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NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE Continued from Page 9'3 have a reasonable opportu- nity to be heard. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on AUGUST 14, 1997, in the County Council Cham- bers, County Administrative Office Building, Georgetown, Delaware, the County Plan- ning and Zoning Commis- sion of Sussex County will hold a public hearing con- cerning the following pro- posed amendment to the Code of Sussex County. AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 115 OF THE CODE OF SUSSEX COUNTY, DELAWARE, BY AMENDING ARTICLE XXV, RELATING TO ELECTRI- CAL SYSTEMS IN COASTAL AND FLOOD- PRONE DISTRICTS. Planning and Zoning public headngs will begin at 7:30 PM. Copies of this proposal may be examined by inter- ested parties in the Planning and Zoning Office, County Administrative Office Build- ing, Georgetown, Delaware, between 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. NOTICE The Board of Adjustment for the City of Lewes will hold a Public Hearing on TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1997, 1 PM, or as soon thereafter that the application may be heard at City Hall, E. Third Street, Lewes, Delaware, upon the matter of a request by HKM INVESTMENTS, INC. contract purchasers of property located at the cor- ner of Savannah Road and Bayview Avenue, Lewes, Delaware, to construct a five (5) story motel. Subject request violates The Code of The City of Lewes, Table of District RegulationS: Building Height, Minimum frontyard setback requirements, and Maximum stodes within a C- 2 Commercial Distdct. The proposed would have a height of 46 feet and five (5) stodes with a 0.5 foot front- yard setback on the unnamed alley. The maxi- mum allowable building height within a C-2 Commer- cial District is 40' and three (3) stories measured where the center line of the building to be erected intersects with the center line of Bay View Avenue to the highest point of roof, (excluding cupolas', and a minimum requlrec frontyard setback of fort feet (40') measured from the property line to the building. All persons in interest are hereby notified to be present and to attend the meeting where a determination will be made by said Board. Such meeting may bE adjoumed from time to time by said Board without furthe, notice. Issued this 20th day el June 1997, pursuant to the rules heretofore adopted b) the Board of Adjustment. Boardf Adjustment The City of Lewes Harvey Cupp Chairmen NOTICE Ron "The Lot Man" Crain and Herb Shupard * 227-5600 - o 227-4800 IP[ REA,'rv GnouP (800) 955-6350 II onthe II classifieds. II -- (It makes cents) II II II  Delaware Department of Transportation Anne P, Canby Secretary PUBUC WORKSHOP STATE ROUTE 1 INH:RO STUDY CONTRACT #803 The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) is conducting a "State Route 1 Improvement Study Public Workshop', on Wednesday, July 16, 1997, 4 PM to 8 PM at Cape Henlopen High School Lobby, 1250 Kings Highway, Lewes, DE. The SRI Improvement Study is a planning process to identify alternate transportation links and connections to improve mobility of SR1 between Five Points and Rehoboth. The alternate transportation connections will be comprehensive and address all modes of travel in the corridor including auto, bike, pedestrian, and bus. The planning process is designed to be a dialogue with local residents to discuss possible links, taking into consideration impacts on: mobility, environment, future development in the area, and current conditions from both a residential and business point of view This workshop invites the public to participate in the early planning stages to evaluate the possible transportation connections, and to work towards building consensus for acceptable concepts. Interested persons are invited to express their views in writing, giving reasons for support or, or opposition to the proposed. Comments will be received on site or can be mailed to DelDOT's External Affairs Office, P.O. Box 