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34 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Continued from page 33 mended at this time for two very good reasons. Firstly, the low fire incidence rate there is less than that needed to justify a substation. This is attributed to good local fire prevention habits. Secondly, there are not sufficient permanent residents at Broadkill to staff the station. These are fn'e profession- al decisions and have no reflec- tion on Rep. Carey. A second letter to the News- Journal appeared three days later complaining that Rep. Carey is passive in his legislative work and can't keep up with the times. I am a 54-year part time resident of Broadkill Beach and we have never had a better representative. I know Rep. Carey well and have worked with him many times on local problems. The Milton/Broadldll region is grow- ing rapidly and Rep. Carey is knowledgeable and helpful in all aspects of our area and he deliv- ers what is needed. Both of the above mentioned letters demean Republican Rep. Carey while promoting his De- mocratic opponent by name. This appears to be an orchestrated par- tisan political tactic I am not a Republican and yet I completely support Rep. Carey's reelection because he has earned it.  Robert A. Conte St'. Wilmington Spicer has creative solutions on issues I attended the Candidate Forum at the Lewes Public Library and read with interest the Cape Gazette details of the Schwartzkopf vs. Spicer 14th Representative District report by Jim Cresson in the Oct.8 issue. The report failed to mention the situations when Spicer challenged Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, .2004 Schwartzkopfon his record and also when Spicer gave a creative approach to bring jobs to Sussex County. On his record, when an audi- ence member asked the stance on the minimum wage, Spicer stated she was present in Legislative Hall the morning Schwartzkopf directed that his name be re- moved from the bill which sup- ported raising the minimum wage and stated she would be very in- terested in hearing his explana- tion. By the way, is it just a coin- cidence that a representative from the business community that very same morning stated on WGMD that the business community would support Reps. Booth, Hocker and Adkins for their stance on the minimum wage, however could not support Rep. Schwartzkopf because he did not know where Schwartzkopf stood. Within a few hours, Schwartzkopf withdrew his sup- port. Also, Spicer stated that Schwartzkopf did not even sup- port his own neighbors in the Three Seasons Campground peti- tion with more than 400 signa- tures. Schwartzkopf supported the big developers while Spicer, who does not even live in the community, but supported their concept to have a voice, did sign their petition. And now I notice Schwartzkopf has big signs on all the land belonging to the biggest developers in the district. I, for one, am not comfortable being represented by someone with such strong support from the de- velopment community. Develop- -ers only support candidates they know will look out for their own interests. Furthermore, when audience member Rich Collins asked what could be done to enhance jobs since there was so much senti- ment to manage growth, Spicer suggested a novel approach link- ing the service people needed for We've turned the Page and it's.... A NEW Page in Time -Scrapbook Supplies- *New Owner * New Management * * New Hours * New Product* Wed- Sat 10am -6pm 1420 Highway One Tenley Court, Lewes (302) 644-9070 FREE goody bag with any $15 purchase! Umit one ooupon or goody bag per customer. No cash Value. Cannot be combined with any other sale or cmupcm! Expires 10117/04 I ......................................... . our communities and vacant jobs. Spicer stated that our communi- ties need service people such as police officers, firefighters, EMS personnel, nurses, teachers, etc., who could not afford to live in their communities, and she has a detailed plan which would pro- vide incentives for developers to sell new housing to these neces- sary service providers at , a dis- count, allowing them to live where they work. Sally Moser Lewes Carey has been an effective legislator Rep. V. George Carey is the best person the 36th District has ever had. I've been in practice for 26 years in Milton and lived in Milford and Prime Hook Beach. I commute to Milton every day and have been privileged to experi- ence the best of Sussex County over the years. I have seen George Carey in action serving coffee at the Lions' Club