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46 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 13 - September 19,1996 Milford Chamber plans Seventh Fall Fling Sept. 27-29 The kids are back in school, food, fun, and family activities. Saturday is always the big day and flea market tables will be profit groups from the greater football action is on the gridiron, and the sound of geese can be heard flying overhead. That can only mean that Milford's Fall Fling is just around the corner! The Seventh Annual Milford Fall Fling, again hosted by the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford, is set for Sept. 27-29 at locations throughout the Milford community. Diane Lank, 1996 Fall Fling chairperson, and Trish Herholdt, the chamber's new special events coordinator, promise something for everyone at this year's event. From hot dogs to dog jogs, street dancing to ferris wheel riding, there will be a wide assortment of Airport Continued from page 44 the airport. That is what we are trying to do," Calio explained. Calio and Bob Stickels, the Sus- sex County Administrator, esti- mated that the hangars can make some money for the county. Building a hangar is expected to cost $200,000 and is expected to yield an estimated profit of $40,000 spread over 15 years. The $250 fee is roughly compa- rable with that charged by similar operations. Easton, for example, charges a Festivities get underway on Fri- day evening, Sept. 27, with a fam- ily-oriented street dance along the Mispillion River and Walnut Street in downtown Milford. At 7 p.m., Alex Vaughn DJ. Services will begin spinning tunes and en- tertaining autumn revelers with a variety of pre-recorded music. Downtown Milford Inc. will be passing out balloons and glow sticks for the kids, and soda and popcorn for all. Friday evening also signals the start of the Taylor & Sons, Inc. carnival, located at the Plaza at Milford on U.S. 113. Amusement rides and games open at 6 p.m. and run well into the night. minimum ot $225 per month. Councilman George Cole ar- gued that the county ought to be making more money and that the county should be wary of not charging enough. But Council President Dale Dukes, Calio and Stickels said it would be better to charge a lower price and attract more clients so the facilities do not sit idle. The county can raise the prices, al- though there will be caps on the amount of rent increase per year. Fifteen percent was discussed as a cap figure Tuesday. Cole disagreed, but ultimately voted for the idea. "If we can of the Fall Fling as Bicentennial Park and the Milford Shopping Center on N.E. Front Street come alive with autumn activity. Get- ring events off to a running start is the Fall Fling Biathalon featuring running and bicycling competi- tions. Registration for the 5K run and the 19K bike event will be at the Library Square Ampitheater (along the Mispillion River Walk) from 7 to 7:30 Saturday morning. Prizes will be awarded in eight so- lo and group categories. At 9 a.m. the Fall Fling official- ly opens at Bicentennial Park. Dozens of arts and crafts exhibits, business and community informa- tional displays, childrens' games make money, I don't see why it is so awful for us to make money." Calio said that he has had sever- al inquiries about the project. He did not give specifics of which businesses had expressed interest in the project. The hangars would be located on ground at the airport which is near the state police hangar. The project can be completed with reserve monies, meaning no tax increase is necessary. The measure required a super majority of four votes, more than the usual three affirmative votes. All five county councilmen voted for the project, although Cole did object to the rental cost. WATERFRONT - SLAUGHTER BEACH If you love watersports, you'll be thrilled with this completely renovated beachfront home on the Delaware Bay. 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A wide range of games and contests, in- cluding a horseshoe tournament, "dog jog" and the popular "Rub ber Duck Dash" will also be a part of the day's events. At 4 p.m. the Milford Lions Club announces the winners of its car and truck give- away raffle drawings. m m Olympic-sized Swimming Pool Tennis Court Recreational Areas All Weather Roads Children's Wading Pool Central Water b Sewer Community Building Playground Streetlights Lawnservice All Underground Utilities Lowest Lot Rent At The Beach Minutes to Boardwalk, Beaches, Boating, Fishing, Mall, Outlets, Fine Restaurants, Hospitals, Etc. 457-U 19 Spinning Wheel NEW water heater, C/A only, 1 year old, washer, 2 BR, 1 BA, 8x10 shed, microwave. ASKING $18,000 465-U 13 Gunpowder New W/D, NEW 30 gal. water heater, NEW bath floor & vinyl, NEW deluxe carpet living room and hall, C/W, 10x10 shed, 20' S/T patio cover. 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