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74 - CAPE GAZE'ITE PERS)NALS NOTICE NOTICE Building Permits Continued b, om Page J 20/20 WITHOUT GLASS- ES! Safe, rapid, non-surglcal permanent restoration in 6-8 weeks. Aidine pilot devel- oped; doctor approved. Free information by mail: 1 (800) 422-7320; 1 (406) 961-5570. Fax (406) 961-5577. Satl,,P faction guaranteed. (6/9) NOTICE NOTICE Sealed proposals addressed to the Sussex County Council, Courthouse, Georgetown, Oelaware 19947 will be received until Tuesday, June 20, 1995, at 11 AM ((x:. Examination and audit of all financial books, all accounting books and records of Sussex County for the years beginning July 1, 1994 and ending June 30, 1995, beginning July 1, 1995 and ending June 30, 1996 and beginning July 1, 1996 and ending June 30, 1997 (year-end engagements). A separate lump sum bid should be presented for the year-and engagements. A draft audit report copy shall be provided by appmxlmate- ly November 30 foving tho previous June 30. The finan- cial statements and recom- mendations for each year- end engagement should be combated by approxJmataly January 15, immecaateiy fol- lowing the year ended on the preceding June 30. In addition to the year-and engagements, there will be some sbeci auditing, man- agement services, special assistance, etc. required dudng July 1, 1995 throug June 30, 1998. A separate houdy fee should be pre- sented for such Items. The eeparm houy tee must be a fixed fee, irrespective of the  of the per- sun doing the wod(, such es clerk, Junior accountant, senior accountant, manager, partner, etc. The County Council will expect the auditor to express an unqualfed opinion con- caming the financial state- merits,  poUe. All examinations and auds muat be porfonnn,)d by Friday, June 9 - June 15, 1995 a Certified Public Accoun- tant/s in accordance with the provisions of sections 348 and 7002(j), Title 9, of the Delaware Code annotated. All examinations and audits must also be performed in accordance with regulations imposed by any federal or state agency. The annual audit will include reporting compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting and Auditing Principles (GAPP). Fu, perUoulars and spedU- cations must be obtained in person at the Office of Finance Director, Court- house, Georgetown, Delaware. One auditing firm will be selected to do both the yeer- end engagements and the special items occurring dur- ing.July 1, 1995 through Juna 30, 1998. All proposals should be clearly marked on the out- side of the envelope "Audit Proposal'. The Sussex County Council reserves dght to reject any and all pro- The Board of Adjustment of the City of Rehoboth Beach will hold a public hearing on the 16TH DAY OF JUNE, 1995 AT 7 PM in the Com- missioners Room at 229 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, upon the matter of a Vad- ance Request from MICHAEL BAKER (contract purchaser) for property located at Lot G Oak Avenue, to create a non-con- forming setback at the rear property line and at the prop- erty line adjoining Gerar Street. The Code of the City of Rehohoth Beach, Section 19-35, titled "Building Set- beck Lines" and Bection 19- 36, titled "Rear Yards" aptly. All persons in interest are hereby notified to be present and to attend the datermina- on of such Vadance by said Board. Such hearing may be adloumed from time to tlme by said Board without furlhar notice. For additional infor- rnation or special accommo- dations, please call (302) 227-6181 (TDD accessible) ten (10) days prior to the meeting. Issued this 26th day of May, 1995 pursuant to the Rules heretofore adopted by the Board of Adjustment of the Oty of Rehoboth Beach. Board of Adjustment of the C of Rehobom Bch Frllz r Chairman NOTICE NOTICE The Board of Adjustment of the CRy of Flehoboth Beach will hold a public hearing on 161h day of June, 1995 at 7 PM in the Commission- ers Room at 229 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, upon the matter of a Variance Request by WAYNE STEELE, on behalf of INA G. STEELE, for prop- erty located at 206 Philadel- phia Street, to construct a new dwelling the same size of an eJdsting dwelling which constitutes a non-conform- ing use. The Cede of the City of Rehoboth Beach, Section 