778, Dover, DE 19903. If requested in advance, DelDOT will make available the services of an interpreter for the hearing impaired. If an interpreter is desired, please make the request by phone or mail. For further information contact the Office of External Affairs at (800) 652- 5600 (in DE) or (302) 739-4313 or-write to the Office of External Affairs at the above address. PUBLIC NOTICE The Board of Adjustment for the City of Lewes will hold a Public Hearing on TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1 PM., or as soon thereafter that the application may be heard at City Hall, E. Third Street, Lewes, Delaware, upon the matter of a variance request by D R. ARTHUR TORMET to subdivide property located at 4 DeVdes Circle, Lewes, Delaware, into two (2) lots. The request violates The Code of The City of Lewes, Table of District Regulations, lot area square foot require- ment within an R-1 Residen- tial District. In an R-1 Resi- dential District a minimum 10,000 eq. ft. lot area is required per lot, this applica- tion would leave Parcel A with 7,434 sq. ft., more or less, and Parcel B with 8,706 sq. ft. more or less. All persfnf in interest are hereby notified to be present and to attend the meeting where a determination will be made by said Board. Such meeting may be edjoumed from time to time by said Board without further notice. IssUed this 20th day of June 1997, pursuant to the rules heretofore adopted by the Board of Adjustment. Board of Adjustment The Clty of Lewes Harvey Cupp Chairman The Board of Adjustment for the City of Lewes will hold a Public Hearing on TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1997, 1 PM, or as soon thereafter that the application may be heard at City Hall, E. Third Street, Lewes, Delaware upon the matter of a request by ED MED PROPERTIES, L.L.C., ON BEHALF OF EDGEHILL DRUGS, INC. owners of property located at 444 Savannah Road, Lewes, Delaware, to construct a medical arts building. Sub- ject request violates The Code of The City of Lewes, Table of District Regulations, Buildable Height. The pro- posed structure will have a height of 55' - 8 1/2 ". The mmdmum allowable building height within a C-1 Commer- cial DIstdct is 40' All persons in interest are hereby notified to be present and to attend the meeting where a determination will be made by said Board. Such meeting may be adjourned from time to time by said Board without further notice. Issued thls 20th day of June 1997, pursuant to the rules heretofore adopted by the Board of Adjustment. Board of Adjustment The City of Lewes Harvey Cupp Chairman HAVEN'T YOU HEARD? Subscribe to the JrAPE,'.,.GAZETT and read about all the latest newal C 645-7700 to subscdbe. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 11 - July 17. 1997 - 93 Joseph BI and Deborah M. Trice, Little Creek Hundred, remodeling, $4,0OO. Stephen J. and Deborah L. Cobb, Canal Village, Baltimore Hundred, addition, $34,560. I Scott and Suzanna L. Smoot, Route 490, Broad Creek Hundred,' dwelling, $145,000. James Gregger, Jr., Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, remodeling, $4,098. Donald and Dorothy Gray, Mills- boro, Dagsboro Hundred, swimming pool and walk, $13,104. Lockwood Enterprises,.Milton, Broadkill Hundred, dwelling with garage, $87,144. Robert W. and Nancy L. Bennett, Route 292, Indian River Hundred, unattached garage, $13,104. Francis and Aileen Desrosier, Swann Estates, Baltimore Hundred, remodeling, $4,500. Edwin and Elizabeth Moran, Pond View Estates, Broadkill Hundred, unattached shed, $2,880. Geoffrey and Virginia Werner, Country Crossing, Seaford Hundred, fence, $2,250. Joan Freeman, Colonial Acres, Broad Creek Hundred, remodeling, $1,000. Ronald L. Grey, Indian Landing North, Indian River Hundred, deck and remodeling, $22,117. James Martin Keehner, New Road Estates, Lewes and Rehoboth Hun- dred, remodeling, $9,508. Daniel and Marc DeFelice, White ' I David M. Winn and Frank T. Ben- nett, Washington, D.C., to Robert and Sara Ruiz, Dunnboring, Va., Lot 46, Pine Bay, Country Manor, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $348,000. Clifton and Carole Rau, Sykesville, Md., to Maria Quintana Simoes, Timonium, Md., Lot 46, Pi- lottown Villages, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, $48,500. Great South Beach Improvement Company, Hazlet, N.J., to Francis J. and Heather B. Cassidy, Long Neck, Lot 1, Block 15, Sec. C, East Side Drive, Rehoboth Beach Yacht and Country Club, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $132,000. 