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Some RBYCC homeowners given sewer hookup mandate OUTSTAN DING E00;TATE AIJCTION By Michael Short Some residents of Rehoboth Beach Yacht and County Club have been told they must connect to the West Rehoboth Sewer Dis- trict within the next 30 days. Other local residents have until the end of this year to connect to the sewer system. But several res- idents of Rehoboth Beach Yacht and Country Club, including Al- lan Lynch and Sara Tammany, said they received registered let- ters saying they must connect to the system in 30 days. Both residents currently have holding tanks (holding tanks are temporary facilities which are pe- riodically pumped out). Both said they were surprised and worried that replacing the holding tanks with a sewer connection could cost thousands of dollars. That's because of the high water table in the area. Lynch said he has been told by plumbers that connecting to the sewer system now during a wet spring could be very expensive. "I really got upset about it," Lynch said. Lynch said plumbers told him that connecting to the sewer system now could cost him $2,000 or $3,000. Both residents said they were initially worried by the registered letters sent by Delaware's Depart- ment of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, But both did an about face and praised DNREC's efforts to work with them after hearing their con- cerns, saying officials had been very cooperative in granting them extensions. Both said they want to hook up to the system, but were concerned about cost and the sud- den 30-day deadline. Lisa Wood of DNREC said Tammany and Lynch were sent the letters because the owners of a holding tank are expected to hook up to a sewer system when a sys- tem becomes available. Wood, acting program manager for the small systems branch for Sussex County, said that the homeowners were notified they must connect to the sewer system because it was time for the hold- ing tank permits to be renewed. But Wood said that DNREC is trying to work with the residents and is sympathetic to concerns like costs. "We will work with you," she said. (;()ntroversial Georgetown asphalt plant gets approval By Michael Short The Sussex County Board of Adjustment approved a new as- phalt plant at its April 22 meeting. The asphalt plant has prompted controversy and will be located in the county's industrial park. Near- by residents packed an earlier hearing to complain about the im- pact of the plant. But the Board of Adjustment voted 3-1 to approve the plant which was proposed by County Seat Materials. Gus Croll, a partner in County Seat Materials, said after the deci- sion that the board had weighed the merits of the case. "It's a good project," he said. Continued on page 18 CELSIUS A RESTAUUNT for our 3rd Dynamic Season Thursday- Sunday Dinner from 6 p.m. Thursday Dinner Special Soup, Salad, Entree & Coffee $20.00 Winner of Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence 50-C Wilmington Avenue Rehoboth Beach 227-5767 Reservations Recommended CAPE GAZETIIg, Friday, April 26 - May 2, 1996 - 17 i i Saturday, May 4th at 10:00 a.m.. SITE 113 COLUMBIA AVENUE "THE PINES" f Selling the Estate of the Late Phyllis Tinkler " of Columbia Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware w Antique Furniture, China, & Porcelain, Oriental Carpets, Glassware Exceptional ArtJewelry & Collectibles - Mercedes 190E Automobile Among the hundreds of items to be sold item by item for the highest dollar! \\; RAIN OR SHINE. Mahogany drop desk, Lot-old American Flag;, Excellent Walnut Arm Chair, Oriental Oil PatJng - 1929, Watercolor Painting - 1945, Lot Victonan Chairs, Cawed victorian Sofa, Lot-Misc. I.imoge, Lot-Good selection of hardback books including Delaware books, Mahogany drop leaf table w/carved legs, Maple pedestal base table, Large lot of exc. art glass and china, Coppin Luster, Caiondonia, Flow Blu, Nippon, Lenox, Portuguese hand painted china blue plate, Lenox, Mercer, I imoge, Yorkshire, Occupied Japan and much more. Pine Plank Bottom Chairs, Lot-Pedestal base lamps-Mahogany, Several wing chairs, Mahogany Chest on Chest, Primitives, Small Mahogany Spool desk, Gilded Mirrors, Collectible letter boxes, Pedestal base lamps marble, French painted china, Exceptional handpainted and glazed vase (JP), Misc. Mahogany side chairs, Lot of laces and linens, Misc. hardware bureaus, Small lot of Earthen ware, Rush bottom chairs, Peter Wright & Son China Blue and White, Lot-Misc Bookshelves, Cedar Chests, Small collection-China dolls, Misc. collection- all sorts of frogs, Mahogany beds, Misc. Trunks, Walnut console table, Hardwood Planters, Classic Books, Souvenir Programs, World's Fair literature, Time Ule Magane 1945, Invitation Eagle Fire Company-1960, Program-The Corona tion of King George & Queen Elizabeth.1937, World's Fair Guide 1937, NY World's Fair Guide-1940, Two inserts from NY Times 1937, Inaugural Program of Radio City Music Hall, Paris Fashions Picture-1845,15 Postcards from 1939 World's Fair, 2 Old Cloth Kids Books and 1 Paper Book, Patchwork Quilt, Old Hand Fan with Feathers, Yellow Stone National Park Guide-1925, World's Fair Guide-1939, Lot-Misc. Oriental Rugs, Lot-Miso. Doll House Pieces, Lot-Misc. Costume Jewelry, Doll Jewelry, Small Lot campaign buttons, Several excellent Gold Pocket Watches, Lof-Ladles Watches, Lot-Misc. Antique Board Games and Toys, Small lot 45 RPM records, Large lot misc. Bed- room fumituro (New & Old), Old British Railway Posters.Several collectable, Misc. Prints and Oil Paintings, Two exc. Windsor chairs, Oak Blanket Chest, Mahogany 3-tier bookshelf, Tobacco Jar from Scotland-1845, Victorian Rose Cane Sofa & Chair 1800's, Gilded Mirror-1800's, Antique Remington Type- writer, Tall Ship-t 807, Portrait Gold Frame, Pr. Small Embossed Mission Look Mirror, Amer. Made Walnut Wash stand Marble, Marble Stepback Bureau, 2 Tier Cantiberry Table, Cane Bottom Pine Chair, 3 Drawer Marbletop bureau with mirror, Mahogany and gilded Federal mirror, Brass lamp, Walnut Piano Stool-upholstered, Gas log Fireplace with Metal Surround, Pr. of lamps, Oak Hanging Medicine Cabinet, Mahogany Font stool, Chippendale Pie Crust Short Table, Excellent tilttop Game Table, Mahogany Needlepoint Side Chair, 2-Tier Mahogany Candlestand, Partial Set Windsonvear, Partial 40 Pc. Nori- take Snowflake Pattern, Misc. pcs. Royal Copenhagen, Handpainted Bavarian Bone China Victorian Austria, Large Lot Pressed and Etched glass, Full Set "Redwing" China (Apple Pattern), Exceptional Powder Boxes, Hand painted Chamber Pots and Slop Jars, Wash Bowls and Pitchers, Oak Coffee Grinder, Agateware, Misc, Spetterwaro, Ironstone Tureen, Hobnail Swag Lamp, Partial Set Staifordshire Ironstone. MUCH, MUCH, MORE! Brir00g tt cltair TERMS: Cash or personal check with I.D. on day of stile. All items being sold as ix. Delivery can be arranged. A 5% Buyers premium will bc charged open till purchases. t 9/600900 (190)m00 SPend the ,..Benz with 13000 original ,niles./J day! Exceptional car.  AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is a s,'ale not to miss.T Ex- M ERTg'AUCTION ceptional furniture, smalls, china, E M and collectibles, as well as super new furniture. Something for . -- ASSOCIATES -- eervone at this sale. "We Bring Bttuer & Seller Together" {302) 227 2714 Night 1302) 227 1433 Day * {302) 227-3946 Fax RAIN OR SHINE!