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Cape Gazette CLASSIFIED : TUESDAY, MARCH 26 - THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 2013 45 BE00Zm Continued from page 44 10 CU. FT. LAWN CART, good condition. $55. Craftsman pull-behind dethatcher. $40. Call (302) 945-2533. (6d) BIRDHOUSES. Assorted holes & colors. Also a 6-hole Martin birdhouse. Call (302) 644-9469 for details & prices. (6d) NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS FOR THE STATE OF DELAWARE IN AND FOR SUSSEX COUNTY IN RE: Change of Name of JAMES ANTONIO CRAINE (minor) and TIMOTHY J. ELIZONDO (his father) PETITIONERS TO: JAMES ANTONIO EUZONDO (minor) NOTICE iS HEREBY given that James' Antonio Craine (minor) and Timothy J. Elizondo (his father) intend to present a Petition to the Court of Common Pleas for the 9late of Delaware in and for Sussex County to change his name to James Antonio Elizondo Timothy J. Elizondo Petitioner Dated: March 14, 2013 NOTICE OF PETITION TO OBTAINTITLE TO ABANDONED PROPERTY A petition ha been filed to obtain title to the following abandoned property: 1982 Liberty mobile home. #08L20889AB The petition was filed by: Tunnell Companies, L.P. The following persons have been identified as owners or other persons with an interest in the property: John E. & Brigitta M. Dolor If judgment is entered for the Property Holder/Petitioner, the Petitioner will be awarded complete and absolute title to the property pursuant to 25 Del. C. 4002. If there are existing liens or other interests claimed against it, the property will be sold and the proceeds of the sale used toward those liens. Anyone with a legal interest in this property may contest the petition by filing an Answer (J.P. Civ; Form No. 53) by 4/13/2013 with Justice of the Peace Court No. 17.23730 Shortly Road, Georgetown, DE 19947. (302) 856-1447 Dated: March 18, 2013 SEARS RIDING MOWER. LAWN BOY SELF- CRAFTSMAN LAWN 46" cut, 19 hp. Brand new, PROPELLED MOWER with MOWER. 6.75 hp., 21" cut. never used. Cost $1,600, grass bag. 21" cut, 5 hp. , $150 OBO. (302) 747-3162. selling for $900. (302) 226- new air filter & plug. $60. Leave message. (6d) 2335. (6d) (302) 644-2640. (6d) Delaware Department of Transportation Shailen Bhatt, Secretary VIRTUAL WORKSHOP Bridge 3-587 on SR26, Nine Foot Road over Wharton Branch http:lldeldot.gov/information/projectslbridgeslNineFootRdBridgelindex.shtml April 1, 2013 The Delaware Department of Transportation (DeIDOT) would like to invite the residents of Nine Foot Road (SR26), south of Dagsboro, surrounding areas and all other interested parties to a Virtual Workshop to discuss the proposed replacement of Bridge 3-587 on SR26, Nine Foot Road over Wharton Branch. The purpose of the virtual workshop is to present the details of the proposed replacement of Bridge 3-587 and to solicit feedback from the public regarding the plans. The workshop will be available online beginning April 1,2013 and will be accessible for at least 30 days. Interested persons are invited to express their views either online or in writing, giving reasons for support of, or in opposition to, the proposed project. Comments will be received during the workshop or can be mailed to DeIDOT Public Relations, P.O. Box 778, Dover, DE 19903. The virtual workshop is'accessible to persons with disabilities. A transcript of the video is available by a link located below the video on the virtual workshop page. If you need further assistance or additional information, please contact DeIDOT Public Relations at 1-800-652-5600 (in DE) or 302- 760-2080, write to the above address, or via email dotpr@state.de.us Water System Improvements Referendum April 13, 2013 8 AM - 6 PM Notice i s hereby given to the residents and property owners in the Town of Milton that a referendum for the purpose of voting for or against the borrowing of up to $1,725,000 on tie, full faith, credit and taxing power of the town. The purpose of the loan is to make improvements to the Town of Milton water system. Such improvements include the rehabilitation of Well #5 and installation of all requisite production and control apparatus; the establishment of a Water Main loop from Wagamon's West Shores, along the railroad right-of-way, to the south Federal and Chestnut Street connectors; and updates and integration of existing controls with new components. Repairs to the foundation of the water tower at Shipbuilders Village may be included. The source of funding is the State of Delaware Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF). In accordance with the Town of Milton Charter, the Board of Special Election shall conduct the Referendum. The place and time of voting will be the Milton Town Hall at 115 Federal Street, Milton, Delaware, from 8AM until 6PM. Each adult resident, or person, partnership or corporation owning property