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10 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 - THURSDAY, OCT Briefly )) sou00 near Rehoboth police thre, proa arrest teen for robbery o Rehoboth Beach police arrest- and t ed a 16=year-old Milton male tim iJ shortly after 9 p.m., Saturday, The Sept. 26, after an 18-year-old theb male was robbed. Det. Kevin led In Jones said the victim was walk- "then ing on the beach toward the Jor Budget The cres are sl Continued from page I To transfer taxes and building per- in ftu mit fees, two areas that have PanY been hit hard by a slowdown in anytt home sales and new construc- ordo tion., not s Simpler said the city's ambu- firefi lance supply grant, which comes ties L from the county, is still in decent gear, shape because the funding is es. based on the number of runs per "It district. Because Rehoboth goes spon on more runs than other towns our tq in the region, the city gets more De money, the c The economic downturn has with also affected fundraising and do- a nev nations, which are 22 percent The less than budgeted, Simpler said. prow Burton Continued from page 8 tecto Sh for a fundi dolla Gary Simpson, R-Milford, and lage. House Majority Leader Rep. Pete "h Schwartzkopf,, D-Rehoboth $400 Beach, to make sure the develop- heate ment was staying put. them "We are not selling the proper- we s ty. In fact, we're putting federal Hard stimulus funds into the develop- Bt ment," said Delaware State ed in Housing Director Anas Ben Ad- ing a di. "V Christina Hardin, chief of but v community relations for the ertv." state housing authority, said dr: when Congress in February becal passed the American Recovery come and Reinvestment Act, the hous- Susse ing authority received $13,000 to court replace and upgrade smoke de- consi )BER I, 2009 ern end of the Board Philadelphia Street, w black male juveniles hed him. . of them asked a quest ten someone struck the the face with a dosed ictim tried to run awa3 ;ach, but the suspects t m. They stole his wa led down the Boardwal s said one of the resp( :ompany anticipated .'s, he said, but the numl 11 lower than projected, aelp deal with the decrt ding, Simpler said the c mta freeze on spendin[ hag that hasn't already 1: d. He said the compat rimming back at all ir ting and ambulance at is holding back on s( adios and training exp s never affected our es," Simpler said. "TL p priority." pite the economic iss' )mpany is moving for ts capital campaign to b Station 2 on Airport Rq ompany has stated the ments will better aco s in Burton Village. also said officials app second round of fe& ag - nearly half a miE s - slated for Burton 've requested ab 300 to replace hot w; and refrigerators to [] more energy efficient. ill have not heard," a. ton Village was not in( a Thursday, Sept. 24 fu rard, said Hardin. '. don't know that it will are not selling that pl he said. nke said she was relie se affordable and low housing remains scaro County. "That sounds ging because that lan lered very valuable. T NEWS talk ing officers caught one of the hen suspects, and the victim positive- ap- ly identified him as one of the as- sailants. The other two remain ion, at large, but Jones said he antici- vic- pates making another arrest tst. soon. The Milton teen was on charged with second-degree rob- (ck- bery, third-degree assault, tres- Ilet, passing and second-degree con- . spirac3 He was later turned over nd- to the custody of his mother. de- modate firefighters coming from )ers out of town. The current Station 2 is a former airplane hangar '.ase from the old Rehoboth Airport. )m- Simpler said the company has al- :for ready raised $60,000 to 70,000, een but now intends to kick the carn- y is paign into high gear. its Firefighters with the company du- are all volunteers, with eight paid pme positions for emergency medical 'ns- technicians. Simpler said he is optimistic the company will not re- have to dip into its savings this at's year, but he does anticipate pos- sibly having to dip into it for ms, $200,000 to $250,000 next year if ard funding does'not improve. aild 'We're not 100 percent poor," )ad. he said. "We want to make sure im- when the trend turns around, )m- we'll turn around as well." what the state wanted to do a Jed couple of years ago," said '.ral Granke. "We need to protect the ion affordable housing that we have riL- left." )ut tter ake 3ut, aid ud- nd- be, op- d -m- in en- 1 is at's l Nedern IMhmitlve ommpmrl FelkArt &mcbmere. Law gives discretion on school expulsions House Bill 120 gives school boards discretion to modify terms of mandatory expulsions regarding deadly weapons, said Cape Superintendent George Stone during the Thursday, Sept. 24 school board meeting. He said the law allows reason- able judgment and comes from an incident in the Christina School District in which a stu- Cape Gazette dent was ex- pelled for hringing n cake knife to school. Board member Gary Wray said the law allows for common- sense judg- ments. He Gary Wray thanked local legistltors for their work on the measure. 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