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Continued from Page 64 to provide for application of such revised maps; and WHEREAS, it is deemed desirable to consider amending Chapter 197, The Code of the City of Lewes, and to provide for such cur- rent revisions; and WHEREAS, existing statu, tory authority requires that any amendment to a zoning ordinance shall be after a public hearing following fif- teen (15) days' notice in an official newspaper or a newspaper of general circu- lation in the municipality. ' NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of The City of Lewes that a public hearing shall be held on Thursday, the 11th day of May, A.D. 1995, at 7:30 o'clock In the evening, prevailing time, at the City Hall, East Third Street, Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware, to consid- er amending Chapter 197 of The Code of The City of Lewes as follows: (a) To amend Chapter 197- 43, Determination of District Boundaries, by deleting the last sentence thereof and substituting in lieu thereof the following: All areas are shown on the most current Flood Insur- ance Rate Map prepared by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Fed- eral Insurance Administra- tion, which has as its effec- tive date, June 16, 1995, and the most recent revi- sions thereof. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Manager be and she is here- by authorized and directed to cause a Notice which shall consist of a true copy of this Resolution to be printed in The Cape Gazette and Delaware Coast Press, two (2) newspapers of general circulation in the municipali- ty, at least fifteen (15) days prior to the date set forth in this Resolution for the public hearing. I, James L. Ford, III, Secre- tary of the City Council of The City of Lewes, do here- by certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a Resolution passed by the City Council at its meeting held on April 10, A.D. 1995, at which a quorum was pre- sent and voting throughout, and the same is still in full force and effect. James L. Ford, III Secretary NOTICE Building Permits NOTICE Property Transfers NOTICE Queen Anne Station Self Storage, Rt. 1, north of Red Mill Pond, Lewes, Delaware. Contents of unit #3, TIMO- THY EULLER, and units #81 and #82, GINNY WHITE- HEAD, to be sold at noon Saturday, May 6, privately for unpaid rents. NOTICE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS The City of Lewes is seeking qualified firms or individuals to appear before Council to present their inter- est and ability in advising the City on investment of its cap- ital reserves. The work will entail following investment opportunities and advising the City on secure invest- ments which yield the high- est return. Investment of municipal funds is a special- ized branch of investment and interested parties should be repared to demonstrate their experience in this ser- vice and to provide a refer- ence list for their work in this area. The investment advisor will be selected based on a com- bination of qualifications, experience and fee for ser- vices. This is a new service for the City of Lewes. Interested parties should submit six (6) copies of their qualification statement pack- ets to Elaine M. Bisbee, City Manager. These packets will be reviewed by the Mayor and City Council. A public meeting will be held in order to allow all respondees to this notice an opportunity to present their credentials to the Council and the citizens of Lewes. Respondees will be nofified of the date of the meeting following the Coun- cil's review of the submitted documents. Please submit qualification statement packets to: Elaine M. Bisbee City Manager P.O. Box 227 Lewes, DE 19958 (302) 645-7777 All submittals must be received no later than close of business, 4 PM, April 28, 1995. The Board of Adjustment for the City of Lewes will hold a public hearing on Monday, April 24, 1995, 1 PM, or as soon thereafter that the application may be heard at City Hall, E. Third Street, Lewes, Delaware, upon the matter of a Special Exception Application for a Bed and Breakfast Inn tO be located within a single family residence located at 128 Kings Highway, Lewes, Delaware, contract purchas- er MS. LAURA B. KELLY which is located within an R- 2 Residential District. All persons in interest are hereby notified to be present and to attend the meeting where a determination will be made by said Board. Such meeting may be adjourned from time to time by said Board