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70 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 28- March 6, 1997 Continued from Page69 NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE Don't make a move without checking out the entertainment section in this week's Estate of MARTIN JAMES O'TOOLE deceased. Notice is hereby given that Letters of Testamentary upon the estate of Martin James O'Toole who depart- ed this life on the 4th day of February, A. D. 1997, late of Lewes, Delaware were duly granted unto Thomas C. o"roole on the 21st day of February A. D. 1997, and all persons indebted to the said deceased are required to make payments to said Executor without delay, and all persons having demands against the deceased are required to exhibit and pre- sent the same duly probated to the said Executor on or before the 4th day of Octo- ber, A. D. 1997, or abide by the law in this behalf. Executor Thomas C. o"roole 128 Hartford Court i Angola Estates Lewes, DE 19958 Charles J. Rogers Register of Wills Estate of ADAM F. BONKOSKI, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration W/W/A upon the estate of Adam F. Bonkoski who departed this life on the 7th day of February, A.D. 1997, late of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware were duly granted nto Frank Laudeman on the 19th day of February, A.D. 1997, and all persons indebt- ed to the said deceased are required to make payments to the administrator w/w/a without delay, and all per- sons having demands against the deceased are required to exhibit and pre- sent the same duly probated to the said administrator w/wla on or before the 7th day of October, A.D. 1997 or abide by the law in this behalf. Administrator W/W/A Frank Laudeman M. Street #29 Rehoboth Bay Park Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Attomey Daniel P. Myers, II P. O. Box P Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Charles J. Rogers Register of Wills PROPOSED EXPANSION OF THE WEST REHOBOTH EXPANSION OF THE DEWEY BEACH SANITARY SEWER DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Sussex County Council voted on November 19, 1996 to con- sider extending the West Rehoboth Expansion of the Dewey Beach Sanitary Sewer District (WRE) to include a portion of the right-of-way (ROW) of County Route 274 and a certain piece, parcel, or tract of land (designated as b'acl A') owned by Herbert A. and Paldda A. Shutt, lying contiguous to the WRE, and being situate in Lewes-Rehoboth Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware. This action is in conformity with 9 Del. C. 502. A description of the area, which is contiguous to and to be added to the West Rehoboth Expansion of the Dewey Beach Sanitary Sewer District is descrfoed as folbws: BEGINNING at a pot on the westerly ROW of County Road 274, said point being 741 feet North 22 degrees 02 minutes 50 seconds West from the intersections of the westerly ROW of County Road No. 274 and the northerly ROW of County Road 275, said point bebg an iron pipe and a cot. ner of lands N/F of Thomas R. and colben A. Lowe, I-leirs; thence proceeding with said lands Nodh 67 degrees 57 minutes 10 seconds West 720.95 feet to an iron pipe, said pipe being a comer of lande N/F of Thomas R, and collean K Lowe, Heirs; and a pabt on the sautheast praperty line of lands N/F of Herola Co., thance proceeding with lands of Nil: of Herola Co., North 17 degrees 34 minutes 40 seconds East 275.02 feet to a concrete post. said post being a comer of lands N/F of Herola CO. and Ead D. Wardngton, thance proceeding with lands N/F ofF.adD. Werrington, North 53 degrees 41 nutes 30 seconds East 647.37 feat to a concte post, thence conubg lands N/F of Ead D. Wanngton, Seu 39 degrass 52 rninute 20 saconds East 456.40 feat to an iron pipe, said pot being on lhe westedy ROW of County Road No. 274,  proceeding  an kneginery straight line South 39 degreas 52 minutas 20 saconde East to a point in the boundmY of the WRE, said point being on the centerline of County Road No. 274; thence proceedixj ,601.40 feet with bounda/of WRE and the canterle of County Road 274 to a point; nce proceeding along an imeginanj Fm North 67 degrses 57 minutes 10 seconds Wast to the paint of beginning. The proposed expansion of the WRE is wiin these boundaries. The boundan/duscdptio has been prepared using Sussex County Tax Map No. 3-34.12 and a survey plot prepared by Wigiam J. Mann, dated October 14,1982. A map outlinbg and descrbing the extension of the WRE is attached. The area bvolved is cross- hatched. The public beadng will be held on this issue st 11:00AM on Tuosday, March 11,1997  the Council Chambers, Sussex County Adminislrstive Offices, 2 The Circle, Georgetown, Delaware. All interest- ed persons, offidab, residents, voters, taxpayers, property owners, or corporations in any way affected by this boundary extension are welcome to attend. There wig be an opportunity for ques- tions and answers. The final dedsion on the beundery extansion will be made by the Sussex Coun- ty Council following the headng, at one of their regularly scheduled meetings. For further information, please call or write the Sussex County Engineanng Deparlment, 2 The Cir- cla, Post Office Box 589, Georgetown, DE 19947 - (302) 855-7719. Michael A. Izzo, P.E. Acting County Engineer @ The Board of Adjustment for the City of Lewes will hold a Public Hearing on MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1997, 1 PM, or as soon thereafter that the applica- tion may be heard at City Hall, E. Third Street, Lewes, Delaware, upon the matter of a request by Mr. Michael Berkeley, owner of property located at 321 Mulberry Street, Lewes, Delaware, to convert an existing detached masonry accessory building into a single family dwelling. Subject request violates Chapter 197-14-B, Permitted Pdncipal Uses, Chapter 197- 88, Pdncipal Use Limitation, Chapter 197-22-A. Supple- mentary Regulations, and Chapter 197-27, Off-Street Parking Regulations. Chap- ter 197-14-B does not permit two (2) single family dwellings to be placed upon a single lot in an R-2 Rasi- dential District, Chapter 197- 22-A restricts the number of residential buildings per lot to one (1), Chapter 197-88 limits the number of pdncipal uses per lot to one (1), and Chapter 197-27 requires two (2) off-street parking spaces per single family dwelling, this request indicates no pro- visions for off-street parking. All persons in interest are hereby notified to be present and to attend the meeting where a determination will be made by said Board. Such meeting may be adjourned from time to time by said Board without further notice. Issued this 5th dayof Feb- ruary 1997, pursuant to the rules heretofore adopted by the Board of Adjustment. Board of Adjustment The City of Lewes Harvey Cupp Chairman Cryptogram Answer Nothing is easier than spending the public money. It does not appear to belong to any- body. - Calvin Coolidge SocOipeIrs'::iid m a :ffmii deadline and dreamed of a better life. In her dream, she was promoted from ordinary office dog to Newspaper Dog Extrlordinnaire- She got dressed up in her finest (and only) hat, then asked Mr. Fomey, publisher, for the promotion. "I'm sorry, Scuppers," he said. =You just aren't cool enough to be Newspaper Dog Extraordinnaire. You don't have 'The Look'." Scuppers was very disap- pointed. "There must be a way to impress the boss," Scuppers lamented. Suddenly, she realized that to get a promotion, she had to show that she was intelligent, well read and dressed for success. "Mr. Forney! Look!" cried Scuppers. The boss was impressed, and he gave her the promo- tion to Newspaper Dog Extra- ordinnaire. "Now you have 'The Look'," said Mr. Fomey.