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98 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000 Continued from page 97 THE CITY OF LEWES The City of Lewes will hold its Annual Municipal Election on Saturday, May 13, 2000 between 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM at City Hall, East Third Street, Lewes, Delaware. Vacancies exist for one (1) Mayoral seat and two (2) Council seats, for two (2) year terms each. Persons interested in becoming candidates for the election must file a letter with the City Manager indicating his/her desire to become a candidate. Letters are to be filed_no eadier than the opening of business on February 1,2000 and prior to the close of business on Apdl 6, 2000. Regular business hours are Monday through Fdday, 9:00 AM- 4:00 PM. QUALIFICATIONS FOR MAYOR or CITY COUNCIL Qualifications for Mayor & City Council at the time of the election are as fol- lows: 1) A bona fide citizen of the United States and of the State of Delaware and a resident of the City of Lewes for at least ninety (90) days preceding the date of the annual election. 2) At least twenty-one (21) years of age. ELIGIBILITY TO VOTE Every person, male or female, who shall have attained the age of eighteen (18) years on or before the date of the Annual Municipal Election and who shall be a citizen of the United States and a citizen of the City of Lewes, shall have one (1) vote provided he/she is registered on the Books of Registered Voters for the City of Lewes. The Books of Registered Voters for the City of Lewes are kept in the Office of the City Manager. No person shall be registered upon such books unless they have acquired qualifica- tions stated hereinbefore. A person may register at the Office of the City Manager during the regular business hours of such office until the close of business on the fifteenth (15th) day prior to the date of the Annual Municipal Election by completing the form prescribed by the city. This year registra- tion books will be open until 4:00 PM, Friday, April 28, 2000. MarriaI00es Licenses THE CITY OF LEWES YARD SALE - Saturday, March 25. 8 AM - 2 PM. 31 Coventry Drive, Red Mill Farms. A lit- tle bit of everything. Too numerous to men- tion. No early birds please. YARD SALE - Saturday, March 25. 8 AM - 4 PM. 102 Beachfield Drive, Beachfield, Rehoboth, Off Road 270A, behind Webster's Furniture. Truck, furniture, contractor tools, 9' new Anderson's ladder and miscellaneous items. YARD SALE - Saturday, March 25.7 AM - ? 344 Dogwood Drive, Sandy Brae, Lewes. Rain date, Sunday March 26. MERCHANTS' ATTIC. THE state's largest indoor garage sale, March 25.9 AM - 2 PM. Admission cost is one penny. Rehoboth Beach Convention Hall, 229 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach. For information contact Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce. (302) 227-2233 Ext 12 or 14. (3/24) PUBLIC HEARING AND COMMUNITY MEETING NOTICE ON MOVING TO WORK ANNUAL PLAN Notice is given that the Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA) will conduct two Public Hearings concerning the submission of their Moving To Work Annual Plan for FY2001 to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This Plan outlines the activities of the Moving To Work Program as well as the sources and uses of funding that DSHA will implement during their second year of the Moving To Work Demonstration. A copy of the plan will be available for inspection and review at DSHA's offices during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, at 18 The Green, Dover and each Public Housing development. After the end of the comment period of April 22, 2000, the Plan will be finalized and submit- ted to HUD for final approval. The first headng will be held in the Community Building of the Liberty Court complex at 6:30 PM, Tuesday, Apd118, 2000. Liberty Court is locat- ed at 1289 W. Walker Road, Dover, DE 19904. The Community Building is handicapped accessible. The second hearing will be held in the Community Building of the Burton Village complex at 6:30 PM, Wednesday, April 19, 2000. Burton Village is located at 100 Burton Village, Rehoboth Beach DE 19971. The Community Building is handicapped accessible. Written comments, questions or requests for additional information, including copies of the Plan itself, should be directed to Lynne Bie of DSHA at (302)739-7416. Delaware