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46 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, March 11 - March 14, 2005 GMB drawing Builders ready to start Savannah Station in Lewes Savannah Station, a new professional office building planned for Savannah Read in Lewes, received final approval March 3 from the Lewes Commercial Architectural Review Commis- sion. Construction should begin next month. Project developer Richard Bryan, accompanied by Martin Dusbiber of George Miles & Buhr LLC, Architects & Engineers, gave the panel a short presentation showing a smaller building than originally proposed, with changes to rooflines and some windows and dormers. Bryan said the buildings architecture is reminiscent of an old railroad station and is de- signed to fit into its mundings near the railroad tracks The project is being built at 1143 Savannah Read, next to the Mobil service station Bryan said an existing house on the property will be moved. He said Savannah Station's primary tenant would be George Miles & Buhr. The city's planning commission and Lewes Mayor and Council reviewed and approved the project. Delawarean appointment extended for IRS Taxpayer Advocat,T Panel A Wilmington man's appoint- ment has been extended by the Treasury Department to serve on the nationwide Taxpayer Advoca- cy Panel (TAP). Panel members listen to taxpayers, identify issues and make suggestions for improv- ing IRS service and customer sat- isfaction. Patrick McCombie, a resident of Wilmington, is one of 103 volunteers selected as a panel member. McCombie will repre- sent local taxpayers as well as work on national issues. McCom- bie is an information technology business analyst for Hercules Inc. "I wanted to join TAP because I saw an opportunity to help repre- sent the non-tax literate in resolv- ing general problems with the IRS [Internal Revenue Service]," said McCombie. TAP members devote 300 to 500 hours yearly to the panel. Members work with IRS execu- tives on priority topics and also serve as a conduit for grassroots issues between the public and the IRS. Some of the professions rep- resented on the panel include at- torneys, retirees, teachers, ac- countants, professors, retired and active military, small business owners and one former state leg- islator. "It is important to bring real- world experience to government operations," said IRS Commis- sioner Mark W. Everson. "Be- cause of their wealth of experi- ence, the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel members bring important perspectives to help with tax ad- ministration." Taxpayers can contact Mc- Combie and the Taxpayer Advo- cacy Panel by calling 888-912- 1227 or via the internet at A Very Competitive Mortgage Tailorecl ToYourNeeds. retail www.improveirs.org. Taxpayers can also write to the panel at Tax- payer Advocacy Panel, 1000 South Pine Island Road, Suite 340, Plantation, FL 33324. Sandy. Brae - Extremely well maintained 5 yr. young home. Formal LR, Great room, Sunroom. Huge laundry w/pantry. Full irrigation and side entry garage. $315,000. Investment Opportunity - 4 units on a 50 x 200 lot on Philadelphia St. 2-3BR and 2 2BR units with ample parking. Property can be converted to Condominiums. $1,750,000. RBWIB networking dinner slated March 20 Resort Beaches Women in Business (RBWIB) will hold a networking dinner at 6 p.m., Sunday, March 20, at Go Fish Restaurant on Rehoboth Avenue. The cost is $25 for members and $35 for guests. RBWIB will also hold a coffee talk at 6 p.m., Thursday, April 7, at Cloud 9 Restau- rant on Rehoboth Avenue. The guest speaker will be Margret Pellot from ISG International, an independent business and personal insurance company that specializes in group health benefits and property and casualty insurance. A gradu- ate of Harcum College, Peilot holds a variety of insurance licenses and recently moved to the Cape Region. Karen O'Neill from Southern Delaware Tourism will be the guest nonprofit speaker at the coffee talk. For more information about either event contact Regina AaMacha at 226-1693. MORTGAGE SHI00PING?? CALL US LAST! IT MAKES GOOD BUSINBS SENSE to II III I 1 I00o00o,mdt000000ma00,00e LJ ._.l I I- ,LJrme, tnsmdservi=-AtHUNT I  I I YMI.EYMOllTGAGEweenyou  We m (onfi in  01 o p-iae y= yak low m ond ern Io fil your spedlk neaK ake your last call to: Dave Bradley ,, .qi HUNT VALLEY MOmA00E 226-9207 OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE LOCAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICE WE CALL YOU BACK! Savannah Road, Lewes - Great commercial potential w/variance! 80x250, almost 1/2 acre locat- ed on =Doctor's Row: Central Sewer, Well Water. $429,900. Tree Tops - Great 3 BR, 2.5 BA unit in Dewey Beach less than 3 blocks to the ocean. Good rental History! Low HOA fee covers Ext. maint. & lawn. Parking for 2 cars. All this for $450,000.