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SCAT meeting set May 7 The Sussex County Association of Towns (SCAT) will meet Wednesday, May 7. The speaker will be Chuck Davidson, who will talk about community environmental health and water grants. Davidson-Su- pervis0r, Environmental Health Field Services-will speak at Sus- sex Pines Country Club during the regular SCAT meeting. For more information, call Faye Lingo or Brenda Morris at 934- 8171. Hurricane Center avoids cutbacks Sen. William V. Rothl Jr. an- nounced the decision of the U.S. Department of Commerce to re- verse its earlier decision to cut staff at the National Hurricane Center. The department will instead transfer funds from another pro- gram in order to maintain funding for the hurricane center. Roth applauded the decision, noting that Delaware is vulnerable to A  and hurrkam ........  m1r endcks wm cri cized.because of the potential for hurricanes along the Delaware coastline. I I Overfalls Conttumued from page 15 nal location. "Huron, Michigan has its original lightship and there's another in Oregon," said Clarkson, "but none on the east COaSt." The original Lightship Over- falls marked the Overfalls shoal in the mouth of Delaware Bay, about equidistant between Lewes and Cal May. The lightship really waSn't visi- ble from Lewes. The lightship "Any reduction in these services could be devastating to the resi- dents and visitors of our beaches," according to a proclamation is- sued by Sussex County Council on April 8. The federal government had been considering a reduction in National Weather Service funding of $27.5 million, much of which would have been born by the Hur- ricane Center. The proclamation noted the po- tential impact on the county of cutbacks at the federal agency. "Cutbacks could affect their oper- ations, which include forecasting storm tracks, issuing warnings, and gathering weather data in a timely manner and whereas, the last three hurricane seasons have been the busiest in recorded weather history and.. ,whereas, the Sussex County Emergency Operations Center is dependent on the National Hurricane Center to provide information, including lo- cation of a storm, its direction, wind speed and any warnings that may be needed." The Association of Coastal Towns also supported the r'mnp- tion of full funding and so did Ocean City Mayor James Mnthias. "It was criticial that it be done. We are very grateful," said Bob Frederick, the president of ACT. Frederick thanked Delaware's congrmional delegation for their supportof wl be said omld be a potential life and death issue and called the decision "an ounce of prevention." owned by Lewes Historkal Soci- ety was acquired in 1973 through the efforts of Dr. James Marvil who was president of Lewes His- torical Society. It was renamed Overfalls in honor of the light- ships that had served in Delaware Bay. The vessel was built in 1937 and went on station at Cornfield in !938. It remained there until 1957 when it waS moved by the CoaSt G6ard to other New England sta- tions. It was eventually decommis- sioned at which time it made its Replenishment Continued fl'mn page 1 tinned Army Corps of aginrs funding for beach replenishment projects. But that funding has been given a low priority under the Bm Clinton admhmUffihm. Both discuss the economics of a healthy beach and Gaglisno said a wide beach is a natural buffer which eases the potential impact I of coastal storms. "If you let the beaches go, you have two prob- lems," Gagiiano said. The federal binding already hes heavy support from sou mem- bers of Congress, including Delaware's delegation, This week, Congressman Mike Castle, said he was pressing for money, $450,000, for studies required be- fore a Dewey Beach and Re- hoboth Beach replenishment pro- ject can move forward. NEW KITCHENS Quality Design & Installation For Kitchens & Baths zsv00ns 644-9006 EXPERIENCE FINANCING AVAILABLE RT24JUSTOFFRT1 AT FAMILYDOLLARMALL CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 26, May 1, 1997. 15 Bottle n' Cork will debut revamped digs tonight Jm photo The Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach has undergone major renovations in t monthL Own- er Alexande  wu premat at the Saturday, April 12 town eoune/l meet/ng.  said tlm roof Ires bees raim approxiamtely I00 feet, a new soundbooth has been mdded and the mtab- lishment has been ue-wired. Plres alto =rold a plaee for barn qmakers hu been t   algper a mtggNtion from mmul emglaee Io that the bass sound doeen't varry umueh u the q)eake did when they lmag from the eefliag. "W, hoplng that iII Im refer stud qulet," mid  He said tlm Impular t  whic& Is homtlng  band m][Jaek to  Beach" fret  Saturday, April MI, will almo feature the Grmue Band m  and national  eeeh 8eturdsy.  rT.M4S for intemmtioL Sewer appeal I ty on the mmand coutacted a County Council sympathized, real estate agent. She also told but voted ummimously against her County Council that she has not request. County Comgil President received nmat of her sewer bills in Dale Dukes noted the intense county efforts to notify people of the payment requirement. "It is hard to believe somewhere you didn't see that," he said. Approxi' mately 98 percent of sewer district residents paid the fee.  'emlmp 11 Midway Estates. discovered the Child abuse Continued from page 14 cle of Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment"; "Complet- in S the Circle: Resiliency, Mental Well-being and Spirituality"; "From Delaware to Wall Street: Addressing Tobacco and the Pre- vention of Substance Abuse In Our Communities." Some of Tuesday's seminars in- eluded topics pertaining to evalua- tion of prevention programs, pre- venting infant mortality, making places safe, adolescent pregnancy prevention, building community coalitions, health realization, chil- cken with disabilities, strengthen- ing women and community vio- lence. . Wednesday included laboratory sessions on "Creating Family Support Programs". "Preventing Sexual Assault and Violence Against Women", "Fostering Youth's Transition to Independent Adulthood", and "Strengthening the Foundation of the Family Cir- cle." For more information, call 1- 302-633-2605. To report child abuse, call 1-800-292-9582. 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