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Delaware's Cape Region TUESDAY, JU Y 31., THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 201:2 FORGET ABOUT ZOMBIES.,. HERE COME THE MUMMIES RUNNING Council conforms to some of attorney general's remedies By Kara Nuzback knuzback@capegazette.com Dewey Beach Town Council is aiming to improve transparency since it was cited for open meeting viola- tions by the Delaware Attorney General's Office. At council's July 27 meeting, commissioners said they would comply with some remedies provided by Deputy Attorney General Kent Walker, who issued the opinion Northbeach 5K turns into 100-meter dash p2s July 13. REHOBOTH BEACH If council does not comply with the remedies, Attor- Commissio ner candidates ney General Beau Biden said it would likely face litiga- tion in Superior Court. Among the remedies is a re- quirement that council obtain consent from the AG to modify its meeting agendas 48 hours in advance of a meeting and an agreement to provide the AG's office with a list of possible remedies for illegal actions taken at the meetings in violation. square off in first forum p3 STORMWATER Corps still working on Rehoboth outfall clearings P5 Continued on page 9 0 GARDEN & FARM Governor, ag secretary celebrate poultry industry p22 Diane Meier: Shelter not doing all it can to get dogs adopted SCHOOLS Students compete in top engineer design project P24 By Rachel $wick Mavity rachel@capegazette.com NDE NICK ROTH PHOTO NATIONALLY RENOWNED FUNK AND R&g BAND "Here Come The Mummies" brought its unique live show to the Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach July 27. The band has garnered national appeal thanks to its appearances on radio shows like "The Bob and Tom Show." Shown above is the band's bassist known as The Pole, See more photos in the Friday, Aug. 3 edition Another Safe Haven Anima] Sanctuary board mem- ber has resigned. Diane Meier, who has been working with Safe Haven for threeyears, said she decided to leave the no-kill shelter because the shelter is not doing everything it can to get dogs adopted. Continued on page 10 Classifieds 27 Community Calendar 16 Garden & Farm 22 Health & Fitness 17 Obituaries 11 -- School & Education 24 Sports & Outdoors 25 Weather/Tides 39 "The price of liberty is eternal vigilance." i III1!! !!!11,!!! UI III1