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Milton Continued from page 1 rent subsidies. According to Pat Batchelor, vice president of F&S Property Management, $22,250 is the me- dian income in Milton. A market research study, she said, indicated that there is a strong need for two- bedroom apartments in the area. "There are no moderate income apartments," she said. "There's just no affordable place for the young people to move." "We considered building three to four bedroom units, but we found Milton needs two-bedroom units," said Speakman. Addition- ally, she said, cost was a factor. Constructing 1,100 square foot apartments would have raised the total cost of the project by approx- imately $425,000. At both the July Milton Town Council meeting and the Planning and Zoning Commission hearing, residents expressed concern about having low-income housing erect- ed in Milton. Fuqua was quick to point out that the area was already Carper appoints residents to state boards Governor Thomas Carper has appointed several Cape residents to state boards and councils. Nor- ma Lee Derrickson of Rehoboth Beach was appointed Sept. 10 to a post on the Delaware Tourism Advisory Board. Derrickson will serve until Sept. 9, 1999. Other recent appointments in- clude Dr. Hal Bowen of Mills- boro, who was appointed to the Board of Chiropractic. Delaware Homeowners Save Money On Your Insurance With Nationwide Discounts! Discounts for smoke alarms, fire and burglary alarm systems, fire extinguishers and locks are just a few of the money-savers available with Nationwide homeowners insurance. New homes qualify for savings, too. Call today for a free, no- obligation quote. lU David H. Trultt 365 Savannah Rd. Lewes 645-6459  NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nationwide is on your side Nltlonwtdll Mutual l Cop4my aqxl AlSmt i Cofllp, llp, :'tl Omco: One  Plaza, Ca, u,l, OH 43 I e Nat;0,nw,le il i rmrod fi(,ll Mol rk o zoned commercial, so the only is- sue for the commission was whether to grant the exception. Doggedly, however, residents and commission members alike voiced opinions during the hear- ing that alluded to a fear of a low- income housing development in Milton. One resident noted that the complex could create traffic congestion, and wondered if it would create some water and sew- er problems. Speakman assured the audience and commission that there were no indications of any CAPEO": ], oJ.GAZET13g, Priday, 'xdmS.a. *:r ' epteniberrn' qv," ,,abta:,i13 -" September';r'r'z x/,; .19 ,: o :.:1996, - 11 ' problems of an environmental na- ture. Dean Sherman, planning com- mission member, voiced what many had implied at both meet- ings. "It all comes down to some- body figuring out how to manage these things so they won't turn in- to slums," he said. Sherman said he had seen other similar projects in other communities, and the re- suits had been positive. Sherman moved to grant the variance; the motion was seconded by Norene Broadhurst. Batchelor said at the July town council meeting that Milton Land- ing will have a full time manager. She said that in similar housing developments her company man- ages, her company has seen no in- crease in police related problems. The policy of the company, too, she explained, is "one strike and you're out." If any unusual situa- tion arises, the company would be willing to hire additional security. When the group addressed the town council in July Thomas Becker of Becker Morgan Moore Olds & Richter, Inc., who de- signed Milton Landing, said the structures themselves will be built of good quality. Ten percent of the apartments will be designed for handicapped adaptability. The plans call for each unit hav- ing individual entrances to be maintained by the occupants. The Nanticoke buildings will have bricked lower halves with quality vinyl siding on the upper portions. There will also be laundry facili- ties, a playground and a storm run-off drainage pond. YOU HAVE CHOICES! I-or A Home At The Beacn...Right Now COURTYARDS NEWLY DESIGNED VILLAS SINGLE FAMILY TOWNHOMES / ( No need to wait for your new home to be built. A gallery selection of homes to fit nearly every price range and desire awaits you at Plantations, in Lewes,DE. At Plantations, you'll find spacious Courtyard homes on the water, affordable Townhomes, newly designed Villas and custom designed single-family homes. Visit Plantations today and tour our mod- els. You'll be surprised at the fine quality, extensive variety and genuine beauty. 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Lewes, Delaware 19958 HOM BUY[RS EQUAL HOUSING WNRANTY" OPPORTUNITY Call us at 302/645-2727 or 800/777-1530, FAX us at 302/645.1984 From Route One, turn west at Midway Shopping Center traffic light onto Postal Lane, then right on 275 T 1"1"1@1 IlllllITIBIITIIIIIIElrIIIIII]TI]IIIIIIilI rtmn=rrrr rr .