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20 FRIDAY, APRIL 6 - MONDAY APRIL 9. 2012 Cape Gazette Finance secretary predicts millions in revenue By Kara Nuzback bilities to the World Wide Web. Keno and integra knuzback@capegazette.com Secretary of Finance Tombling into Delawa Cook on March.27 introduced nos, allowing cus Gambling is back up for dis- Delaware's Gaming Competi- from home. Cook cussion at Legislative Hall, but tiveness Act of 2012. The propos- lottery would be this time, the expansion could be al allows Delaware to expand more far-reaching than whether ceRain types of gaming and cuts online gam- :e's three casi- omers to play said the sports ready by Au- gust, in time for National Foot- ball League preseason games. a new casino should be built in some fees to the state's three Other aspects ol Sussex. A new proposal would casinos on condition they invest would not take eft allow Delaware's three existing in making themselves more corn- day, Ian. 1, 2013. casinos in Kent and New Castle petitive. The proposal would es- counties to expand gaming capa- tablish a sports lottery, legalizeContin land was annexed into the town over capacity. Milton and rezoned to residential in Oc-Jones said whil, tober 2006, but it has been used development in tc Continued from page 19 only as agricultural land since: so a public safety i Holden said the apartments er. She is concern, those in attendance at the April 2 would be targeted toward work- ty of those famili town council meeting. Holden ing families with an income of attempt to walk in said he received a quote of $30 to $30,000 to $40,O00per year. The "That person rn $60 per foot to extend the water goal, he said, is to build seven line, or about $90,000 to $180,000 buildings in a 12-month period, to extend the line. with 61 units compoSed of one-, The company is also asking two-, and three-bedroom town- that property taxes stay the same houses and apartments. for five years, but property taxes Councilwoman Marion ]ones on the property are currently said she's hesitant to move for- nonexistent because it is farm- ward when she's unaware of land. Mayor Cliff Newlands said what's going on with the rest of property taxes are not imposed the property. Holden said he was until the project is completed, under the impression Key Ven- Holden saidhe would be open to tures is still committed to devel- a gradual increase of taxes, oping the land. A letter of support would not "This all makes me feel like I'm mean the project gets a guaran- missing something," she said. teed green light. The Ingerman "[Ingerman] wants 12 acres, but Group would still have to go we already have Key Ventures through the site plan approval who has made a choice to do process with the town's planning nothing with that piece of prop- and zoning commission, erty except escape taxes." The Ingerman Group is plan- Councilman John Booros ning to build on an 89-acre lot questioned why the town would owned by Key Ventures. Holden support a project that would put said an agreement is in place to more strain on the water system purchase 12 acres of the top end that town engineer Cube Associ- of the land for this project. The ates says is already working well the proposal ect until Tues- ,,ed on page 21 she supports wn, there is al- ssue to consid- for the safe- es who would :o town. ust walk along an unimproved, :wo-lane road with ditches," she said. "There are not only no stdewaiks, there are no shoulders, x!d a lot of hu- man traffic m0ves that way now." The issue is lil cussed again at meeting. About the Ingerma The Ingerman ( in business for years. The comp oped more than :ely to be dis- :ouncil's May Group roup has been ore than 25 my has devel- communities in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsyl- vania and New Jersey. Locally, Director of Develbpment David Holden said the breaking ground c group will be n a new devel= Road in Mil- h. Ingerman floper, general aperty manag- naging about opment on Airpo ford next mon! serves as the dev contractor and pr er, currently ma 5,000 units. BUY AMERIOAN Hoo@d On Plants tore and Garden Center 10-5 Calla Lilies - Bulbs - Caladiums Burpee Program Vegetable Plants & Herbs Mulchesand Soils are here! Spring Plants arriving daily F ALL NATURAL C ll ahead to order Fresh [T.A. FARMS TURKEYSI Baked Pies. 20 assorted pies [Sausage, ground turkey,] including 5 different vegetable ~,, pieces, etc. J pies, plus chicken pot pie~ DE Spring is the time to freshen the look of your home - r i i i i i l m Brt g in this AD I and enjoy a ,I Spectal Extra Sm rags - I An addigonal 10% OFF your purchase L -I m l l i l i i J Sale Dates Friday, April 6 thru Monday, April 9, 2012 Friday 9am- 5pmo Saturday 9am- 5pm Monday 10pm - 2pm One Grenoble Place Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 302-227,25241 www.stuartkingston.com