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32 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, September I - Monday, September 4, 2006 DelDOT plans Litter-Free Clean Up Day Sept. 30 The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) will host its second annual Imagine A Litter-Free Delaware Clean Up Day on Saturday, Sept. 30. DelDOT has designated this as a statewide clean-up day when everyone is invited to come out and clean Delaware's roads, high- ways and community areas. This is also a day when everyone should stop and consider what a litter-free Delaware would look like and do what they can do to make the state cleaner and health- ier. It's also a time for Adopt-A- Highway volunteers and/or Adopt-A-Bike Path volunteers to do one of their annual clean ups. Businesses, citizens and home- owners are also being asked to ensure that trash is well contained, to pick up debris blowing around their property and to step outside to sweep a sidewalk, pick up sticks or rake some leaves. Pets must be neutered, inoculated prior to adoption A new Delaware law signed on June 29 establishes a preadoption spay/neuter program for cats and dogs and a spay/neuter fund. It is now mandatory for all cats and/or dogs of reproductive age to be spayed or neutered and inoculated for rabies prior to adoption. Failure to comply with the provi- sions of the law may result in fines. Persons who demonstrate economic hardship may apply for funding assistance from the pro- ceeds of the Spay/Neuter Fund to comply. Also, organizations that are nonprofit animal welfare agetlcies, artimall, rescues and/or animal humaneorganizations reg- istered in the state of Delaware may apply for funding assistance. The program is being adminis- tered by the Delaware Department of Agriculture. Initial spay-neuter funding assistance will come from a FY 2007 appropriation. Subsequent funding will be derived from a $3 surcharge that will be added to each rabies shot administered in Delaware on or after Sept. 1. The purpose of the spay/neuter program is to assist low-income residents and low-income com- munities. The Animal Population Control Program's goals include the reduction of the following: population growth among Strayand unwanted cats and dogs; and stray and unwanted cats and dogs entering animal shelters; and cat and dog euthanasia rates; and animal-inflicted injuries to humans (e.g. bites); and threats to public health and safety (e.g. from rabies and vehic- ular accidents). Anyone who own an un-spayed, un-vaccinated dog or cat, or those who think they qualify for funding assistance, or those who need more information, contact your veterinarian. For assistance in finding a licensed veterinarian, contact the Delaware Veterinary Medical Association by phone or fax at 302-674-8581 or visit In addition, Secretary of Transportation Carolann Wicks is requesting that DelDOT mainte- nance forces pay special attention to cleaning Delaware's roadsides during the week of Oct. 2-6. Volunteers should register by Sept. 15 at, under Hot Topics or contact the Office of Public Relations at 800-652-5600. One free bag per participant is available on a first come, f'u'st serve basis when volunteers are picking up their supplies. Anyone cleaning Delaware roadways should stop by the near- est DelDOT district office to obtain safety information, safety vests and trash bags Sept. 25-29. Following the clean up, partici- pants may dispose of the trash themselves or filled trash bags may be placed near a traffic sign for DelDOT to pick up. To have DelDOT pick up filled trash bags, call 800-652-5600 to report the location. The rain date for the event will be Sunday, Oct. 1. PAID ADVERTISEMENT "Fender Benders" Can Cause Serious Injuries Free Report Reveals How Even Minor Car Accident Injudes Can Have Major Health Consequences To Unknowing Victims... DELAWARE - Minor injuries from car hidden injury and end up suffering from acddents are often misdiagnosed and years of pain, misery and frustration. To misunderstood. A recent free report rtxive your Free Report that reveals reveals how even minor accidents can the hidden truth sent to you by mail, call cause hidden injuries that may take 1-800-595-6795 to listen to the toll- weeks, months, even years to surface, free, 24-hour recorded message. To Accident Victims often settle their case schedule a free consultation, call 302- without first checking ff they have a 645-6681. it rESD_DAA 9:30 PM WEDNESDAY Open Mic Night 9:30 PM TUESDAY . 8:30 PM ete from TH--. -;---#-9PM Open Mic N,ght Love Seed Mama Jump    3 WEDNESDAY 8 PM EVERY DAY Watch your favorite sports on our 17 TV$ DJ "Big John" FRIDAY 9:00 PM OPEN 7 Days Lunch Dinner Late Night Happy Hour Daily 4.7