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14 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, April 5 - April 11, 1996 [3AX" F r,4-v "'BAY COLONY" Former mayors of Milton shared a few minutes together be- fore former mayor Jack Hudson, now a magistrate, adminis- tered the oath of office to Jack Bushey on Monday, April 1 during the Milton Town Council meeting. Shown from (l-r) are Marion Collins (1968-75), Hudson (1986-94), Bushey, Bill Post (1982-86), and John Start (1979-81). Former mayor Jack Hudson, now a magistrate, adminis- tered the oath of office of town councilman to Dale "Woody" Magee (left) during the Milton Town Council meeting on Mon- day, April 1. Jack Hudson, a former mayor of Milton who is now a magis- trate, administered the oath of office to Charles Fleetwood during the Milton Town Council meeting on Monday, April 1. Fleetwood was re-elected to his position as councilman at the March 2 election. Milton's new mayor, council members sworn into office Mayor Jack Bushey, who was elected to his office on March 2, announced his appointments shortly after he took his oath of of- fice at the Monday, April 1 Milton Town Council meeting. The fol- lowing include some of the may- or's appointments to council posi- tions and commission seats: vice mayor - Leah Betts; secretary and assistant treasurer - Diane Lock- wood; assistant secretary - Jeff Stephens; treasurer - Dennis Hughes; and liaison to Milton Main Street Committee - Charlie Fleetwood. Some of the commission ap- pointments are as follows: Sewer and water - Woody Magee (chair- man), Betts and Fleetwood; street and sidewalk - Magee (chairman), Stephens and Hughes; personnel - Magee (chairman), Betts and Lockwood; parks and recreation - Fleetwood (chairman), Felicia Cannon and Bernice Edwards; economic development - Fleet- wood (chairman), Lynn Rogers and Robert Blayney; historic preservation - Donald Post (chair- man), William Wagamon, Sara Wilkinson, Julie Baxendell and Barbara Brewer; and the new ap- pointee to the planning and zoning commission is Norene Broad'- hurst. A SAT. RAIN 0R P 13th RI:O0 P.M. SHINE! LOn Site Lot #19 SAT. A p 13th R 1:00 II Auctioneers Note: This is the opportuniy of a lifetime, if you are looking for a large waterfront home, exquisite commu- [ nity, this is the sale for you. "B^v COLONY" represents the best in waterfront landplanningl Fabulous homes, terriEc amenities I including deep water dockage, tennis, pool, and Cripple Creek Country Club across the street. * Direct Bayfront * Central Water & Sewer * Next to Cripple Creek Country Club * Deep Water Marina * Very Prestigous Community * Tennis Courts ' 7 - - .... 7" ' . - - : - - .... i...:'. , J: .-..,.,. .-, - . . '." ',7 "', = .- i77"7 '. T' I Terms: A 10% deposit to be required at time of sale with the balance in cash or certified check at final settlement in 30 days when good marketable title will be delivered. Sale subject to confirmation but it is the sellers expressed intent'to sell the lot. Realtors register your customers and attend safe for referral commision! Complete Broker Co-operation OPEN HOUSE AND INFO SEMINAR SAT. APRIL 6TH 2-4PM E M M ERT00AUCTION ASSOCIATES "We Bring Buyer& Seller Together" (302) 227-2714 Night * (302) 227-1433 Day * (302) 227-3946 Fax