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: + 34 FRIDAY, MAY 30 - MONDAY, JUNE 2, 2008 NEWS Cape Gazette Chase Continued from page 32 not enforced for six or seven years, what would change to step up the enforcement now? "To make sure, we are retain- ing a lawyer to enforce it," she said. "So many homeowners have been disappointed by coun- ty staff." County Administrator David Baker said the county will follow up on the project, which includes parking spaces for the p0ol house. He said the county still holds a $236,000 performance bond to ensure that. the projectis completed to county specifica- tions. "The developer is required to complete the construction of the pool house and parking spaces as soon as possible. The developer will be meeting with the county to discuss the pool house design," Baker said. The 45-home development, off Old Landing and Warrington roads near Rehoboth Beach, was built in 2001, but several items listed in a conditional use ap- proved by the county have not been built - including a p0ol house. Mark Dunkle, an attorney representing the developer, con- Meet Bill Doran ff you're planning to buy or sell, call Rill. Re has 13 + years in Real Estate and looks forward to meeting you. Stop into Delaware Realty (next to Jerry's Seafood) for a complete list of in-town Lewes properties. Independent. Locally Owned 108 Second Street, Lewes tends the county and oper were working separate sets of plans. After several year writing and meetings, opers requested an the devel- from two ; of letter the devel- nendment to the original conditk ,hal use fo- cusing on two issues!- the dis- puted pool house and a require- ment that one of two entrances be closed. After state transpor cials ruled two entra not a problem, atter cased on the pool hot Company represen Robino testified in ] the company chose r the pool house, but ! panded the pool are tion oflfi- aces were tion refo- e. ative Paul auary that )t to build astead ex- and patio and added centralized gas serv- ice, at the requests of the original owners. Misichronis said the missing pool house is only one issue in the development. She said there were 250 trees and bushes and several more retention ponds in- cluded on the original plans. She said many of the retention ponds and most of the promised land- scaping does not exist. But, she said, that may not be the biggest concern. She said some homeowners in the devel- opment are contracting with a home inspector to check for leaks around windows and sid- ing based on problems in other developments.. THINK SPRING! Bella Terra oaleIPalemdlDam If m Im m mm Customized lawn maintenance packages & landscaping to fit your needs. Now accepting new customers Residential & Commercial Free Consultation 302.559.3784 Lowest of the Season During National Karastan Month Now is the time save on every gorgeous Karastan rug & carpet. Every Pattern, Every color, Comp in today and Save, Sale ends on June 2nd. ANDEON CAP, ...... .,,.oo, PET ONE 19871 (oastal Hwy., Rehoboth Beach, DE 199 HOME i 302-227-3244 -. Since 1928 I