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0 1000 2000 3000 12.00 13.00 14.00 15.00 17.02 9.00 104.02 9.01 17.03 ABSOLUTE AUCTION Valuable Real Estate MILFORD, DE TERMS: A deposit in the amount of $100,000 Certified Funds. Payable Delaware Realty Auctions at time of sale with balance in certified funds at final settlement in 30 days when good marketable title will be delivered. Included: Industrial equipment list to be provided day of sale. Call For Details: 302-645-4800 Delaware Realty Auctions Auctioneer: Richard L. Bryan richardleebryan@gmail.com ON SITE RAIN OR SHINE FRIDAY MAY 5th 12:00 NOON 638 Marshall Street Milford, DE INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS = 165,000 SQUARE FEET 11.5 +/- Acres with all City Services Industrially Zoned 8 +/- Acres with all City Services Residentially Zoned SUSSEX COUNTY TAX MAP NUMBERS: 3-30-11.09-#9.00 & #9.01 & #12.00 & 13.00 & #14.00 & #15.00 & #17.02 & #17.03 (INDUSTRIAL) 3-30-10.12 #104.02 (RESIDENTIAL) AUCTIONS DelawareRealtyAuctions.com 2 Miles to Route One & New Bay Health Hospital See photo gallery millpondpropertiesinc.com “ALL SOLD TO HIGHEST BIDDER” Marsha ll Street Let my real estate experience be the key to your new home! 16712 Kings Highway, Lewes • GoToGallo.com Kathy Ford REALTOR® /Associate Office: 302-645-6661 • 800-321-3839 Direct: 302-381-2584 E-mail: KathyFord@GoToGallo.com Cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 53 By Ryan Mavity ryanm@capegazette.com Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long re- turned to Sussex County to speak to the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce about her priorities in her first term as the state’s second-high- est-ranked official. Speaking at Kings Creek Coun- try Club April 19, Hall-Long, who grew up on a farm in the Indian River area, said state legislators and Gov. John Carney are re- thinking the state’s economic situation in the face of a budget deficit. “We need to be doing things differently. Creating different tax incentives. Thinking differently about how to create opportuni- ties for folks,” she said. Hall-Long said an issue par- ticularly important to businesses is healthcare costs. She said state and federal officials are trying to increase access to healthcare and expand services, especially when it comes to addiction treatment in light of the state’s opioid crisis. Hall-Long said the goal is to have increased mental health facilities in Sussex County. She said she is also planning to launch a mental health consortium to address mental health and addiction is- sues. Relevant to the Cape Region specifically, Hall-Long said tourism and agriculture remain strong, and it is imperative to keep them up. Hall-Long speaks to Rehoboth-Dewey chamber RYAN MAVITY PHOTO FOLLOWING HER SPEECH and a brief question-and-answer session, Hall- Long posed for pictures with chamber President Jay Becker. National mortgage lender Waterstone Mortgage Corp. an- nounced that the company has hired loan originator Ed Stratton to work in the Rehoboth Beach office. Stratton has several years of experience in the lending in- dustry. He has taken on diverse roles in consumer, small busi- ness, and now mortgage lending. "We're very excited to have Ed join our team," said Eric Parsons, who manages the Waterstone Mortgage Rehoboth Beach office. "He brings a very high level of professionalism, in-depth indus- try knowledge, and an eagerness to really help people. We think he'll thrive here at Waterstone Mortgage." As a member of a military fam- ily, Stratton has lived in a variety of locations before settling down in Delaware. This gives him a unique perspective on the mov- ing and home-buying processes that many loan originators may not have. "During the mortgage process, I take the time to get to know my clients, so I can establish the best solution for their home purchase," Stratton said. "Whether you are a first- time home buyer, purchasing a second home or searching for your retirement home, I have the products and knowledge to ensure that you find the best loan for your situation." For more information, go to www.Ed-Stratton.com. Waterstone Mortgage adds loan originator in Rehoboth Beach Ed Stratton