313 Corporation, Wilmington, to Mortimer, Jr., and Betty Marshall, Reston, Va., Unit 27, Gull Point Con- dominium, Indian River Hundred, $89,900. Harold E. Dukes, Jr., Dewey Beach, to Jonathan Leonard Patter- son, Milford, Lot 88, Maplewood, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $!9,900. Phyllis J. Hoenen, Lewes, to Robert C. Bainbridge and Vincent P. Gamb, Alexandria, Va., Washing- ton Ave., Lewes, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, $110,000. Patricia J. Onelli, Rehoboth Beach, to R. Craig Hudson, Nassau," Lot 75, Maplewood, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $100,000. Safe Partners to Jeffrey W. and Betty DiGregorio, Lot 1, Block .I 1, Country Club Estates, Rehoboth Beach, Lewes and Rehoboth Hun- dred, $142,500. River Estates, Little Creek Hundred, vinyl tech room, $4,800. Robert and Sally Fogarty, Hen- topen Acres, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, open deck, $3,060. Byron Jefferson, Route 38, Cedar Creek Hundred, renovations, $9,883. Southern States Corporation, Inc., Dagsboro, addition to store, $29,416. Janet Fraipoint, Springfield Farms, Georgetown Hundred, swimming pool, walk and fence, $15,400. Jay and Dawn Beach, Route 275, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, unat- tached shed, $2,592: Francis S. and Dawn Thompson, Kattie Walson Subdivision, Little Creek Hundred, swimming pool, $2,429. Robert W. and Lina Lofthouse, Route 597, Nanticoke Hundred, en- close existing porch, $4,500. Raymond Lambert, Morning View, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, pool deck, $15,000. George and Annette Cornell, Bethany Beach, Baltimore Hundred, remodeling, $12,713. Dixie Dianna.Dashields, Long Neck Village, Indian River Hundred, storage building, $2,304. Nathaniel Handy, Hrs., Selbyville, Baltimore Hundred, remodeling, $7,600. Millard and Jocelyn D. Jenkins, Route 252, Broadkill Hundred, addi- tions, $29,216. Jose and Monica Viana, Sandy Brae, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, addition, $16,584. David and Elaine Kane, Mallard Creek, Baltimore Hundred, open deck, $3,264. Schlegel Contractors, Inc., Salis- bury, Md., to William and Wanda Waller, Delmar, Lot 7, Meadow Stream Farms, Little Creek Hundred, $14,900. Patricia L. and Donald E. Burris, Sr., Lewes to Beatrice A. Dickerson, Nassau, Lot 60, Maplewood, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $16,000. Williams & Baker, Inc., MiUsboro, to Richard A. Shirley B. Valeria, Manassas, Va,, Lot M-9, Winding Creek Village, Indian River Hundred, $27,900. Dianna L. Yonno, Eugene Yonno and Lisa Yonno, Manassas, Va., to Joseph Daniel Krbis, Rehoboth Beach, Lots 8 and 9, Block 14, Lake- side Drive, Rehoboth Heights, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $165,000. Jerome V. Horak, Czech Republic, to Mary Ann Tarantino and Alyce Rose Ruane, Lot 28 and part of Lot 29, Block X, Section Y, Angola By The Bay, Indian River Hundred, $28,000. Gordon W. and Bernadette M. Reid, to Alice Ashley, Lewes Beach Drive, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $99,000. Collins Acres General Partnership, Millsboro, to Jackie and Mary Beth Burton, Selbyville, Lot 2, Country Meadows, Dagsboro Hundred, $23,900. Bay Colony, L.P., Bethany Beach to Doughis V. and Bette A. Wade. Brooksville, Md., Lot 12, Block K, Section III, Bay Colony, Baltimore Hundred, $47,700. Robert R. and Jennifer M. Hakim, McLean, Va., to Kevin J: and Holly H. Cusack, Potomac, Md., Lot 5, Gull's Nest Baltimore Hundred, $355,000.