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SPORTS: Cape girls' soccer ties Bucs, 2-2 p31 TUESDAY, APRIL 30 - THURSDAY, MAY 2, 2013 apegazette.com State, developer to discuss area road upgrades By Ron MacArthur portation officials. ronm@capegazette.com The Delaware Department of Transpor- tation review was expected in mid-March, The decision on a proposed RV camp- according to county officials, but still has ground on Love Creek near Lewes is on not been completed, said Lawrence Lank, hold as Sussex County officials await a director of county planning and zoning. traffic impact study review by state trans- Once the review is submitted to the county, the public will have 15 days to vcomment on it, and the matter must again be placed on planning and zoning and county council agendas. Council cannot act without a recom- mendation from planning and zoning. The reason for the delay may be a breakdown in communications: DelDOT spokeswom- an Sandy Roumillat said the review was not due until late April. She said DelDOT planners have scheduled a meeting with the developer to discuss possible off-site road improvements. "The developer willneed time to re- view the findings, and if they agree with the improvements DelDOT proposes, then the response can be forwarded to the county, possibly in a week," she said. Continued on page 4 HUNDREDS.GET DOWN AND DIRTY IN MUD RUN POLICE Woman injured when rock thrown at car p2 LEGISLATION Bill aims at better qualified teachers ps TOMMY HEFFERNAN, 14, front, crawls through mud in one of the last obstacles of thethird annual Quest Fitness Mud Run in Milton. He is followed by 14-year-old Holden Kammerer. Five hundred cou- rageous people made their way out to The Farm outside Milton April 28 for th event, which featured a 5K followed by several mud-filled NICK ROTH PHOTO obstacles that were guaranteed-to get everyone dirty. Following the main event, 72 kids were able to play in the mud n a mini-mudcler competition. The event raised money for the Harry Bonk Agricultural Scholarship Fund and the Milton Fire Department. See more photos in the Friday, May 3 edition e. PORTRAIT Harrison takes flight for the gold medal P13 INDEX Fulton proposes schools for K-2, grades 3-5 By Melissa Steele melissasteele@capegazette.com Cape Henlopen School Board Vice Pres- ident Spencer Brittingham was so happy with a commitment from the board to fix racial imbalances at Milton elementary schools, he could barely contain himself. "I'm in gloating mode now and am hav- ing trouble concentrating on the rest of the agenda," he said during the April 25 school board meeting. Classifieds 32 Superintendent Robert Fulton pre- Community Calendar 18 sented the board with a recommendation Garden & Farm 25 for building improvements.that placed Health & Fitness 20 Milton Elementary and H.O. Brittingham Obituaries 14 Elementary schools at the top of the list. Sc hool & Education 27 "This way, we aren't going to wait three to four years to decide what to do with Sports & Outdoors 29 Continued on page 3 Weather 47 "The price of liberty is eternal vigilance."