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Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6- MOND,Y, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 33 Lewes Fire Department building new Station 2 in Nassau : Project will cost an estimated $2.9 million community while construction is under way. A temporary The Lewes Fire Department Inc. has announced the construction of a new S'tation 2 in Nassau. Construction is scheduled to start the beginning of October, with an stimated cost of $2.9 million. Demolition of the existing station will allow for the construction of a larger and more advanced station on the same site. The current building was a prefabricated building erected in 1989 to reduce response time to the rural fire district. The building was projected to serve the community for 20 years; it has now served the community for nearly 25 years. The department conducted a long-range plan several years ago for the purpose of projecting future growth in the district. This study included, but was not limited to, location of new stations, upgrades on existing stations, additional apparatus and response times to emergencies. This information was utilized in the location and design of the new building. The new project will allow for future growth in the emergency medical service staff as medical calls are projected to exceed 3,500 medical emergencies this year with the numbers increasing each year. Projected fire and accident calls are expected to be over 600 this year. The department feels this best serves the continuously growing year-round community and its visitors. The new structure will be two stories; the first floor will have six engine bays, and several bunk rooms to house up to 20 volunteers and career staff during extended emergencies such as hurricanes and snowstorms, which the current structure does not have. A partial basement was added for storage and future growth. The second floor will have a large room for meetings, kitchen amenities and additional office space. Construction is prgjected to be complete by October 2014. There will be no disruption in emergency services to the structure will be utilized adjacent to the site. Inquiries should be directed to Preident Dale Magee or Vice President Glenn Marshall, Lewes Fire Department Inc., at 302-645- 6556. :lOok|rig [or a new Hair styl|?: Hair Artistry THE LEWES FIRE DEPARTMENT INC. has announced the construction of a new Station 2 in Nassau. Delaware announces new training, permitting process for Wildlife Control Operator Program Due to a recent regulatory change regarding management of problem wildlife, the Division of Fish and Wildlife has finalized its new training program and permitting process for wildlife control operators. Anyone in Delaware who conducts wild- life control activities, including those permitted within the for- mer system, must complete the new training program by Feb. 10, 2014. The Division of Fish and Wildlife partnered withthe Uni- versity of Nebraska-Lincoln and Cornell University to develop the training program, which has been certified by the National Wildlife Control Operators As- sociation. The program includes wildlife control operator ba- sics and a supplement detailing wildlife biology and techniques to resolve conflicts with many wildlife species. "Delawareans demand that the people helping them resolve their wildlife problems are prop- erly trained and conduct their work in a safe, efficient arid ethi- cal manner. This new program is designed to help ensure that wildlife control activities con- ducted in our state meet these standards," said Ioe Rogerson, Division of Fish and Wildlife deer and furbearer biologist. The training program costs $178 for those with internet ac- cess and $228 if taken without it. To complete the course, wildlife control operators must earn a passing grade of at least 80 percent on the exam. For more information contact Rogerson at 302-735-3600. Book your appointment with Christine today by callin0 302-645-7167.  Hair Artistry Savannah Rd., Lewes Plaza, Lewes, DE 19958 itter.com/CGb,zoffers for local .!. .................................................... A: mntities at the Lowest Pri, SPORT FISHING