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CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, June 26 ' July 2, 1998 - 19 Bike council to discuss Route 1 shoulder lanes at June 27 meeting Delaware Department of Trans- portation (DelDOT) Secretary Anne Canby has addressed the hottest issue for bicyclists in the Cape Region - the issue of bikes on Route 1. Canby, in a letter to Rehoboth Continued from page 12 a report of a carload of young peo- ple circling Rehoboth Avenue and yelling obscenities out the win- dow. Three adults and a juvenile were arrested after alcohol was discovered in the vehicle. They are Rebekah L. Bibb, 20, of Mil- ford, charged with disorderly con- duct and underage consumption; Frank Carfioli, 18, of Harbeson, charged with possession of alco- hol by a minor; Crystal Berger, 18, of Milford, charged with crim- inal impersonation. A 15-year-old girl from Nassau Park was charged with criminal imperson- ation and will appear in Family Court. At 2:30 a.m., a patrolman on the Boardwalk near the Atlantic Sands Hotel saw two men emerge from the surf naked. Charged with indecent exposure were Che C. Lemon, 27, of Cape St. Clair, Edgehill Continued from page 1 Thompson. "I think I had lost sight of why people choose one store over another and that's con- venience. This store will be very convenient and will include a drive-through pharmacy which our other design did not include." Thompson said the new plan will result in a great deal more parking than is currently available and create less congestion in that area of Savannah Road. "I think Schroeder Continued from page 11 course the final decision will to the university's board of trustees." University of Delaware received $1.4 million in federal, state and county funds, 16 years ago, to in- stall roads, electric, sewer and wa- ter for a marine resources-related research park. The property was divided into 13, five-acre parcels, and efforts began to recruit users who would bring quality jobs to the area. That economic develop- ment aspect was the impetus for granting the government funds. Over the years however, for a number of reasons, no occupants have been found for the park which has become an attractive area of open space, on the edge of Lewes's Great Marsh, attractive to walkers and cyclists. Those who attended the zoning change hearing noted that the area around the research park has developed into a residential area over the past 10 years and that industrial and commercial uses would be in- compatible with that trend. Delaware Bike Council Sussex Committee Chair William Davis, addresses bikes, buses and the bus lanes of Route 1, a subject that has made bicyclists growl with irrita- tion. The letter is expected to be Md., and Troy Chittum, 28, of Annapolis, Md. Those arrested near bars in the city at closing time since Memori- al Day weekend include the fol- lowing: Urinating in public - Jared A. Perreault, 23, of West Chester, Pa., on Olive Ave.; Anthony J. Ja- cona, 23, of Millsboro, Virginia Ave.; Jesse D. Friend, 21, of Lewes, Olive Ave.; Thomas C. Frederick, 21, of Lewes, Re- hoboth Ave.; Christopher D. Her- trich, 19, of Seaford, Christian St.; Russell C. Wyatt Jr., 22, of Mil- ton, Christian St.; Ellen M. Sav- age, 21, of Rehoboth Beach, Re- hoboth Ave.; and Gary M. Camp, 21, of Dover, Wilmington Ave. Disorderly conduct - Peter O. Hitchen, 28, of Philmont, Va., Christian St.; Jason A. Atkins, 23, of Milton, Christian St.; Jesse D. Campanice, 25, of Perry Hall, Md., Rehoboth Ave. Underage consumption - Diar- muid P. Crosse, 19, of Rehoboth Beach, Rehoboth Ave.; Noel J. the primary topic on Saturday, June 27, when the Sussex Com- mittee meets in Georgetown. Can- by said the bus lanes only or high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes on Route 1 "have resulted in an in- I Lawlos, 20, of Rehoboth Beach, Rehoboth Ave.; and John Anastasi, 20, of Lewes, Wilmington Ave. Underage possession - Ronan McDonnel, 19, of Rehoboth Beach, Wilmington Ave.; John G. O'Hara, 19, of Rehoboth Beach, Wilmington Ave.; and Lian O'Callaghan, 19, of Rehoboth Beach, Wilmington Ave. Disturbing the peace - Jason L. Mahon, 21, of Lewes, Olive Ave. Late this week, Doyle issued yet another release. "Maybe the lo- cals read the newspaper, listened to the radio or watched TV news coverage, or maybe it was the beSt information network the grapevine. Or maybe the floating bar crowd was all partied out from Monday and Tuesday nights' dis- count beverages and multiple ar- rests. City police don't know for sure. But last night [Wednesday, June 24], the third day of the de- partment's new 'no nonsense' ap- proach to rowdy bar patrons, only one person was arrested. His name appears in the list above. our new plan will also mean less potential problems with the hospi- tal over the long term. Even though they had agreed to work with us and supported our plan, there were some potential prob- lems that I want to avoid." The present Edgehill Drugs on the site is a 6,000-square-foot store that will be torn down fol- lowing construction of the new store. "There will be no lapse in service," said Thompson. He said the new store will in- clude 65 parking spaces, using all of the space where the present store is located and then some. "This is forever," said Thomp- son. "I never want parking to be a problem, and what we're propos- ing should never create a problem for the neighbors." He said his new proposal will meet all height and setback regulations and will require no other variances. "I just want to build a nicer, larger store than what we have now and serve the community well." Thompson said he wasn't sure how long it would be before he brought his plans to Lewes for re- view. CP00DIVER - $19.95 C K T 644-2TOW crease in transit use, faster access for emergency services and tem- porary relief of the gridlock that was previously experienced. Al- though we regret compromising bicycle access in this section of south Route 1, we feel that we have reduced many other serious safety concerns by providing the HOV lanes. Similar lanes in Ocean City, Md., that accomodate both bicycles and buses, are much wider, allowing shared use by buses and bicycles," she said in the letter dated June 4. Canby went on in her letter to note changes planned for the "Forgot- ten Mile" area north of Dewey Beach, as well as changes planned for Route 1 below Dewey Beach. Canby also noted that a study of the Route 1 corridor is ongoing. It was not exactly the response that bicyclists were hoping for. The meeting is at 1 p.m., in Room 530, at Del Tech'sHigher Ed Building. DEMOGRAPHICS Z$ - marketing based on folks' age, gender, income, education. PSYCHOGRAPHICS Z$- FUN, PRACTICAL marketing to folks based on their actual lifestyles and particular personalties, motivations, needs, and desires for market stuff. Is a real word. PSYCHAGRAPHICS Z$-a mack-up word used locally to mean creative, effective graphic design and marketing for you. (See Io8os, brochures, menus, ads, etc.) Have a blast on the Bay this July 3rcl! See the 'rockets' red glare' and 'bombs bursting in air' from a unique point-of-view, Friday night, July 3rd. The Cape May- Lewes Ferry invites you to spend the evening aboard the MV Twin Capes. See an incredible fireworks display and dance to the music of "System T' on the deck of the Ferry--in the middle of Delaware Bay! Tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve yours in advance by calling 1-800-64-FERRY. Adults $ 20 Kids 12 and under$ I0 Boarding time 8:15 p.m. Call (302) 644-6030 [or more in[ormation. Food and beverages will be auailable [or purchase. Coolers and carry-on beuerages are not permit- ted aboard the uessel. (sailing [rom the Lewes Terminal) Departure time 8:30 p.m. Fireworks begin approx. 9:30 p.m. Return time II:00 p.m. FERRY