Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
September 6, 2013     Cape Gazette
PAGE 33     (33 of 116 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 33     (33 of 116 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 6, 2013

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6- MOND/kY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 33 Project will cost an estimated $2.9 million The Lewes Fire Department The new project will allow for I n c. h a s a n n o u n c e d t h e future growth in the emergency construction of a new S'tation medical service staff as medical 2 in Nassau. Construction is calls are projected to exceed scheduled to start the beginning 3,500 medical emergencies of October, with an stimated this year with the numbers cost of $2.9 million, increasing each year. Projected Demolition of the existing fire and accident calls are station will allow for the expected to be over 600 this construction of a larger and more year. The department feels this advanced station on the same best serves the continuously site. The current building was a growing year-round community prefabricated building erected and its visitors. in 1989 to reduce response time The new structure will be to the rural fire district. The two stories; the first floor will building was projected to serve have six engine bays, and several the community for 20 years; it bunk rooms to house up to 20 has now served the community volunteers and career staff for nearly 25 years, during extended emergencies The department conducted such as hurricanes and a long-range plan several snowstorms, which the current years ago for the purpose of structure does not have. A partial projecting future growth in the basement was added for storage district. This study included, and future growth. The second but was not limited to, location floor will have a large room for of new stations, upgrades on meetings, kitchen amenities and existing stations, additional additional office space. apparatus and response times to Construction is projected to emergencies. This information be complete by October 2014. was utilized in the location and There will be no disruption design of the new building, in emergency services to the d 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 regulatoryto resolve conflicts with many change regarding management wildlife species. of problem wildlife, the Division "Delawareans demand that of Fish and Wildlife has finalized the people helping them resolve its new training program and their wildlife problems are prop- permitting process for wildlife erly trained and conduct their control operators. Anyone in work in a safe, efficient arid ethi- Delaware who conducts wild- cal manner. This new program life control activities, including is designed to help ensure that those permitted within the for- wildlife control activities con- mer system, must complete the ducted in our state meet these new training program by Feb. 10, standards," said ]oe Rogerson, 2014. The Division of Fish and Division of Fish and Wildlife Wildlife partnered withthe Uni- deer and furbearer biologist. versity of Nebraska-Lincoln and The training program costs Cornell University to develop $178 for those with internet ac- the training program, which has cess and $228 if taken without it. been certified by the National To complete the course, wildlife Wildlife Control Operators As- control operators must earn sociation. The program includes a passing grade of at least 80 wildlife control operator ba- percent on the exam. For more sics and a supplement detailing informati6n contact Rogerson at wildlife biology and techniques 302-735-3600. :lOok|rig for a new hair Hair Artistry community while construction is under way. A temporary structure will be utilized adiacent to the site. Inquiries should be directed to Preident Dale Magee or Vice President Glenn Marshall, Lewes Fire Department Inc at 302-645- 6556. styli ? : Book your appointment with Christine today by callino 302-645-7167. Hair Artistry Savannah Rd Lewes Plaza, Lewes, DE 19958 itter,com/CGbuzoffers for local SPORT FISHING