19-34, titled "Lot Area', Sec- tion 19-35, titled "Building Setback Unes" and Section 19-64, titled "Extension of a Non-conforming Structure', apply. All persons in interest are hereby notified to be present and to attend the determine- tion of such Vadance by said Board. Such hearing may be adjourned from time to time by said Board without further notice. For additional infor- matfon or special accommo- dations, please call (302) 227-6181 (TDD accessible) ten (10) days prior to the meeting. Issued this 26th day of May, 1995, pursuant to the Rules heretofore adopted by the Board of Adjustment to the C,y of Rehoboth Beach. Board of Adjustment oftha City of Rehoboth Beach Fritz Iteesemer Chairman COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT HEARING In accordance with Chap- tar 115, of the Code of Sue- sex County, a hearing wig be held on a request for a vari- ance from the provisions of Chapter 115, Arllde IV, Sub- section 115-25, Item A of said ordinance of HARRY J. AND PAULA K. WRIGHT who am seeking to obtain a variance from the minimum lot width requirement to be located on the north side of Route 265A, 1,120 feet north of Route One. The hearing will be held in the County Council Office, Room 115, Courthouse, Georgetown, Delaware, on MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 26, 1995 AT 7 PM or as soon thereafter as may be heard. All interested parties should attend and present their views. COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT HEARING In accordance with Chap- tar 115, of the Code of Sus- sex County, a hearing will be beid on a rsqueet for a vari- ance from the provisions of Chapter 115, Article XXIV, Subsection 115-172, Item G(7) of said ordinance of EDWARD AND FLORENCE HERBERT, who am seeking to obtain a vadanoe from the setback requirement betwean -n| in a perk to be located on Route 274, Lot F16, within Rehoboth Bay MOb Home Park. The hearing will be held in the County Council Office, Room 115, Courthouse, Georgetown, Delaware, on i MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 26, 1995 AT 7 P.M. or as soon thereafter as may be heard. All Interested parties should attend and present thalr views. RR Bayside, Inc., Rt. One, Lewes and Rehohoth Hundred, remodeling, $40,000. Chandra Luchsho, Rt. 503, Little Creek Hun- dred, shed, $4,608. Daniel Serba, Seaford, Seaford Hundred, re- modeling, $1,800. Howard B. and Made Rogers, Fenwick West, Baltimore Hundred, dwelling with deck, $88,850. Ida Wheatley, Rt. 312, Indian River Hundred, renovations, $20,000. Alan Dean Holleger, Webb Manor, Cedar Creek Hundred, swimming pool, $2,909. Alandino and Kandy Rodriguez, Georgetown, Georgetown Hundred, repairs, $2,500. Barbara Caetto, Rt. 363, Baltimore Hundred, deck, $5,839. Craig Simounet and Felix Pastrana, Maple- wood, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, dwelling, $117,960. Bruce West, Rt. 280, Lewes and Rehohoth Hun- dred, poultry houses and pumphouse, $172,960. Dale Collins, Rt. 368, Baltimore Hundred, unat- tached screen house, $5,040. Frank Lathhury, Rt. 84, Baltimore Hundred, poultry houses and pumphouse, $173,728. Andrew Hundson, Rt. 82., Dagsboro Hundred, manure shed and compost shed, $3,700. Robert and Janet Smith, Edgewood Manor, Bal- timore Hundred, additions and windows, $16,128. Leroy and Betty Jean Moran, Wil-Mar Village, Seaford Hundred, siding, $5,100. Ronald and Donna R. Parsons, Milford, Cedar Creek Hundred, pool deck, $4,080. Walter and Violet Bendon, Angola Beach, Indi- an River Hundred, screened porch, $2,800. Michael A. Meoli, Kings Creek Country Club, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, dwelling, $218,437. Jeff and Elaine Haley, White's Creek Manor, Baltimore Hundred, deck, $2,312. Lance M. Koons, Sherwood Forest South, Indi- an River Hundred, dwelling with deck, $61,900. Mark Plummer, Shawnee Acres, Cedar Creek Hundred, porch, $5,040. Ronald Redman, Nanticoke Acre, s, Broad Creek Hundred, addition, $43,200. W. Coulter and Charlotte Passwaters, Rt. 13A, Forthwest Fork Hundred, sheep shed, $3,024. Ruth L. Soltes, Blackwater Village, Baltimore Hundred, dwelling, $93,800. Bay Colony L.P., Bay Colony, Baltimore Hun- dred, dwelling, $131,805. Cheryl's Crazy Curl, Rt. 20A, Broad Creek Hundred, beauty