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Building Permits Warren and Michael Hardy, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, dwelling with additions, $203,290 James and Diane Quinn, Indian River Hundred, addition, $40,704 Hudson-Reed LLC, Indian River Hundred, dwelling with additions, $187,130 Wedgefield Land, Baltimore Hun- dred, dwelling with additions, $162,980 Wedgefield Land, Baltimore Hun- dred, dwelling with additions, $138,990 Wedgefield Land, Baltimore Hun- dred, dwelling with additions, $186,278 Kerry and Andrea Kirstein, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, interior re- model, $84,000 Wedgefield Land LTD, Baltimore Hundred, dwelling with additions, $193,786 William and Sharon Karrow, Indi- an River Hundred, dwelling, $111,700 Barbara Vaughn, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, in-ground pool, $18,571 Christopher Coviello, Indian River Hundred, addition, $18,432 Pamela Kyger trustee, Baltimore Hundred, interior renovations, $25,000 Bear Trap Farms, Baltimore Hun- dred, dwelling with additions, $150,696 Marsh Harbor. LLC, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, multifamily, $217,867 Marsh Harbor LLC, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, multifamily, $217,867 Marsh Harbor LLC, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, multifamily, $232,482 Marsh Harbor LLC, Lewes and CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 19 - March 25, 2004 - 59 Rehoboth Hundred, multifamily, $12,000 $139,255 _ Jusdley Real Estate LLC, Lewes Thomas and Janice Petrvro, Balti- andRehoboth Hundred, dwelling more Hundred, finish basement, with additions, $92,352 B.I.E. job fair set for April 7 in Dover The 17th annual Business, In- dustry, Education (B.I.E.) Al- liance Job Fair will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 7, at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center at Delaware State Uni- versity in Dover. The fair, coordinated by B.I.E., the Delaware Department of La- bor, Delaware State University, i.g. burton Inc. and Polytech Adult Education, is for adults, college students and high school seniors seeking information on current or future employment op- portunities with area and regional businesses. Admission is free for job seek- ers. For more information, call Mary Wilt, job fair committee chairwoman, at 302-697-4545. p00//MI00 REALTY GROUP SUSIE HUDSON 117 Savannah Rd.  (302) 245 1710 cell Lewes, DE 19958 302.645.6100 V (302) 645-0606 direct The Villages of Five Points is an exciting new comnmnity located near the beach in beautiful Sussex County, Delaware. Local shops and recreational activities make The Villages of Five Points much more than a community...It's a lifestyle! Great fishing, biking, shopping, arts, crafts, antiques, restau- rants, beaches, and a great nightlife make The Villages of Five Points a great place to live, work, and play! The Homes... The Community... The Lifestyle... The Value... The Convenience! The Villages of Five Points Hometown Living