State Housing Authority Telephone (302) 739-7416 TDD (302) 739-7428 Equal Opportunity Employer Equal Housing Opportunity All interested parties should attend and pre- sent their views. COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT HEAR- ING In accordance with Chapter 115, of the Code of Sussex County, a hear- ing will be held on a request for a variance as of Sussex County, a hear- ing will be held on a request for a variance as by: Chapter 115, provided by Chapter 115, Article V, Subsection 115- i Article XXIV, Subsection 34, Item B of said ordi- 115-172, Item G(7), of nance of ELMER 1". said ordinance of CLARA ,COVE who is seeking a MCNICHOL who are variance from the front seeking a variance from lyard setback require- the separation require- ment, to be located south ment between units in a of Road 288-A, east side mobile home park, to be of Pinewood Drive, Lot 1, located southwest of Block H, within Lochwood Road 263, north side of Subdivision. Private Road, Lot B-11, The hearing will be held in within Donovan Smith the County Council Mobile Home Park. The hearing will be held in Chambers, County the County Council Administrative Office Chambers, County Building, Georgetown, Administrative Office Delaware, on Monday Building, Georgetown, evening, APRIL 17, 2000 Delaware, on Monday at 7 PM or as soon there- evening, APRIL 17, after as may be heard. 2000, at 7 PM or as soon All interested parties thereafter as may be should attend and pre- heard, sent their views. Success is full of promise till men get William Cuffee Jr., Millsboro, and Vanessa A. Tindley, Millsboro Harry G. Smith, Lewes, and Duyen Kinsler, Lewes Todd C. White, Milton, and Sherry A. Keuski, Milton Rodney M. Layfield, Millsboro, and Kim L. Ulissi, Millsboro Shawn L. Godwin, Millsboro, and Renee L. Roberts, Seaford Kenneth E. Pettyjohn, Millsboro, and Kimberly S. Hazzard, Millsboro lan J. Mangin, Rehoboth Beach, and Laura K. Lopuski, Rehoboth Beach Mark A. Bates, Millsboro, and Barbara A. Webb, Millsboro William Watson, Millsboro, and Geneva Deshields, Millsboro Aaron N. Thoroughgood, Millsboro, and Angela L. Boone, Milford Rex. E. Luther, Ocean City, Md., and Barbara G. Henneman, Millsboro Chad K. Wheatley, Milton, and Victoria M. Sheets, Milton Joshua A. Taylor, Milton, and Deborah M. Mears, Milton Robert M. Esham Sr., Millsboro, and Cynthia M. Carlson, MiUsboro George H. Dukes, Millsboro, and Dana R. Smith, Millsboro Keith J. Walpole, Milton, and Pamela J. Reynolds, Milton Brian W. Stephens, Milton, and Trina L. Chandler, Milton Daryl A. Golden, Millsboro, and Jacqueline L. June, Millsboro Clayton E. Morgan, Millsboro, and !Jennifer L. Wright, Millsboro Philip A. Tiderman, Bethany Beach, and Emil/Y. Huff, Bethany Beach William O. Jennings, Milton, and Catherine V. Netz, Milton Luke F. Wiedmann, Millsboro, and Suzanne M. Stuchlik, Millsboro Join team. The Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA) i dedicated to protecting the health and safety of your children and family. Help us help you by visiting the "Keep Our Families Safe" Web site at http:l/family, fety.ath.org. By working together, we can ensure American families a bright, safe future. Reginald H. Bundick, Lewes, and Vera M. Bundick, Lewes Kenneth D. Bowman, Rehoboth Beach, and Gwennette E. Mitchell, Milton William D. Smith St., Milton, and Katherine M. Bixby, Harbeson Dale M. Farver, Greenwood, and Anne F. McShane, Milton Andrew L. Marino, Rehoboth Beach, and Amanda D. Spain, Rehoboth Beach Jeffrey R. Thiemann, Rehoboth Beach, and Gina M. Wolitzky, Rehoboth Beach Brad M. Wingate, Millsboro, and Karen M. Yancy, Millsboro Curtis O. Maker, Millsboro, and Arkether L. Elmandorf, Millsboro Sham V. Keswani, Ocean City, Md.. and Reshma L. Nainani, Rehoboth Beach Lorens W. Larsen, Jr., Milton and Valeriya N. Stefanovich, Milton Mark A. Keefer, Milton, and Ruth Hamilton, Milton Georgios Vassiliou, Rehoboth Beach, and Helen Papantinas, Rehoboth Beach James E. Jessup, III, Millsboro, and Michele M. Dailey, Millsboro John S. Figurski, Georgetown, and Kelly L. LeGates, Millsboro Brendan L. Welch, Bethany Beach, and Dawn Renee Smith, Bethany Beach Ronald T. Moore, Rehoboth Beach, and Suzanne C. Seidel, Rehoboth Beach Gary C. Kaier, Lewes, and Kathryn L. Jenkins, Lewes Marcial C. Rojas, Milton, and Karen L. Littleton, Milton Theodore T. Mears, Rehoboth