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18 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 26- May 2, 1996 q PLEASE RE-ELECT ! ..... Indian River Coast Guard's Stacey, McVey get warm sendoff A large crowd representing the Coast Guard Auxiliary Division 12, Flotilla 12-2, and the De- partment of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) gathered at the Lamp Post April 23 to honor outgoing Indian River Coast Guard Commander Lt. Wayne Stacey and Chief Petty Officer Robert McVey, who are heading to Coast Guard headquarters in Washing- ton, D.C. and Coast Guard Station Marathon in Florida, respectively. Stacey, who will be replaced by Master Chief Lou Fisher, head of the Ocean City, Md. Coast Guard Station, will be an advisor to admirals and senior flag officers in his new position. His family will remain here in the Cape Region, while Stacey serves out his final three years be- fore retirement. Shown (l-r) are Juliana Stacey, Division 12 Capt. Robert Perrone Sr., Lt. Wayne Stacey, Maj. Redney Harmic from DNREC's Fish and Wildlife Division; CPO Robert McVey, Division Vice Commodore Clyde College, Margaret McVey, Rear Commodore Dudley Gallup, Immediate Past Division Capt. Shirley Stumbers and Division 12 Vice Capt. Ruth Sokolowski. SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1996 Asphalt Continued from page 17 Croll said the new business will encourage business competition and he added that "we want to be good neighbors." Although the board approved the project, it did so with condi- tions. The most pressing of the several conditions was a require- ment that the company build an access road between the project and Truck Route 9. County Seat Materials had planned to build such a road, but the Board asked them to build the road before the asphalt plant can begin operating. The board members said they were concerned about the condi- tion of Rt. 319 and said it should be used by trucks as little as possi- ble. Approval of the plant special use exception is only for a five year period and County Seat Ma- terials must return at the end of that time. The County Board of Adjustment also agreed to limit the hours of operation, require that a wooded area on the site remain wooded and require that nothing be placed on an existing sewer line. Dale Callaway was absent from the meeting following surgery. Board Member John Mills vot- edi favor of the project, saying he did not think it would "ad- versely affect surrounding proper- ties." Ronald McCabe voted against the plan, saying he did not think it was an appropriate site for the plant. Please make sure you're registered to vote. VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE APRIL 26.4 P.M. V() To Re- Elect GEORGE SMITH SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1996 Mayor of Lewes "I'm a lifelong resident of Lewes and am privileged to serve our special community. I favor con- trolled growth and open govern- ment and encourage everyone's involvement. Your support for another term would be greatly appreciated." Please make sure you've registered! REGISTRATION DEADLINE APRIL 26 Paid For By Friends of George Smith Jim Ford Tony Pratt LEWES COUNCIL Experienced Level Headed Hard-Working Informed Paid For By Concerned Citizens of Lewes For 73 Years Delmarva's Source For The Finest In Home Furnishings HENREDON BAKER" RALPH LAUREN LEXINGTON HICKORY" LEE" STICKLEY CENTURY Open 9.5 Mon. Sat 6 E. Church St. Selbyville, DE 436-8205