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4 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, September 1 - Monday, September 4, 2006 Briefly Continued from page 3 Rehoboth commissioners' September meeting canceled - Rehoboth Beach Mayor Sam Cooper canceled the commissioners' Sept, 5 work- shop because of a lack of agenda items. Milton to discuss franchise agreement at Sept. 5 meeting Milton Town Council will hold its regu- lar monthly meeting at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 5, in Milton Theatre, I10 Union St. The agenda includes the franchise agree- ment with Chesapeake Utilities, a request from Chestnut Properties for one 4-inch irrigation well and one 4-inch well for a stormwater management pond, ratification vote for town clerk, a resolution on the sidewalk ordinance clarification and adop- tion of the fiscal year 2006-07 budget. Council will also hear a request for a con- ditional use for 309 Union St. arid discuss a proclamation for National Wildlife Refuge Week 2006. -J An executive session to discuss [aroperty acquisition, litigation or personnel matters may follow. Trap Pond Fall Fest postponeddue to weather CHEER's Annual Trap Pond Fall Festival, originally slated for Friday, Sept. 1, has been postponed due to the weather. The event has been rescheduled for 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday, Sept. 8, More infor- mation concerning the festiviti can be found in the Cape Life section of this issue of the Cape Gazette. For mgrzinformation call a local CHEER Center or Cliff Toomey at 856-5187. f / Dewey lane restrictions in effect duringproject The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) is alerting motorists that intermittent lane restrictions will be required along northbound and southbound Route 1 from Swedes Street to Savage Ditch Road near Dewey Beach. The project will involve curb ramp improvements for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance, the removal of the old road surface, patching the base and placing new asphalt pavement. George & Lynch Inc. is the contractor for Dennis Fomey photo Military vessel ghosts its way past Cape Henlopen A military war vessel, towed by a tug, made its way carry pilots; however, their activities are neither logged down Delaware Bay recently and ghosted southward nor reported to outside agencies. "We don't give that around the point at Cape Henlopen. Officials at the information out - for security purposes; said a Maritime Philadelphia Maritime Exchange office said such vessels exchange spokesman. the project. The work will begin Tuesday, Sept. 5, and end in mid-November. Work hours will be from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., weath- er permitting. Motorists are advised to slow down and use caution when traveling through the work zone area. For more information visit www.deldot.gov. Milton sets hearing on budget for Sept. 5 The Milton Mayor and Council will hold a public hearing concerning the town budg- et for fiscal year 2006-07 at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 5, at the Milton Theatre. Residents wishing to address the council may do so during the heating and council will vote on adoption of the budge during the council meeting immediately following the hearing. The budget can be reviewed at www.ci.milton.de.us. County roads get surface treatment The Department of Transportation will have maintenance crews doing surface treatment paving, commonly referred to as tar and chip, on the following roads throughout Sussex County: McColley Road from Cedar Beach Road through Shockley Road Shockley Road from Cedar Neck Road through Cedar Beach Road Cods Road from Prime Hook Road through Fowler Beach Road Wilkerson Road from Prime Hook to end Zion Church Road from Reynolds Road through Broadldll Road Mulberry Knoll Road from Cedar Grove Road to end Anderson Corner Road from Rust Road through Simpler Branch Road The operations will end on or before Friday, Sept. 8. Work will take place, weather permitting, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., each day. There will be intermittent lane restrictions during these times. For more information, visit www.del- dot.gov. DNREC receives grant money for marinas The Pollution Prevention Program of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) will administer more than $112,000 in grants for the installation and maintenance of pumpout/dump stations at participating Delaware marinas. The funding was made available by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Clean Vessel Act through the Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife. "Any marina providing dockage for any vessel containing a Type HI marine sanita- tion device (MSD) must provide access to a sewage pumpout or dump station, unless otherwise approved by the Department," said Crystal Nagyiski, manager of the Pollution Prevention Program. In addition, the marina owner shall post signs to identi- fy the location of the marina's pump- out/dump station. This grant provides an opportunity for marinas to get into compliance with marina regulations with minimal out-of-pocket expense. Marinas are currently participating in the grant program. They include Pilottown Marina in Lewes; Rehoboth Bay Community Marina in Rehoboth Beach; and Angola Beach & Estates Marina in Lewes. Additional grant money is still available for interested marinas. For more information on this grant or the Delaware Clean Marina Program, contact Crystal Nagyiski at 302-739-9909 or email crystal.nagyiski@ state.de.us. Police arrest brothers for armed robberies Detectives seek help finding t00rd suspect ...... Delaware State Police detec- tives arrested two teenage broth- ers in connection with several robberies in which foreign stu- dents were forced to surrender cash and personal belongings at gunpoint. The incidents occurred when the students were returning to their Sanibel Village residences late at night Aug. 15 and Aug. 19. Police are seeking public assis- tance in locating a third teenager connected with the crimes. State police spokesman Cpl. Jeff Oldham said police arrested Carlton N. and Andre L. Daniels, both 18 and from Lincoln, CARLTON ANDRE DANIELS DANIELS Tuesday, Aug. 29, and Wednesday, Aug. 30, respectively. Each man was charged with two counts of first-degree robbery, two counts of second-degree rob- bery, possession of a firearm dur- ing the commission of a felony and possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony. Both suspects were committed to Sussex orrecti Ottal Institution in lieu of $41,000 secured bonds. Detectives also have war- rants to arrest LEWIS Lorenzo L. Lewis, 18, of Lincoln. Lewis is wanted on two counts of first-degree robbery, two counts of second-degree robbery, posses- sion of a firearm during the com- mission of a felony and posses- sion of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony. During their investigation of the robberies, detectives learned that Carlton Daniels was arrested in Burton Village, June 14, on unre- "Both suspects'were subsequently lated charges, including posses- arrested for possession of mari- sio/with intent to. deliver.crock, juana mad..Aadre Dho cocaine, possession with intent to deliver OxyContin, second- degree conspiracy, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, trespass- ing and unlawfully dealing with a switchblade. "Burton Village is located in close proximity to Sanibel Village," said Oldham. Carlton and Andre Daniels were also arrested at about 2:40 a.m., Aug. 20. "Both suspects were occupants of a Chevy Malibu that was stopped for traffic violations on Route 1 north of Rehoboth, as it left a business where some of the victims work," said Oldham. was driving the car, was arrested on traffic charges. The Chevy Malibu has also been identified by the victims as the vehicle they observed fleeing the area after they were robbed." Oldham said one of the victims, during a photograph lineup, iden- tified Carlton Daniels as his assailant. "Lorenzo L. Lewis was developed as a suspect after detectives arrested the Daniels brothers and interviewed them," said Oldham. Anyone with information regarding LOrenzo L. Lewis' whereabouts is urged to call Det. David Kline at 856-5850, Ext. 210. I