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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 26 - July 2, 1998 - 105 NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE Continued from page i04 AN ORDINANCE TO GRANT A CONDITIONAL USE OF LAND IN AR-1 AGRICULTURAL RESIDEN- TIAL DISTRICT FOR AN AMENDMENT TO STIPU- LATION NO. 1 OF CONDI- TIONAL USE NO. 1028, RELATING TO SQUARE FOOTAGE OF FLOOR SPACE, FOR MEDICAL OFFICES TO BE LOCATED ON A CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN LEWES MORE OR LESS (land lying northwest of Route 18 (Savannah Road), 350' northeast of Route 12; application filed on behalf of H.L.M.M., L.L.C.; C/U #1243). NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE The following Ordinance was approved on June 2, 1998 by the Sussex County Council. ORDINANCE NO. 1237 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE COMPRE- HENSIVE ZONING MAP OF SUSSEX COUNTY FROM A C-1 GENERAL COMMER- CIAL DISTRICT TO AN AR-1 AGRICULTURAL RESIDEN-i TIAL DISTRICT FOR A CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN LEWES AND REHOBOTH HUNDRED, SUSSEX COUNTY, CON- TAINING 6.43 ACRES, MORE OR LESS (land lying north of Route 9, approxi- mately 2,200 feet southwest of Delaware Route One; application filed on behalf of HILDA LOUISE NORWOOD AND DELORES P.N. HANDY; C/Z #1337). NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the County Planning and Zoning Commission ol Sussex County will hold a public hearing on Thursday evening, JULY 23, 1998, in the County Council Chambers, Sussex Count Administrative Officei Building, Georgetown, Delaware, on the application of MIKE MOCK, to consider the Subdivision of land in a C-1 General Commercial and AR-1 Agricultural Residential Zoning District in Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred by dividing 5.68 acres into eleven (11) lots, located northeast of Road 268, 500 feet north of Delaware Route One. Planning and Zoning public hearings will begin at 7:30 N()TICE THE CITY OF LEWES HOUDAY CLOSING AND TRASH COLLECTION SCHEDULE City Offices will be closed Friday, July 3, 1998, for the 4th of July Holiday. There will be no Trash collection within the City of Lewes on Friday, July 3, 1998. Cryptogram Answer By the streets of "by and by," one arrives at the house of "never." - Miguel de Cervantes i Pi. Text and maps of this pro- posal may be examined by interested parties in the County Planning and Zoning Office, Sussex County Administrative Office Building, Georgetown, Delaware. SELF STORAGE LIENSALE Hardy's Self Storage, Rt. 54, Selbyville, DE 19975, wishing to avail themselves of the provi- sion of DELAWARE LAW (25 DEL. C. CH. 49), hereby gives notice of sale under said act, to wit: On Saturday, July 25, 1998 at Hardy's Self Storage, Rt. 54, Sel- byville, DE between the hours of 10:30 - 11:30 AM of that day, will con- duct a silent public auc- Sussex Pines members volunteer at LGPA tourney Members of the Sussex Pines Country Club in Georgetown volunteered at the LPGA Mc- Donald's Golf Championship, held at the DuPont Country Club May 11-17. The group has a cumulative total of 44 years of volunteering. Shown kneeling is Ron Farrel. Standing (l-r) are Cheryl Kirkpatrick, Carol Farrel, Josephine Core, Sandy Bunting, Marian Ellis and Marge Peck. Missing from the photo are Connie Pepper and Linda Stigell. Del Tech kids camps include Questions regarding this proposal should be directed to Jessica Palmisano, WTR Consulting Group, 201 N. Charles Street, Bal- timore, MD 21201 (401) 659-0074. On or after Tuesday, June 23, 1998, bid specifications may be requested by calling Jessica Palmisano at WTR Consulting Group (410) 659-0074. INVITATION TO LIFE INSURERS SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Sealed proposals addressed to Sussex County Personnel Office, Administrative Office Building, 2 The Circle, Georgetown, DE 19947, Attention: Mr. Dennis V. Cordrey, for Life and AD&D Insurance, will be received until Monday, July 20, 1998, at 2:00 PM local time. At this time the proposals will be publicly opened and read in the Sussex County Council Chambers, First Floor of the Sussex County Administrative Office Building. Subscribe to the and read about all the latest news! Call 645- 7700 to subscribe. Summertime is playtime for kids, but those attending Kids Kamp at Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens campus, will also be learning new skills in their favorite sports when they choose from more than a dozen different sports clin- ics being offered throughout the summer. Wizard/Genie Soccer Magic, ages 7-17, brings players from the Delaware Wizards (men's) and Genies (women's) profes- sional soccer clubs to Sussex County. Players provide a solid skills foundation for young students, while more advanced students learn skill refinement and techni- cal/tactical application in drib- bling, faking, passing, chipping, heading, shooting and driving. A one-time "Strikers and Keepers" camp focuses on skills for goalies and those who want to improve their goal-scoring abili- ties. Each camper will receive a soccer ball and T-shirt. Baseball and Girls' Softball Ronald McDonald House golf tourney is Aug. 10 The 10th annual Ronald Mc- Donald House of Delaware Bet- ter Ball Golf Tournament will be held Monday, Aug. 10, at Bider- mann Golf Course. The shotgun start is at noon. The cost is $275 per player and includes lunch at Bidermann and dinner at Vicmead Country Club. The Ronald McDonald House of Delaware is a home away from home for families or ill or injured children receiving treatment in Camps, ages 8-12, lets students concentrate on fundamental skills and drills: pitching, hitting, in- field/outfield plays, base run- ning/sliding tips and more. Daily scrimmages teach strategy and good sportsmanship. Baseball Pitching Camp, ages 9-12, covers pitching absolutes, mechanics, strategies, fielding techniques and physical condi- tioning. Players evaluate their delivery using video analysis and practice skills in game situations. Girls and Boys Basketball Camps, ages 8-14, offer instruc- tion in defensive play, rebound- ing, passing, shooting, dribbling and movement. Daily activities include practice drills, lead-up games and relays. Karate for Kids and Tae Kwon Do Camps, ages 7-12, de- velop physical fitness and self- confidence while teaching basic self-defense and self-discipline techniques in a fun, safe environ- ment. Junior Football Camp, ages 8- Wilmington area. Parents find support and understanding as well as safe, inexpensive lodging. For more information, call 302-656-4847. Space for the tournament is limited; early reg- istration is suggested. Red Cross teaming up with Indy Racing League The American Red Cross and the Indy Racing League forged a partnership last May that is de- signed to help families under- stand the importance of prepared- ness and family safety. According to Scott Goodyear, driver for the Panther/Pennzoil racing team and spokesman for 1,) is designed to improve basic skills and to increase knowledge of football, including stance, starts, huddle, passing forma- tions, snapping, punting and more. Cardiovascular condition- ing and flexibility/agility drills will be taught. Older students, ages 13-18, can sign up for intensive instruction in quarterbacks' skills, receivers' skills or offensive/defensive line skills, or for the comprehensive gridiron camp, which incorpo- rates a mix of passing/running game fundamentals and basic man-for-man defensive coverage in a noncontact setting. All football camps are taught by Sussex Tech head coach and Blue-Gold game coach John Parker. Participants in the "skills camps" receive a camp T-shirt. Other sports camp offerings in- clude tennis, wrestling, field hockey, and even stock car rac- ing. For more information on camp dates and times, or to register, call 854-6966. I the IRL Red Cross alliance, "Every day, the American Red Cross is in your community, helping you keep yourself, your family and your home safe when emergencies arise. As a father and a husband, i appreciate the significance of keeping my fami- ly safe." The Red Cross will be a visible partner on July 19 at the Dover Downs International Speedway and will provide race attendees with information on health and safety, and on classes and events the Red Cross offers to keep fam- ilies safe. The Red Cross will also be a strong presence at each of the 11 IRL races in 1998. I"IAVEN ' T YOU Hr00m? kitchen appliances, chainsaw, stereo, old 33 records, and other misc. items of Unit A-19, Jose Badillo. We reserve the right to refuse any and l all bids. of sports clinics der, for cash, the con- tents consisting of