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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 - 41 BUSINESS & REAL EsT00 Variety Of new businesses take off in Dewey this summer By Jen EUingsworth located on Route 1 at McKinley Most Dewey Beach business Street, currently houses two eater- owners reported healthy sales ies - Dewey Delights and dippin' over the Memorial Day weekend, dots - as well as The Chop Shop and said they feel optimistic about salon and boutique. the season ahead. Previously located on Baltimore Town Manager Bill Rutherford Avenue in Rehoboth Beach, the said he's noted an increase in the Chop Shop salon and boutique is amount of business licenses open daily within the complex. issued this year. The establishment is owned and "We're already close to 900 operated by Taylor Amalfi and business licenses," he said. "A lot features hair cutting, coloring and are rental licenses. We're devel- styling as well as one-of-a-kind oping a good volume of both corn- clothing and accessories. mercial and rental, as well as real Owned and operated by Pare estate licenses." Casarotto, the Dewey Beach "dip- He said that last year the town pin' dots" will be the first of its had approximately 1,100 business kind for Delaware. licenses by the end of the year. The ice cream "dots," beads of "I'm sure we're going to sur- ice cream frozen at more than 300 pass that this year," he said ......... degrees belo zer0. e already a hit in other resort areas and at Businesses debut amusement parks throughout the in Dewey Beach u.s. New retail establishments and Casarotto said she chose Dewey aon Ellingsworth photo eateries are abundant in the resort Beach as the site for her store Steve and Diane Pullara, shown here with their son Makai, age one, are the proprietors of town. because she feels her product will the Cove House Seafood Restaurant in Dewey Beach. Cove House Seafood Restau- be enjoyed by everyone. Caramel corn, Italian water rant has opened at the former "I chose Dewey because I've ices, non-fat frozen yogurt, location of Colonel Mustard's heard a lot of good things about donuts, nachos, hot dogs, cappuc- Phabulous Phatburgers, next door it," she said. "It's a fairly new to Dewey Beach Surf and Sport. product that's just starting to take cino, coffee and sodas are some of the items included on the Cove House owners Steve and off. I think it will appeal to a lot Diane Pullara opened the estab- of people." menu. Bill Jackson will open a lishment a few weeks ago. The Casarotto, who said the store "Planet Ice" eatery next to Moped Pullaras, who were married and should be open soon, said dippin' Charlie's. Jackson, who opened still own land on the island of dots will be served up in 16 differ- Eleuthera in the Bahamas, also ent flavors. She said she's explor- another store in Peddler's Village owned a restaurant of the same ing new and even more creative on Route 24 this past weekend, name in 1993 in St. Augustine, F1. ways of serving up the ice cream hopes to open the Dewey Beach The Cove House serves break- novelty, location in the near future. The operation will sell its trade- fast, lunch and dinner, and spe- Dewey Delights, a new eatery mark water ices (in 30 flavors), cializes in serving "different also located within the South- food," said Steve Pullara. The winds complex, opened a couple_, gourmet soft pretzels_ _and ice restaurant also offers fresh of weeks-ago. Co-owner J.D. cream. grouper sandwiches, dipped in a Hopkins, along with his brother Same faces, new places Rosanne Pack photo homemade batter, and the Cove and co-owner Dave, offer an HoUse's specialty, cracked conch, assortment of snack-oriented If you haven't been to Dewey The new Rameos Development on Route 1 and New Orleans Street is the home of three existing Dewey Beach eateries and The Southwinds complex, foods at the establishment. Continued on page 42 a new retail establishment. I [ I I Tis the season for safe vacationing It's the season for vacationing, protect your home: require 48 hours notice, your home. to take jobs as parking attendants With lower airfares and reason- Ask a friend or neighbor to Plug certain lights into auto- Prune shrubbery around the just to make copies of house keys able gas prices, many Americans pick up your mail, or go to the matic timersl These de"ices are house near windows and doors so that are left with them. are heading out of town this sum,: post offico and place a h01d on inexpensive and are among the potential entrances are not Be suspicious of telephone mer.  delivery until you return, most effective means of giving obscured, survey questions that ask how Planning a trip means morethan Call your newspaper's circu- your home a lived-in appearance. Let the police know if you are many televisions or what type of just pulling out a maP and taking lation department and request a They will also make it more diffi- going to be away for an extended stereo Or vio cassette player you off from work. ,  vacation :hold; some papers, cult :for a burglar to work unde- period. In some communitiesthey have. The person on the other end It also should include a 'vaca- tected by your neighbors. Some will occasionally check on your may be a thief trying to decide tion checklist' of hags to do :.to. i: N " ':::: '"; :: : ;!": models have variable interval home while you're gone. whether your home is worth the protect your home)and vahiables  timers, which alter the times at Leave an itinerary with a effort. while you are away: wlfich your lights go on and off neighbor or relative in case you Neighbors, relatives and police Regardless of how long you'll from day to day. need to be reached in an emer- are your best friends when you're be gone, it's important to be sure Leave a radio turned on. Tune gency, away. If you remember too late that your home has a lived-in it to an all-news or talk show sta- Just before you leave, be sure that you left the iron on, you can appearance, tion. A burglar would have a all appliances are turned off and' call the friend who has your key Tell-tale signs that invite bur- tough time deciding if the voices all windows and doors are secure- instead of turning around on the glars or vandals include an over-' are coming from the radio or from ly locked, freeway! And when it's their turn grown lawn, piled up newspapers, the people living in the home. Don't hide keys under the door for a summer vacation, you can a full mailbox nd no lights on at Arrange to have someone cut mat, in flower pots, or any place return the favor. night, your grass. Leave a house key outside the home. Burglars know This checklist will help you with a friend or neighbor in case all the usual hiding places. enjoy your vacation with the of emergencies. This person could Separate house keys from car Ron Annett is the president of knowledge that you haven't for- also open and close shades and keys. 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