salon, $3,000. Dean W. Pitmon, Rt. 588, Little Creek Hundred addition, $42,000. Terry and Melba Miller, Rehohoth Shores, Indi- an River Hundred, unattached porch, $4,872. William H. Lankford, Rt. 240A, Broadldll Hun- dred, shed, $1,800. William Jack Northam, Laurel, Little Creek Hundred, siding on garage, $1,(300. Reginald A. and Nancy Miller, Rt. 24, Indian River Hundred, foundation, $1,500. Alice Kintz, Lochwood, Indian River Hundred, deck, $2,380. Thomas and Christine McIntyre, Rt. 463, Little Creek Hundred, pool walkway, $1,350. Elisa D. Waters, Rt. 20, Broad Creek Hundred, attached garage, $2,592. RBO Associates, LP, Rt. 14, Lewes and Re- hohoth Hundred, remodel Westport, $92,500. Harold and Frances Wootten, Rt. 72, Little Creek hundred, deck, $3,060. Paul and Brenda Argo, Rt. 215, Cedar Creek Hundred, additions, $9,884, Charles and Catherine Devenny, White Horse Farms, Indian River Hundred, deck with outside shower, $2,290. Ed Watkins, Rt. 427, Gumhoro Hundred, addi- tion, $13,824. Raymond and Lois Gist, Morning View, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, dwelling, $84,827. William and Patricia Pease, Bethany Beach, Baltimore Hundred, dwelling, $110,955. Francis X. Fontana Jr., Sea Farer's Village, In- dian River Hundred, open porch, $4,200. Raymond and Kimberly Johnson, Lands of James Morgan, Cedar Creek Hundred, siding and shutters, $3,700. Bay Vista, Inc., Rehoboth Beach Yacht and Country Club, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, dwelling, $164,704. Bell Bell Atlantic telephone customers in Diawam will soon have the ability to see the name of a caller before answering the telephone. Beginning July 31, Bell Atlantic will offer Caller ID Deluxe, an enhanced version of Caller ID that allows customers to see the name as well as the telephone number of incoming callers. The service is pending approval before the Delaware Public Service Commission. Caller ID Deluxe displays the name as it ap- pears on a customer's telephone account, up to 15 characters, with the last name appearing first. For example, a call from the John Doe house- hold might show "Doe John." The Does' tele- phone number would also appear. If no one is home when the call comes in, the Does' name and number, could be held in memory to be ac- cessed later. Bell Atlantic will continue to offer its stan- dard Caller ID service, which displays only the telephone number of the incoming call. The cost of that service is $6.50 a month for resi- dence customers. Caller ID Deluxe will cost $1 more. Current Caller ID customers who wish to sub- scribe to Caller ID Deluxe may need to upgrade their display units to accommodate alphabetical messages. The units may be purchased from a Bell Atlantic affiliate or a host of other vendors. To determine if a display unit is compatible with Caller ID Deluxe, customers should call their Bell Atlantic business office. I I Atlantic launches Caller ID Deluxe Those who do not want their name or phone number revealed on a Caller ID device can elect, at no charge, to have that information blocked to a called party. To activate Per Call Blocking, customers dial *67 on a Touch-Tone phone or 1167 on a rotary phone prior to placing each call. Those who do not want to receive calls from people who have activated Per Call Blocking may elect to use Anonymous Call Rejection. Anonymous Call Rejection is available auto- matically to all Caller ID and Caller ID Deluxe customers at no charge. Other customers may subscribe at a monthly charge of $3. To activate Anonymous Call Rejection, Touch Tone users dial *77 (1177 on rotary phones). The service is deactivated by dialing *87 (1187 for rotary users). Bell Atlantic Corporation is at the forefront of the new communications, entertainment and in- formation industry. The Philadelphia-based company provides a full array of local telecom- munications services throughout the mid-At- lantic region and is one of the nation's largest cellular carriers. Bell Atlantic is a partner in leading national alliances that will offer wireless communica- tions, as well as video and interactive program- ming. Bell Atlantic also has substantial hold- ings and operations in international markets and provides services for customer-based informa- tion technology.