without further notice. Issued this 29th day of March, 1995, pursuant to the rules heretofore adopted by the Board of Adjustment. Board of Adjustment The City of Lewes By Harvey Cupp Chairman The Board of Adjustment for the City of Lewes will hold a Public Headng on Monday, April 24, 1995, 1 PM, or as soon thereafter that the application may be heard at City Hall, E. Third Street, Lewes, Delaware, upon the matter of a request by MR. T. DAVID DUNBAR and KATHRYN E. MITCHELL, owners of prop- arty located at 402 W. Fourth Street, Lewes, Delaware, to construct a single family dwelling. The request vio- lates the Code of the City of Lewes, Chapter 197-1, Defi- nition of Sideyard, which states that the required side- yard is an unoccupied ground area fully open to the sky between ajy property line, other than a street or rear lot line, and a line drawn parallel thereto and between the front and rear yards. The site survey indicates the dwelling located on the adja- cent property encroaches on this property by 2.43 feet on the northeast corner, and 2.08 feet on the southwest comer. All persons in interest are hereby notified to be present and to attend the meeting where a determination will be made by said Board. Such meeting may be adjourned from time to time by said Board without further notice. Issued this 29th day of March, 1995, pursuant to the rules heretofore adopted by the Board of Adjustment. Board of Adjustment The City of Lewes By Harvey Cupp Chairman II Gazette-o-gram II to 00lebr=t00 =, II special blrthdayl '11 Only $131 U The Cape Connection $10 for 2 weeks! Pre-paid only. All responses are mailed to the Cape Gazette. Pick up your responses or we'll mail them to you. Cape Qazette personal ads are for introducin single people to each other. We recommeno people meet each other in public places. You must be at least 18 years old. We will not accept ads that contain wording, that is sexual, offensive in nature, suggestive or m poor taste. We reserve the right to reject or edit any ad. The Cape Gazette accepts no responsibility for replies to personal ads and is not liable for any action as a result of, or related to, a personal ad. CAPE GAZETI, Friday, April 21 -Ap 27, i995.65  George W. Marshall, The Hollys, Cedar Creek Hundred, dwelling, $114,511. Edgewater Estates, Edgewater Estates, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, deweling, $98,390. 1600 Limited Partnership, Inc., Plantations East, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, dwelling, $119,950. Henry W. and Emily Malone, Rehoboth Beach Yacht and Country Club, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, remodeling porch, $3,400.. Kathryn Joseph Salisbury, Woods on Herring Creek, Indian River Hundred, dwelling, $90,457. Christopher Clifton, Townsends Addition, Broadkill Hundred, remodeling, $8,995. William L. and Christine Wise, Rt. 451A, Little Creek Hundred, dwelling, $92,124. Richard Jr. and Karen Wilson, Rt. 485, Broad Creek Hundred, shed, $3,024. Ronald and Pamela Hopkins, Kyrie Estates, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, two decks and shed, $3,970. Vincent T. Jr. and Lucy Keber, Pelicans Pouch, Baltimore Hundred, dweling, $166,018. Robert and Jean Cochran, Sea Villa, Baltimore Hundred, addition and remodeling, $70,000. James Jr. and Ann Messick, Langrell Subdivi- sion, Dagsboro Hundred, dwelling with garage, $70,000. Kermit D. and Carolyn Johnson, The Glade, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, dwelling, $145,562. Sam Keenan, Adkins Acres, Dagsboro Hun- dred, shed, $2,592. Frank. L. and Marlene Henry, North Shores, Broadkill Hundred, remodeling, $3,549. Edward J. McQuaide, Arnell Creek, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, screened room on deck, $2,660. Steve and Charlene Warrington, Rt. 431, Dags- boro Hundred, shed, $4,320. J.A. Moore and Sons, Rt. 1, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, tower and building, $50,000. Dual Exchange Land Co., Rt. 611, Nanticoke Hundred, dwelling, $58,450. George J. Shifferer, Shawnee Acres, Cedar Creek Hundred, addition, $23,040. James D. and Linda Hostelley, Rt. 20, Dagsboro Hundred, commercial foundation and building, $190,000. HoUis Smack Sr., Rt. 432, Northwest Fork Hun- dred, pole shed, $2,250. John E. and Helen Pinson, Banks Acres, Balti- more Hundred, addition, $3,456. Brent and Eva Adams, Northwest Fork Hun- dred, remodeling, $5,000. Corinne Janis and William Runkle, Denton Woods, Baltimore