pick-up truck--three-quarters of a cord, at the most, could fit in a normal pickup. For more information on buying firewood, call the Department of Agriculture at 1-800-282-8685. For information on using fire- wood, call 856-5580.