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12 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 13 -April 19, 2001 Briefly Brady names Cobin state solicitor Attorney General M. Jane Brady has named assistant state solicitor Malcolm S. Cobin to the position of state solicitor for the Department of Justice. Cobin is a graduate offOhio Wesley University and the Na- tional Law Cen'ter at George Washington University. During more than 26 years in the civil division at the Depart- ment of Justice, he has represent- ed various state agencies, board and commissions, including the Division of Public Health and the Department of Transportation. In 1999, he was named Outstanding State Employee bY former Gov. Thomas Carper, Cobin replaces state solicitor Michael Rich, who had served since 1995. Rich, who resides in Dover, had asked for the opportunity to work in the Dover area when an opening became available. Named to replace Cobin as as- sistant state solicitor was Keith R. Brady. Brady graduated from Wheaton College and the Colum- bus School of Law at Catholic University of America. He has worked for the Depart- ment of Justice for nine years and has also served as director of the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, counsel to Gov. Michael Castle and as an associate at the law firm of Prickett, Jones, EI- liott, Kristol & Schnee in Wilm- ington. Blessing of the Fleet set for May 6 in Lewes The 14th annual Blessing of the Fleet will be at 2 p.m., Sunday, May 6, at Fisherman's Wharf in Lewes Harbor. Owners of any size boats are welcome to bring their vessel to the Canal at 2:30 p.m. north of the Lightship Overfails. No regis- tration or fees are required. Spectators can enjoy this old tradition from sea or land; boats with free passage will be loading spectators at Fisherman's Wharf at 1:30 p.m. From land, the event can be viewed from the docks in front of the Lighthouse Restaurant, the Lewes public dock, Gilligan's Restaurant and Irish Eyes Restau- rant. Indian River Fire Co. offers smoke detectors The Indian River Volunteer Fire Company will make available do- nated smoke detectors for resi- dent' homes within their immedi- ate fire district upon request. There are no age limits with this program; if detectors conti, ue to be available, residents of limited means may request to have one for their homes that should be located within the Oak Orchard, Riverdale, Rosedale, Warwick, Long Neck communi- ties. Contact the Fire Prevention Co- ordinator, Donald C. Fauikner, Sr. at 945-2801 or visit the web page www.irvfc.org for additional in- formation. Grants may help pay energy bills Consumer Guidance has estab- lished a grant fund to help people who are having financial prob- lems because of high energy COSTS. This grant program is funded by private donations from corpo- rations and private citizens who receive a tax exemption because of the organization's 501(c)(3) status granted by the IRS. Consumers can receive a free grant application and more infor- mation about other financial help by calling 202-595-1035 or by visiting Consumer Guidance's website at www.ConsumerGuid- ance.org. Corporations or individuals who wish to contribute to the En- ergy Help Grant program can send their tax deductible contri- butions to Consumer Guidance, P.O. Box 96051, Washington, D.C. 20090-6051. Welcome Lewes' Only Clothing Re-Sale Shop Now Consi nment Boutique Beautiful Prom Dresses Now In! Women's Plus Sizes Maternity Juniors Men's Children's ,Infants Formals Bridal Gowns Medical Scrubs Shoes lry Handbags, Accessories Really Nice Clothes...Reasonably Pricedl JUST BRING YOUR ITEMS IN & WE'LL DO THE REST (All items must be cleaned and on hangers) 1606 Savannah Road Savannah Suites #8 (Between Arby's and Happy Harry's near Pam's Tans) PLEASE CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION 302-644-9555 DRBA commission to meet April 17 A public meeting of the Com- missioners of the Delaware River & Bay Authority (DRBA) will be at !1 a.m., Tuesday, April 17, at the authority's administration building in New Castle. Agenda items include discus- sions and reports on'matters relat- ing to the administration and op- eration of the Delaware Memorial Bridge, the Cape May-Lewes Fer- ry, the airports division, the Cape May Airport and the Three Forts Crossing. Reports will also be presented on DRBA police, personnel, fi- nances, engineering and informa- tion services. Coastal moratorium  hearing June 12 The definite date and time for a public hearing on a request by the Association of Coastal Towns (ACT) for a coastal rezoning moratorium has been set and the date is different from the tentative date announced previously. The correct date and time is 7 p.m., Tuesday June 12 at the CHEER Center located on Sand Hill Road on the outskirts of Georgetown. Sussex County Council will consider the very controversial is- sue which would call for a tempo- rary rezoning moratorium until 2002 when the county's land use plan is updated. Planners to consider Bayside proposal The next meeting of the Sussex County Planning and Zoning Commission is likely to be highlighted by a plan to develp a 34- unit project in the Bay Vista area and a preliminary site plan re- quest to locate a Cracker Barrel Restaurant on Route 1. The Thursday, April 19 agenda includes a request by Bayside Development Group Inc., but that is only one of several local proj- ects on the agenda for the meeting. Bayside plans are for just slightly more than five acres to be located east of Susex 273A and 780 feet south of Route I. The commission will also consider a request deferred April 5,by Rehoboth Home Builders. That request is for 64 units to be located on Old Landing Road on approximately 24 acres of land. David Ritter is requesting a zoning change for a small parcel to commercial for land located within Julia's Place Subdivision. The commission meets at 7:30 p.m., in the Sussex County Administra- tion Building in Georgetown. I 11 mmmm  mmll lUll nmnmmlllmtmulnllllllll m=m Ilmlll I FINE FOOD SERVICE | I WITHOUT THE FANCY PRICE! 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