within the corporation limits of the Town of Milton shall be entitled to one vote. The Board of Elections shall announce the result thereof and make a certificate indicating the number of votes for 1he loan, against the loan and voided votes. The certificate shall be delivered tG the Town Council. The Town Council shall provide in its budget for the fixing of the rate of taxes and fees for the payment of interest on and principal of the loan. The term of the loan is twenty (20) years. Wilmer E. Abbott, IV. Town Manager LEGAL NOTICE 3ramble and Brine LLC has on March 21, 2013 applied with the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commissioner -for a Restaurant Liquor License and Sunda, Restaurant Liquor License for a premises located at 315 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 19971. Persons who are against this application should provide written notice of their objections to the Commissioner. For the Commissioner to be required to hold a hearing to consider additionai input from persons against this application, the Commissioner must receive one or more documents containing a total of at least 10 signatures of residents or property owners located within 1 mile of the premises or in any incorporated areas located within 1 mile of the premises. The protest(s) must be filed with the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commissioner at the 3rd Floor, Carvel State Office Building, 820 North French Street, Wilmington, DE 19801. The protest(s) must be received by the Commissioner's office on or before April 21,2013. Failure to file such a protest may result in the Commissioner considering the application without further notice, input, or hearing. If you have questions regarding this matter please contact the Commissioner's Office. TIME TO FIND A NEW HOME? Look in our classified section for homes for sale or available rentals. OR if you want to rent out yours -- give us a try. You'll find reasonable rates and quality tenants. Call (0002) 645-7700 Continued on page 46 ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE FOLLOWING RESCHEDULED PRESENTATION THAT NOW WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 2013 AT 6:30PM Trees vs. Construction: How can they best coexist? Ihe City of Rehoboth Beach's tree ordinance, passed several years ago, was an attempt to balance the need for construction and the preservation of trees. It has served the City well, but it is time to see if we can improve upon it. The public is invited to an educational program being conducted by Bryan Hall, Arborist, about trees, construction practices and their impact on the City of Rehoboth Beach. This program will be the major agenda item for the Planning Commission's regular meeting on Friday, April 12, at 5:30 P.M. in the Commissioners Room at City Hall. This program is being presented at the request of Rehoboth's Planning Commission as it begins a comprehensive study of trees, construction practices, and the City's current tree and related ordinances. The April 12th presentation will not directly address the City's ordinances but rather is intended to give the planning commissioners a common starting point for their study. In December, the Mayor and City Commissioners adopted Resolution No. 1212-01 (copies available at the Building and Licensing Department and on the City's website at www. cityofrehoboth.com under official public notices) regarding the City's trees, which states, as does the City's Comprehensive Development Plan, that the unique character of Rehoboth Beach is created in large part by its urban forest. The resolution tasked the Planning Commission to conduct research, hold public meetings and propose amendments, as necessary, to the city's ordinances, regulations or procedures, which preserve and augment that urban forest. In carrying out this assignment, the Planning Commission is required to consider how best to insure that the interests of citizens to enjoy the beauty and environmental benefits of trees to the community within the City are balanced with the interests of property owners to appropriately use their property. Following the presentation and discussion with the presenter, the Planning Commission would welcome input and suggestions from the public as it begins to undertake this study. Citizens and other interested parties will also have. additional opportunities to be heard at public hearings and meetings as the Planning Commission proceeds with its study and specific recommendations are formulated. For further information, please check the City's website at www. cityofrehoboth.com under official public notices or contact Ann Womack, City Secretary, at (302) 227-4504. Crossword Answer From Page 17 Sudoku Answer From Page 17 263791 485 781 546923 495832617 54691 8372 812367549 937254168 629.483751 374125896 1.58679234