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fltO8 m- leg ,ng e m- Village Continued from page 44 monies, Bushey said the town's utilities can adequately serve Can- nery Village as it develops. He said town officials will be reviewing water and sewer needs in the coming years, but nothing will be overburdened in the near future. Many state and local officials were included in those who en- joyed a reception catered by Es- puma with beverages provided by Dogfish Head Brewery and Dis- tillery. Among those recognized were Sen..Thurman Adams: D- Bridgeville; Sen. Gary Simpson; R-Milford; Rep. George Carey, R- Milford; DNREC Secretary John Hughes; Sussex County Council President Lynn Rogers; Economic Development Office Director Judy Kinney-Cherry; and Office of State Planning Director Con- stance C. Holland. In addition to Bushey, Milton Town Council members Leah Betts, Charlie Fleetwood, Jerry Hudson, Ronda Melson and Stephanie Parker attended the fib- bon cutting. Eugene S. Dvornick Jr., Can- nery llage operations manager, said the developers were pleased with the enthusim evident at the ceremony and reception. He said the project is an example of how a local municipality, state agencies and a private sector business can establish a progressive partner- ship. "We value the relationships that we have developed," Dvornick said. "We are proud that Cannery Village is a visible, growing ex- ample of Livable Delaware here in Milton." Illustrating the commitment tO recycling of materials and space, he pointed out the mountains of approximately 30,000 tons of ground-up concrete that remains from several buildings that were demolished on the'site. He said thematerial is approved for use in the roadbeds as they are installed throughout the complex. With completion of Phase I of the project, Dvomick said Phase II will begin soon. Planned are a varit of houses .and apartments located on the portion of land that runs east of and parallel to Chest- nut Street and borders on the . property of a new Cape Henlopen School District middle school. Supreme Court adopts new ethics rules Chief Justice E. Norman Veasey recently announced the Delaware Supreme Court fias re- leased a comprehensive new set of the Delaware Lawyers' Rules of Professional Conduct. These new ethics rules and the accompa- nying explanatory comments were adopted by the court follow- ing a lengthy process of study, drafting and public hearings con- ducted by the court's permanent advisory committee on the Delaware Lawyers' Rules of Pro- fessional Responsibility, headed by Dennis L. Schrader of George- town. The new rules approved by the court largely follow, with some exceptions, the new ethics rules adopted by the American Bar As- sociation. Submitted photo Pendant to be raffled at lighthouse tour Beilinger's Jewelers in Rehoboth Beach recently donated a 14K gold pendant from his Cape Henlopen Collexion of Har- bor of Refuge Lighthouse off Lewes to the Delaware River & Bay Lighthouse Foundation (DRBLHF) for its inaugural tour to the Hghthouse Saturday, May 24. The pendant will be raf- fled off during the first tour of Harbor of Refuge Light in honor of this historic event. The cost of the tour, which de- parts at 1 p.m., is $415 for DRBLHF members and $50 for non- members. Tickets must be purchased in advance and space is limited so early reservations are suggested. Send a check or money order for tickets to the Delaware River & Bay Lighthouse Foundation, Attn. Lighthouse Tours, P.O. Box 08, Lewes DE 19958. For more information, call 694-7046 or email tours@delawarebayl/ghtsorg. Shown during the presentation are (l-r) Charles Stevensen, DRBI2[ director;, Dale Bellinger, owner of Bellinger's Jew- elers and Red Moulinier, DRBIMF director. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 - 45 Karla Draper cuts the ribbon with assistance from Sussex County Council President Lynn Rogers, left, and Milton Mayor Jack Bushey. The first rental units, located in fourplexes adjacent to Cannery Village Center, will .be available for summer occupation. Some of the units are already reserved and applications are being accepted for those remaining. Rentals start at $850 a month for two-bedroom, two-bath units. For information on residential or commercial property at Can- nery Village, call 302-684-8555, Ext. 11. Also: Home additions, garages, porches & decks. ROUTE 24 & ANGOLA ROAD AT THE LIGHT www.dickennis.cem 945"2627 S,,oD,L,,,,SINCE 1978. Jack Lingo REALTOR-- OCEAN VIEWS FOREVER Relax On one of 2 decks overlooking the surf & sand. 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