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52 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 26 - October 2, 1997 Milton Chamber of Commerce hires Lambly as new secretary. and swimming and held a job cos- tumed as an M&M. Now, Dale Lambly calls Milton home and she recently took the position of By Rosanne Pack She's lived all over the country, worked as an office manager and a mystery shopper, taught dancing executive secretary for the Milton Chamber of Commerce. As a military dependent for 20 years, Lambly traveled and worked in several states and in more than 40 jobs. Much of her experience has been in an office setting; however, many of her jobs have taken her off the beaten track. She managed an entire of- fice building, taught dancing for Arthur Murray and led recreation- al activities in a mental institution. "Since we were moving around so much, I always worked for temp agencies, so I did a little of everything," she said. "It's a big change to move from Sioux City, 100,000-people town to a 1,000- Iowa, to Milton, Delaware, from a Continued on page 54 ROBERT V. WI't'e;IL, JR. -At-Law CIVIL, CRIMINAL LAW & ZONING Accidents & Personal Injury Home 0wnersAssociations  MLsdemeam & Fel0y 0tfenses Zoning & Variances Corporate & Business Law DUI & Traffic Offenses Wills & Estates Commercial Litigation 120 South Bedford Street ,420 Rehoboth Ave. Georgetown, DE 19947 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 q55-0120 By Appointment Listing of areas of practice does not represent specialization in those areas. Dale Lambly is the new executive secretary at the Milton Chamber of Commerce. Swann Point Continued from page 50 she said, "It's the wave of the fu- ture. If Milton doesn't plan for growth and make provisions to control it to the benefit of the town, we'll be left behind. "Whether it's Swann Point or the next proposed development, we have to bring Milton into the 21st century." Homes in Swann Point are scheduled to sell for $115,000 to $125,000, and if condominium style ownership is approved, it j will provide maintenance for grounds and property exteriors. Now that the property is approved for R-2 development, the next step is preparation and presentation of site plans. Once the site plans are ap- proved, the developers expect to break the construction schedule into three phases with the first homes located on land closest to the river. If site plans are drawn up and approved over the winter and spring, construction could be- gin at Swann Point by late spring or early summer. "An impact we hope to see will be in the IGA and hardware store and other businesses. People have to shop, and we want them to do it in Milton." The entire process that conclud- ed with Swann Point receiving zoning approval included River Milton evolving into Swann Point and the Town of Milton following a path of plafining and zoning meetings, public hearings and zoning creation. Developers, at- torneys, elected officials, resi- dents and zoning commissioners all had a role. "When I look at what has hap- pened, I realize the show of coop- eration among differing parties and how we all came to a great meeting of the minds," deAntonio said. "I expect us to continue in this atmosphere of cooperation, and this should be one of the finest developments to come to this county." Growth means services Supplying water and sewer ser- vice to the development will be paid for by the developer and will enable Milton to complete a loop of service on that side of town. Mayor Jack Bushey said even with the water and sewer installa- tion supplied by the developer, there will be an increase in de- mand for city services in general. However, he expects that the new population there will also being an increase in money spent in Milton, and eventually attract new busi- nesses. "It's important that Milton is growing, and I think that a bigger population will attract new busi- nesses," Bushey said, "but we also have to be prepared for an in- creased demand on services. We will be gaining some fees and tax- es, but that will be offset to a de- gree by necessary increase in ser- vices. We might be looking at adding employees. "They give homebuyers .. a wide variety of selecttons" 'Tve been able to see firsthand that Country Life Homes builds for its cus- tomers a quality home for the money, and they use top-quality materials," explains Mal Price of Sherwin-Williams Co. "We supply all of their floor coverings -- carpets, vinyl flooring, tile and quality inte- rior paint. Country Life offers customers four standard carpets. The normal is only one. And the quality of their standards are considered upgrades by many builders. "The customers I come in contact with are as satisfied with their new homes as they are with the high-quality floor cover- ings we supply."  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