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58 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 14 - August 20, 1998 Rehoboth & Lewes Today and the Cape Gazette Presen t the 1998 Submitted photo Mansfields take over Mr. Rooter Joe and Margaret Mansfield recently expanded their septic, sewer and drain business to the Rehoboth Delaware shore- line. Mr. Rooter is a franchise business owned and operated by the Mansfields and is a division of the worldwide Dwyer Group. Mr. Rooter is a full-service septic, sewer and drain company, and the Mansfields bring 36 years of knowledge and experience in the waste management industry to the area. As a greeting to the Rehoboth community, the Mansfields are currently offering 10 percent off any service work for all Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce mem- bers. "We've always loved the Rehoboth area, and recently bought a home here," said Joe Mansfield. "We look forward to becoming an active force in the community and to providing solutions to the septic, sewer, drain and grease trap chal- lenges of today, while maintaining a fair price and great ser- vice." Mr. Rooter is on call 24 hours a day and can be reached at 226-1300 or 888-MR ROOTER. FREE TO THE P1JBLIC August 20, 21 & 22 Thursday - Friday - Saturday Briefly Loans for rental housing construction available U.S. Department of Agriculture secretary Dan Glickman an- nounced this week that $38 mil- lion is currently available for guar- anteed rural housing loans for new rental housing construction through qualified lenders. The Rural Housing Service makes af- fordable housing available through a joint partnership be- tween the federal government and major financial institutions. Under the program, qualified lenders are authorized to originate, underwrite and close loans for multifamily housing complexes requiring new construction. In turn, USDA will guarantee the lender's loan up to 90 percent of the total development cost and will commit to paying up to 90 percent of the outstanding princi- pal and interest in the event of a default on the loan. For more information, call Obe- diah Baker at 202-720-1604. SCORE to host workshop for small businesses A "Thinking of Starting Your Own Business" workshop will be conducted by SCORE, the Service Corps of Retired Executives, from 6 to 9 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 9, at the Small Business Resource & Information Center, 146 Gover- nor's Ave., Dover. Executives will discuss the essential guidelines for starting or improving a small busi- ness. The workshop fee is $25 at the door or $20 if prepaid. For more information or to register, call 302-678-1555. Bethel United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall Fourth and Market Streets in Lewes, Delaware Together Under One Roof!!! THE AREA'S MOST SUCCESSFUL: REALTORS DEVELOPERS BUILDERS MORTGAGE COMPANIES HOME SERVICES DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO REVIEW THE ENTIRE MARKET, ALL IN ONE PLACE- IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT www.rehobothtoday.com INFORMATION (302) 645-0225