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Cape Gazette NEWS TUESDAY, JUNEI7-THURSDAY, JUNE19,2008 11 ONFUCT OVER COMPROMISE Did homeome aml badownen rud a comprondse? Joe Fulgham, spokesman for sent Fulgham an email. "This the House Majority Caucus - is the third time that I know of Republicans, wrote an email that you contacted a reporter saying yes. or radio talk show host or But that drew fire from Rep. contacted their boss when they Cape Gazette saying he works think that you are trying to for parties on both sides of the manipulate or intimidate issue and that homeowners reached an agreement over selling parks at auction, based on news reports. Not so , Schwartzkopf, backed , Chris White. Talks continue. On June 4, Schwartzkopf f i " members o the ml a, surface, it appears to be an attempt to intimidate a subordinate state emplpyee from raising issues that contradict your version of events. I will not be bullied into silence:' COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE one day only! Negotiations Continued from page 8 questing an investigation. Walsh's letter said, "I and my colleagues were 'treated' to an extended temper tantrum on the part of Mr. Valihura... Mr. Vali- hura slammed his hand down on the table at least twice, so hard that onlookers jumped; he cursed." "I submit to you that such be- havior is unbecoming a repre- sentative of the citizens of Delaware. Do you say such be- havior is?" the letter continued. The Ethics Committee, in- cluding Speaker of the House Terry Spence, R-New Castle, House Majority Leader Richard Cathcart, R-Middletown, and Majority Whip Clifford "Biff" Lee, R-Laurel, replied to the re- quest June 5, with its own letter to Speraw. "It is our unanimous opinion that the conduct complained of fails to rise to the level of con- duct necessitating an investiga- tion, consideration and action by the Ethics Committee of the House of Representatives," states the missive. '9s elected officials and lead- ers of the House of Representa- tives, we have to balance any al- leged inappropriate conduct with the Constitutional burden of protecting free speech and in particular political speech and discourse," the letter said. The letter also referred to a public apology by Valihura - one Speraw said homeowners never received. Calls to Valihura and Spence were not returned at press time. Walsh remains hopeful, yet cautious, of a compromise. "I think there is a possibility of at least getting some protection for the people in manufactured housing. There are quiet negoti- ations taking place." www, Ba 'woodLiving.com STRONG CD rate with an even stronger GUARANTEE. Looking for a secure place to grow your money? Get a guaranteed yield with a fixed rate CD from State Farm Bank." For information, call me today. Jeenine O'Oonnell State Farm Agent 32191 Nassau Road, Unit 4 Bus: 302-644-FARM Toll Free: 877-644-FARM www.lewesinsurance.com Mon-Fri 8:30am to 6:O0pm Saturday 9:00am to 12;00pro After Hours by Appointment 00Bank. LIKE A GOOD NEIGHBOR, STATE FARM IS THERE." *Annual Percentage Yield as of 06/17/08 rotes subject to change without notice. Minimum bohnce to open on nEcount ond obtoin the stoted APY isSS00. A penolfy may be imposed for o withdrawal prior to maturity. Cerfifkotes outomolkoliy renew at maturity ot the then current rote for the some term. Some products and services not ovonuble in oll ureas. P051011 STATE FARM BANK HOME OFFICE: BLOOMINGTON. ILLINOIS statefarrn.com 1/05 Surrounded by manicured greens, and minutes from sandy Atlantic beaches, Baywood has become a place as popular to live as it is to play. Now in our new phase, there's a selection of sensational single family homes and TownHomes, with limited sites facing lush fairways. This is a fantastic opportunity to take advantage of the best value in town. Call for details. Choose from a Selection of Ranch, Two-Story and TownHomes. (00GoMNATURE 1-888-784-9330 Open Daily- 9am to 5pm New & Pre'ned Homes Available Entry on Long Neck Road, south of Route 24, in Long Neck, Delaware. Sales Information Center located at 32809 Greens Way. SAT. JgliE 2 l, 2008 PREOAI4E - 8 PM I[ICEOFF - 7 Plvl FIREId'0RIIES AFFIER THE OA)4E DELA3/VARE STADIUM OIIERAL ADI4198ION TICKET8 8 81)0 -* t ALL, OROI"IFO LOCATIONS LIONS CLUK lWko z,./ :7oo ]lwazdJones 322 IRh 8tret Plaza 102 W.  emt 112 8emeex Ave.  2 Wlelgton Dover lum= I I