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CAP,dda'y " " " ""-  "  ' '" September 25 , ctl,lJ, 1 Nutrient management committee to meet Sept. 30 on manure disposal The Agricultural Industry Advi- the committee's open session, trol are studying the federal strate- sory committee on Nutrient Man- agement meets Wednesday, Sept. 30, 7:30 p.m., at the Delaware De- partment of Agriculture Confer- ence Center, 2320 S. DuPont Highway, Dover. The committee has been studying and providing open educational and information- al meetings on the issues of use and disposal of animal manure and the related environmental problems that may stem from nu- trient overload in water affected by runoff. Concems are intensify- ing in the agricultural community, and specifically the poultry indus- try, since the recent release of a federal proposal for improving water quality by following a strat- egy that would apply to animal feeding operations. There is the possibility that discussion of the strategy will be introduced during however, agriculture officials said that the agenda was set with sever- al guest speakers before the is- suance of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the fed- eral Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) strategy. Developed jointly by the USDA and the EPA, the strategy includes voluntary and regulatory steps to create comprehensive nutrient "management plans. Officials of the agricultural community and of the Department of Natural Re- sources and Environmental Con- gy. They agree that alternative methods of storing or disposing of animal manure could be very cost- ly for the agricultural industry. The strategy states that public comment will be taken on the draft for four months with "listening sessions" set in some cities in No- vember. At this time, it is not known if a Delaware site will be chosen for a listening session. For information on the advisory committee meeting, call the Delaware Department of Agricul- ture, 800-282-8685. DOMESTIC Er INTERNATIONAL USA-CHINA-VIETNAM EASTERN EUROPE Adoptions From The Heart can help create the family you've always wanted. We offer adoptions from within the USA, Vietnam, China and Eastern Europe. We have placed 1,369 babies in loving homes since 1985. Please attend our next free informational meeting! Thursday, October 1 st in Milford, Delaware Call (302) 658-8883 to register. AbOl00tkms ]:rom'l'be Heart Subscribe to The Cape Gazette today. Call 645-7700. I Plantations. The Perfect Place. Immediate Occupancy! Construction Continued from page 14 with his plans to build a complex from Rehoboth Avenue through to Wilmington Avenue, where he is in the process of demolishing two old houses. The new five-floor complex will include a 140-seat California-style restaurant and seven retail stores on ground level, with a 57-unit motel above, featuring a swim- ming pool and meeting rooms, to be built to the 42-foot-height limit. There will be underground par k - ing forthe motel and the first floor features a U-shaped plaza, accord- ing to Frederick, who has seen the preliminary plans and doesn't be- lieve any variances will be neces- sary. The contents of The Avenue were auctioned off on Monday, Sept. 21, with auctioneer William "Butch" Emmert terming the bid- ding as "very disappointing." While the "almost new" equip- ment went for decent prices, the old equipment and dining room accessories were difficult to un- load. Emmert said one problem was that he had scheduled an auction for that morning at the Beachs'ide Restaurant up thestreet, but that it had been canceled at the last minute due to a landlord-tenant dispute. "I was hoping tO start there and just keep going up to The Avenue, but a number of the people who showed up in the morning for the first auction left, rather than waiting until afternoon for The Avenue auction," Emmert" noted. Frederick said she foresees the possibility of other commercial activity along Wilmington Av- e00ut, x0000tth the a00ea x00he00e Boudreaux's restaurant and the minigolf complex being eyed for a 100-seat restaurant, and the build- ing next to Zog's restaurant anoth- er area where changes could occur in the near future. Available Now! The Beachhaven-- Lakefront two story with open great room, 1st floor master, 2-1/2 baths, porch and deck at the Plantations . The Cottonwood -- Lot 13 Lakeside Court, contemporary: $159,900. The Mayfield -- Lot 20 Broadfield Boulevard, contemporary rancher: $187,500. Plantations homes start at $113,500. For information, call 302.645.2727 or 800.777.1530 I BPIOKERB /ELCONIE I V Available NowI The Sandlewood -- Vaulted ceiling, tray ceiling master bedroom, 2 baths, kitchen-dining room, sunroom, screened porch and deck at Plantations. The East Bay -- Lot 32 Plantations Drive, contemporary rancher: $187,900. COUNTRY LIFE, I-IOMESs.. FROM ROUTE ONE IN LEWES, TURN WEST AT THE MIDWAY SHOPPING CENTER TRAFFIC LIGHTTHEN RIGHT AT 275.