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Pr01)erty Transfers Steve Itmmlmmn I)hOto Industrial Park building purchased for $1 It wasn't a bad deal for a buck. Sussex County Council on Tuesday, May 23, settled on a 58,000 square foot building in the Sussex County Industrial Park near GeorgetOwn. The price. $1. Kevin Shelander, vice president of Coast Stock Tab (CST) Office Products based in Chicago, came to Delaware to present the building to County Council. a move he said the company decided to do in return for the help the county and state provided when CST first set up shop in Georgetown in 1982. The company dosed its Georgetown operation last year, and the building has been vacant since. "We really didn't want to be a landlord," said Shelander, noting that since CSTes start in Georgetown the company has become a nation- wide firm. He said the reason CST dosed its Delaware opera- tion was a shift of its markets to the northeast and southeast. CST makes computer paper products. Robert W. Coy, director of the Delaware Economic Develop- ment Office, also played a role in the trans/tion, wrhis coop. erative effort between the Delaware Economic Development Office and Sussex County officials will strengthen the coun- ty's ability to create quality jobs for its citizens by allowing Sussex County to attract a significant employer to the indus- trial park," said Coy. Frank Calio, director of the Sussex County Economic Development Office, said the building will be marketed vigorously in the coming weeks in hopes of land. ing an employer who could provide up to 100 jobs. The steel and brick building is located on six acres of land in the indus- trial park which is zoned M-2. For more information on the building, and to obtain a marketing packet, call 855-7770. Continued from page 68 Herbs, 4541 Highway 1, Re- hoboth Beach DE 19971, or for more information contact Suzanne Jacques, 644-0844. Campbell-White attends small business confab Patricia Campbell-White, own- er of Prudential Joy Gallo Realty, joined nearly 200 other entrepre- neurs at a regional White House Conference on Small Business in New York. Campbell-White is a member of the nation's largest small business advocacy organization, the Na- tional Federation of Independent Business. She attended the conference to debate and develop new and inno- vative federal policy recommen- dations that will be crucial to the operation of small firms. The recommendations will be debated upon and voted on at a na- tional conference in Washington, D.C. next month in an effort to ar- rive at a small business legislative action plan. Among key issues facing small firms are excessive government regulations, unfair taxation, law- suit abuse, health care reform and private property rights. Sharon Lee Brittingham, Timo- thy S. Keidel and Michelle E. Kei- del, Salisbury, Md., to Robert C. Elliott, Delmar, Lot 2, Rum Ridge Subdivision, Little Creek Hun- dred, $7,750. Sharon Lee Brittingham, Timo- thy S. Keidel and Michelle E. Kei- del, Salisbury, Md., to Richard C. and Mary Jane Janey, Delmar, Lot 1, Rum Ridge Subdivision, Little Creek Hundred, $14,000. Michael and Patricia A. Mc- Graw, Newark, to Ann Marie Hudson, Lewes, Lot 14, Blk. C, Avalon Park, Indian River Hun- dred, $9,000. Myron Joseph McWilliams, to Stuart B. and Lisa A. McMunn, Lot 3, Blk, G, Golf Village, Georgetown Hundred, $10,000. J. Hallock Northcott, Kensing- ton, Md., to Gordon and Barbara Negus, Falls Church, Va., LOt 61, Joseph D. Short's third addition to Prime Hook Beach, Cedar Creek Hundred, $12.0,000. Village Center for Care Fund, Inc., New York, N.Y., to Patricia G. and Peter R. Chick, Washing- ton, D.C., Lots 21 and 23, Blk, 107, Bethany Beach, Baltimore Hundred, $118,000. Linda Marie Norfolk, Pensaco- la, FI., to Brett Arthur Friedman, Seaford, Bradford St., Seaford, Seaford Hundred, $71,000. Village Developers, Inc., Mills- boro, to Oscar Lee and Peggy Es- ther Ford, Selbyville, Lot 46, Magnolia Meadows, Millsboro, Dagsboro Hundred, $76,200. Gulfstream Development Corp., Bethany Beach, and Harold E. Dukes Jr., Georgetown, to Eliza- beth H. Winnor, Gaithersburg, Md., Unit 5, Ph. 3, St. Bart's Court, Baltimore Hundred, $165,365. Fenwick Farms Ltd., Fenwick Island, to Walter R. and Linda L. Bernady, Baltimore, Md., Lot 93, Fenwick Farms Subdivision, Bal- timore Hundred, $35,000. Cripple Creek Manor, Inc., Ar- lington, Va., to Stanton W. and Doris M. Miller, Earleville, Md., l Our portab.le Hot Tub will make i J. I "After t he Big Game . I I : Family Reunions llll0000l[lll I Mak e any day a holiday' "' ;) //> [ BLUEWATER POOLS & SPAS ] (Over the Nassau Bddge) 3-6458119 CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, June 9 - June 15, 1995 - 69 Lot 3, Mallard Creek, Baltimore Hundred, $24,000. RDM, Inc., Bethany Beach, to Theodore Jr. and Milford Y. Dunn, Laurel, Md., LOt 7, Blk, A, The Greens at Indian River, Sec. 1, Baltimore Hundred, $24,750. Robert Whalen Co., Inc., Rockville, Md., to David G. and Lynne P. Updegrove and Kather- ine G. Updegrove, Roundhill, Va., Lot 13, Blk. 107, Bethany Beach, Baltimore Hundred, $256,000. Earl Judson and Donna Taylor Chadwick, Brookeville, Md., to Troy D. and Debra A. Lennox, Selbyville, Lot 33, Blk, 1, Bay View Estates, Baltimore Hundred, $15,000. Robert B. Fitzgerald, Nicholas Delcampo Jr. and Jay Konesey, Lincoln, to James D. III and Melinda S. Middlebrooks, Lin- coln, Lot 33, Meadows at Cub- bage Pond, Cedar Creek Hundred, $71,700. Silver Lake Dunes L.L.C., Re- hoboth Beach, to B. Wilson Red- fearn and David G. Culley, New Castle, Lot 7, Silver Lake Dunes, Dewey Beach, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, $275,000. Eastern Development, Inc., Del- mar, Md., to Grover C. Adkins and Deborah L. Joseph, Delmar, Rt. 68, two acres, Little Creek Hundred, $98,400. Hunter Mill Estates Partnership, Georgetown, to Kathleen M. Hea- cock, Nassau, Lot 123, Sec. 2, Hunters Mills Estates, Broadkill Hundred, $78,446. Bob Willey and Sons, Inc., Mil- ton, to Donald A. and Patricia Ann Post, Milton, Union St., Mil- ton, Broadidll Hundred, $35,000. Elizabeth B. Mitchell, Grace Smith and Helen Wilkins, to Fran- cis J. Sr. and Ruth E. Hubbs, Millsboro, Ellis Ave., Millsboro, Dagsboro Hundred, $40,000. Norma Smith Mecke, Downing- ton, Pa., to Charles T. and Patricia M. Lempke, Columbia, Md., Lot 26, Blk. 5, Cape Windsor, Balti- more Hundred, $57,000. WIEH WAS THE LAST TIME YOU SJIKD TO A BED AND BREAKFAST? CPE 4VSa,,Y- Enjoy a 70-minute sail on the Debware FY Bay aboard the Cape May.Lewes Ferry. We'll take you to the land o(grand hotels, modern motels, guest houses, cot'mlp and Victorian bed & . The Jersey Cape offers the most unique getaway vacation options on the East Coast. Sailing dere on the Ferry adds to the fun. lie HM IB g 00IM.