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Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 19 is required to do. He said the between the city and DNREC. Manager says facility is complying taken three times a week, other plant's dissolved oxygen levels Meanwhile, the city is still By Ryan Mavity dissolved oxygen levels. The times once a day. are typically above DNREC's awaiting a decision from DNREC ryanm@capegazette.com plant also missed tests for pH, In this case, the plant was minimum standards. Secretary Collin O'Mara on enterococcus or bacteria, flow, required to test once per week By law, the plant is required to Rehoboth's $25 million ocean After being cited by the total suspended solids and for dissolved oxygen, which is show compliance within 30 days outfall project. According to Department of Natural residualchlorine, Ashbysaid. measured to see how much of from Aug. 23. Ashby said DNREC a status report by the Water Resources and Environmental BobStenger, manager of the it is in the treated wastewater, would be watching the Rehoboth Infrastructure Advisory Council, Control for violations related to plant, said the plant was cited Stenger said. Ashby said the plant more closely. Stenger said a decision is expected to come its trash operations, Rehoboth Aug. 23 for record-keeping plant missed dissolved oxygen he has already begun compliance sometime this month. Beach has again been cited issues, not for any water-quality tests at least once a month, by purchasing a second meter to A separate project is $10 by the department, this time problems. While Ashby said the tests read dissolved oxygen levels in million in upgrades to the for violations related to the The plant is given a list of were overlooked at the facility, case of equipment malfunction, wastewater treatment plant. wastewater treatment plant, parameters by DNREC as toStenger said equipment used to Rehoboth was cited by The city has already received DNREC program manager when to take samples to make measure dissolved oxygenlevels DNREC Aug. 28 for dumpingapproval for the project from the Bryan Ashby said the Rehoboth sure the plant is runninghad malfunctioned on several residential and commercialtrash council, but Rehoboth must pass plant missed several tests over smoothly. Stenger said occasions and the results were in with beach and Boardwalk a referendum for permission to a six-month period, mostly for sometimes samples must benot documented, as the plant trash a violation of an agreement borrow the money. Danaher to join Hanson, Legates on Dewey council Board of Elections accepts all three candidates By Kara Nuzback knuzback@capegazette.com Three candidates have officially been elected to serve on De, vey Beach Town Council. The town's municipal election was cancelled Aug. 22, when only three candidates - Mayor Diane Hanson, Commissioner Anna Legates and property owner Ellen Danaher - filed to run for the three available seats on council. According to Delaware Code, when the number of candidates is equal to the number of seats up for election, the board of elections shall declare the candidates elected. Former Commissioner Faith Duncan said the election was cancelled twice in the 1990s when she and former Mayor Bob Frederick ran for re-election. She said the election might have been cancelled at least one other time since the town incorporated in 1981. "We've all been trying to reme/nber," Duncan said. Beverly Corelle and Gloria Rogers met at town hall Aug. 30, where they were sworn in to serve on the Board of Elections. KARA NUZBACK PHOTO BEVERLY CORELLE, left, signs the paperwork declaring three Dewey Beach candidates are officially elected to serve on town council. Election board member Gloria Rogers looks on. The third board member, Helene the three women elected to a two- Bruhl, would be sworn in within year term. "It seems everything's the week, Corelle said. in order," Rogers said. Corelle and Rogers took about Corelle and Rogers also serve 10 minutes to review paperwork on the Dewey Beach Election and ensure Hanson, Legates Committee. When asked what and Danaher were qualified candidates before they declared Continued on page 21 16727 Hwy. 1, Located behind The Surfing Crab 1/2 mile north of Nassau Bridge Bottom Painting Spring Tune-ups Trailer Repairs Full Service Facility Lighted & Secure Storage Full Service Storage Parts & Accessories * Donald J. Foraker, Jr CPA * Certified Public Accountant and Business Advisor Our bookkeeping standards go beyond entering checks into software Call us today for details! Currently accepting new tax & bookkeeping clients Located at 19606 Coastal Hwy, Rehoboth Beach ,(800)748-0354 during Every Sunday for Seniors 65 and older at :ii *some items on deep discount sale already are not eligible for further discounts Bin 66 Wine and Spirits 20729 Coastal hwy 227.6161 www.bin66.com Check in on FACEBOOK to get another big discount coupon