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Gazette seeks Kle' rainbow pictures The spectrum of colors during the Thursday, April 12 rainbow was stronger than most people in the area can recall. For a few minutes, a second rainbow formed above the first. Those who have interesting images of the dramatic rainbow should for- ward them to newsroom@capegazette.com by 10 a.m., Wednesday, April 18, so the Cape Gazette can share them with other readers. Groundbreaking set for new Cape high school The Cape Henlopen School District announced the groundbreaking ceremony for construction of the new Cape Henlopen High School will be at 1 p.m., Thursday, April 19. Various state, federal and local government officials and representatives have been invited to attend, as have repre- sentatives from the Delaware Department of Education. The public is invited to attend. The groundbreaking is occurring just over one year after Cape taxpayers appro,ed a referendum permitting the school's con- struction. The district expects the new school will be complete and open for stu- dent use by September 2010. Milton planners to discuss River Basin project The Town of Milton Planning & Zoning Commission will meet at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 17, at Milton Public Library, 121 Union St. The conmission will elect a chairman and secretary. River Basin Engineering has also requested a prelimi- nary site-plan approval for property at the Milton Park Center and approval for an additional building at the site, located in a commercial zone. Milton Town Council to hold special meeting A special Milton Town Council meeting will be at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 19, at the Milton Theatre, 110 Union St. The town will approve committee appointments and discuss railcars located at Wagamons West Shore development. St. "John's Church has also requested a partial closing of Prettyman Street, and the council will review a draft letter for sidewalk repairs. Michael Lane with the Becker Morgan Group with present a rails-to-trails proposal and town attorney John Brady will review the Tidewater contract for Milton's waste- water treatment plant. An executive session following the meeting will be to discuss property acquisition and potential litigation along with a resolution of a discrimination lawsuit filed by Lewes Police Bet. ]0hn rV-IIJtlGI tOAllit iJlli IOWII Ol lVilltOll, !115 iu[- mer employer. ]llnalndr;  lllp'we plans power outages The Lewes Board of Public Works plans three power outages to install new switches for tie-inwith Delmarva Power. The out- ages will occur from 12:30 a.m. until 4 a.m., Monday, April 23; Monday, April 30; and Monday, May 7. Installation of the new equipment is expected to improve the board's electric system reliability. Three reappointed to Historic Preservation Commission Lewes Mayor Jim Ford reappointed James Richmann, Denise Seliskar and Steven Rogers for three-year terms each to the Historic Preservation Commission. Ford announced the appointments at the council's Monday, April 12 meeting. Plans for new restaurants go to Dewey Beach planners Town commissioners unanimously approved a proposal to send site plans to Dewey Beach Planning and Zoning for Nula Hawaiian Surf Bar and Grille and for Pono's Hawaiian Fine Dining restaurants. Mayor DelI'?Tush said at the Saturday, April 14, town meeting that she welcomes new restaurants to town, especially family estab- lishments. "I want to commend this group for bringing a variety of dining experiences to enrich the" town, and they're acting responsibly because they are increasing the rear setback," said planner David King. He said town planners should not have much opposition to the plans, but the committee must review them because they include two new buildings on the cornerof Route 1 and Dickinson Street. The owners plan to build new buildings. The lot is currently being used to store boats. Owner Regan Derrickson said he hopes to break ground on the buildings in September if he gets approval. Planners are expected to discuss the restaurants at a Tuesday, May 1, meet- ing. Paul Staso runs into problems in Washington Paul Staso's 3,260-mile solo bicycle ride across the country got off to a rough start. After beginning at Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes, Wednesday, April 11, he ran into problems on the second day while ped- aling in downtown Washington, D.C. With just one mile to go to his destination, he was hit by a taxi while in a crosswalk at the intersection of Constitution Avenue and First Avenue. Although he was not serious- ly injured in the Washington crash, his bicy- cle received major damage. With some help from friends, he brought the bike back to Wheels Bike Shop in Rehoboth Beach, had CAPE GAZETTE. Tuesday, April 17- Thursdayt April 1St 2007.3 Thanks to Mike Tyler for supplying this image A Jack Lewis watercolor of the old Anglers club Mike Tyler of Lewes found thi Jack Lewis painting of the old Anglers club on the canal injLewes in "Ford Treasury of Favorite Recipes from Famous Excnting Places. Gnven all of the interest m the old Anglers and Irish Eye since it was destroyed by an arsonist's blaze, we thought our readers Would enjoy seeing an artistic perspective of the institution that is now missed by so many -by an artist Who at 95 contizeS'fply his trade at his home in YOrk, Maine. ..... " the repairs made and was back on the road Sunday, April 15, before more misfortune came his way. After getting back on the road, he suffered some mechanical problems in the pouring rain and was almost robbed while awaiting a ride. Two men attempted to carry off his equipment, but because of the weight decid- ed against it, he said. He was forced to delay his ride yet anoth- er day Monday, April 16, because of rain and wind. He was planning to leave from Alexandria, Va., at 5 a.m. Tuesday, April 17. He is 125 miles into his cross-country ride. Staso said the Seashore Striders Running Club and Russ Kline at Wheels covered the cost of the bicycle repairs. The Missoula, Mont. ultra-athlete is planning to stop along the route to speak to more than 15,000 stu- dents about the benefits of youth fitness. He finished a solo run across the country last October and is attempting to become the first person to run and bike across the nation within the period of one year. Henlopen Acres to hold public hearing on art league The city commissioners of Henlopen Acres moved to hold a public hearing regarding an ordinance orr temporary struc- tures for the Rehoboth Art League's August show. The commissioners discussed this among other issues at their quarterly meet- ingFriday, April 13. The hearing will be at the next quarterlY meeting, tentatively scheduled for Friday, July 13. The ordinance, drawn up by Henlopen Acres officials with input from the Rehoboth Art League, would allow an exception to the city code for the league's back-to-back weekend shows. With this new amendment, the league would not have to take down its exhibits in between the two shows. Ordinarily, temporary structures would have to be taken down in 72 hours. Not all the commissioners were on board with the ordinance. "we should havllle public hearing and the public comments and I would support that but I do not support the proposal in its present form," Commissioner David Hill said. "I think whatever we do, it's got to be uniform. It's got to be clear; it's got to apply to everyone, and the town has to have control over the process." Other items the commissioners discussed include the town's new election require- ments as mandated by the state, recommen- dations on floodplain requirements and clar- ifying language in the town code regarding the board of adjustment. Town Manager Thomas Roth informed the commissioners that questions regarding the upgrade of the water plant power supply have been clarified. The town now needs approval from the Delaware Office of Drinking Water, and then the upgrade pro- posal will be ready to go out for bid. Finally, the town appointed its election officers and board of election. The election officers are Barbara Shortley, Fred Beadman and Norman Smith. The board of election will-be composed of Tiffany Derrickson, Debra Fischer and Jack E. Lingo. tq NO AGREEMENT - Delaware Comm- unity Appreciation Group, the group organ- izing a barbecue and car show for wounded troops at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., does not have an agreement with Jet Blue Airways for discounted travel vbuchers as stated in an article in the Friday, April 13 edition. The group is negotiating with several airl'ines, including Jet Blue, to purchase discounted travel vouchers for family members to visit loved ones at the hospital. Donations can be ied to Felton Bank, 698A N. DuPont Blvd., Milford, DE 19963.