Hundred, suuroom, $4,800. William Ehrlich Jr., Rehoboth Beach, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, remodeling, $9,300. Lewes Yacht Club, Lewes, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, remodeling, $19,000. Neil and Debra Murray, Rt. 370, Baltimore Hundred, swimming pool, $1,600. James Gaskins, Rt. 326, Dagsboro Hundred, A- roof, $5,880. Dual Exchange Land Co., Rt. 46, Nanticoke Hundred, dwelling, $61,900. Dual Exchange Land Co., Deer Meadows, Northwest Fork Hundred, dwelling, $55,700. Samual and Gloria Mood, Isaacs W. Harmon Subdivision, Indian River Hundred, deck and re- modeling, $3,000. Brad E. Wharton, Rt. 376, Baltimore Hundred, deck, $4,080. Rocko Costello, Dewey Beach, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, addition, $110,000. Ben A. Jr. and Grace S. Peterson, Seaford, Seaford Hundred, stoop and remodeling, $2,500. James Thomas Hastings, Woodland, Seaford - Hundred, pole shed, $3,456. Ernestine Brinson, guardian, Woodbury, Ga., to Mark I. Marderwald, Rehoboth Beach, half of Lot 31, Harmon St., lands of George E. Shockley, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $18,000. Clearwater Lands, Ltd., Bethany Beach, to Philip A. DeFlumear and Janet E. Davis, Severn, Md., Unit 146, Ph. 1, Half Moon Bay, Baltimore Hundred, $107,840. Clearwater Lands, Ltd., Bethany Beach, to Thomas F. and Elizabeth J. McGrath, Norristown, Pa., Unit 34, Ph. l, North Hamptom Cottages, Bal- timore Hundred, $129, 435. Clearwater Land, Ltd., Bethany Beach, to Steven V. Stallone, New Castle, Unit 154, Ph. I, Half Moon Bay Condominium, Baltimore Hun- dred, $108,500. Glatfelter Pulp Wood Company, Spring Grove, Pa., to Michael A. and Nancy M. Wallace, Seaford, Lot 12, Pine Woods II, Broad Creek Hun- drd, $10,500. Daniel S. Moore Jr. and Joseph E. Moore, Ocean City, Md., to Ralph M. Pyles Sr. and Deborah L. Ellingsworth, Seaford, Lot 10, Meadow Stream Farms, Little Creek Hundred, $75,000. Jamie P. Jr. and Myrtle R. Mills, Cambridge, Md., to Cynthia D. Blatzheim, Dagsboro, Sussex St., Dagsboro, Dagsboro Hundred, $55,000. Hyland Farms Partnership, Salisbury, Md., to Roy J. Evans & Co., Inc., Selbyville, Tenth St., Laurel, Little Creek Hundred, $120,000. Lorriane Marie Dougan, Georgetown, and Tracy Lynn Dougan, Worchester, England, to Margaret Jeannette Dougan, Milton, Rt. 293, 2.5 acres, Broadkill Hundred, $15,000. Dean L. and Mark W. Magee, Hrs., Dagsboro, to James Thomas Allen, Selbyville, Rt. 54, Lot, Bal- timore Hundred, $62,500. Clearwater Land, Ltd., Bethany Beach, to Calvin H. and Janet L. Cole, York, Pa., Unit 22, Ph. I, North Hampton Cottages, Baltimore Hundred, $110,000. Robert A. Raley and Harold E. Dukes Jr., Lewes, to Cliristine Bergeron, Arlington, Va., Lot 12, Holly Oak, Indian River Hundred, $24,900. Hunter Mill Estates Partnership, Georgetown, to;_, Donna L. Zetts, Milton, Lot 108, Sec. 2, Hunters Mills Estates, Broadkill Hundred, $20,900. Edgewater Estates, Rehoboth Beach, to John T. and Maria A. Monica, Birdsboro, Pa., Lot 27, Blk. J., Sec. 5, Edgewater Estates, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, $!8,000. Country Life Homes, Inc., Lewes, to Carl F. and Elizabeth A. Taladco, Rehoboth Beach, Lot 8, Ar- nell Creek, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $34,000. Samuel J. and Glenda G. Petersheim, Parsons- burg, Md., to Donald E. and Joanne M. Schramm, Delmar, Lot 3, 1.354 acres, Little Creek Hundred, $12,000. Bennett Frank and Margaret Louise Frankel, Prince Frederick, Md., to Gretchen P. Minners, Bethesda, Md., Unit. 40, Ocean Hamlet, Tower Shores, Baltimore Hundred, $327,000. Penney Marsh Steen, Dagsboro, to Michael F. Fulcher, Dagsboro, Lot 10, Helm Heights, Dags- boro, Dagsboro Hundred, $88,500. H. Edward Jr. and Charlotte C. Sears, Chevy Chase, Md., to Mark L. Beam and Keith W. Smith, Fenwick Island, Rt. 17, 6.135 acres, Balti- more Hundred, $44,0130. Estate of Annie M. Dutton, to Janet H. Brubak- : er, Lewes, Beebe Ave., Lewes, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, $50,000. Greg N. Johnson, Laurel, to Douglas L. and Cindy I. Bice, Seaford, Rt. 542, Seaford Hundred, $80,000. Joseph N. and Sharon L. Price, Forrest Hall, Md., to Frederick Z. and Sybil C. Waiters, Re- hoboth Beach, Lot 6, Blk. D, Breakwater Estates, ' Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $27,000. Ivor H. Sr. and Helena E. Goodge, to DMAV, Inc., Lot 6 and part of Lot 5, Blk. F, Lakelawn Es- tates, Cedar Creek Hundred, $119,800. J { r i