smorgasbord and sitting on the Bond Bill Commit tee. He loves and serves his con- stituents every day. He is the one who saved the dam and bridge on Mulberry Street by Norma's when no one else cared. He helped raise bond money for the theater and River Walk in Milford and Milton when all the naysayers were be- rating these projects. He supported the original for- mation of the Cape Henlopen School District's Sussex Consor- tium for autistic children. He was instrumental in raising funds for the Boys & Girls Club, the Veter- ans Home, Milford museum and Miltonlibrary. As a farmer and landowner, he has supported land preservation and works closely with DNREC to safeguard our en- vironment. George is not a reac- tionary but rather a seasoned vi- sionary with 20 years of experi- ence who researches each prob- lem and pursues rational solu- tions: George has been working for his constituents since 1984 and we want his experience in the House of Representatives for our family and patients for the next two years. Dr. Charles Wagner Patt Wagner RN Milton Bennett has guts to do what's best for Sussex Eastern Sussex County has been inundated with poorly planned growth for the past four years. Judson Bennett offers an alternative to what is happening. If you want to see your county paved over, then Vote for Lynn Rogers. If you want something differ- ent, someone who will say no to continuing, high-density, residen- tial planned communities, then vote for Judson Bennett. I support Judson Bennett because he has the guts to do what's best for the citizens who live here now, and not what's best for a bunch of de- velopers or people who want sec- ond homes. Robert Marshall Lewes OllglBIggglliil Sale Ilce q6,995   *8,995 2283 4x4 Sale It= q6,995 sail l'dc= .'11,005 Sale Price t26,995 Sail Paco '12,995 Sale Pine '14,995   MiPlr''l 5, A 02 CIRIILBI roilING rolA Sale rriico q11,995 Saio i'dco 20,995 Sale  =14,995 Sale rnce '15,995 8 yeao30,OOO-mile factor/Backed Powertrain wsrranty. 125-Poiflt inspection 3-moih/30,OOO-mile mamum care coveraoe Carfax report. 24-hour Roadside Assistance 02 TOYOlilriigOIA L rJiil T4473A 03"IrgIT CilOLL S T4785B T&T extra w/approved credit. All pdor sales & offers excluded. Intemet sales excluded. Not responsible for typographical errors. We guarantee Delaware & Maryland inspection. Sale ends 10/19/04. 34 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Continued from page 33 mended at this time for two very good reasons. Firstly, the low fire incidence rate there is less than that needed to justify a substation. This is attributed to good local fire prevention habits. Secondly, there are not sufficient permanent residents at Broadkill to staff the station. These are fn'e profession- al decisions and have no reflec- tion on Rep. Carey. A second letter to the News- Journal appeared three days later complaining that Rep. Carey is passive in his legislative work and can't keep up with the times. I am a 54-year part time resident of Broadkill Beach and we have never had a better representative. I know Rep. Carey well and have worked with him many times on local problems. The Milton/Broadldll region is grow- ing rapidly and Rep. Carey is knowledgeable and helpful in all aspects of our area and he deliv- ers what is needed. Both of the above mentioned letters demean Republican Rep. Carey while promoting his De- mocratic opponent by name. This appears to be an orchestrated par- tisan political tactic I am not a Republican and yet I completely ' support Rep. Carey's reelection because he has earned it.  Robert A. Conte St'. Wilmington Spicer has creative solutions on issues I attended the Candidate Forum at the Lewes Public Library and read with interest the Cape Gazette details of the Schwartzkopf vs. Spicer 14th Representative District report by Jim Cresson in the Oct.8 issue. The report failed to mention the situations when Spicer challenged Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, .2004 Schwartzkopfon his record and also when Spicer gave a creative approach to bring jobs to Sussex County. On his record, when an audi- ence member asked the stance on the minimum wage, Spicer stated she was present in Legislative Hall the morning Schwartzkopf directed that his name be re- moved from the bill which sup- ported raising the minimum wage and stated she would be very in- terested in hearing his explana- tion. By the way, is it just a coin- cidence that a representative from the business community that very same morning stated on WGMD that the business community would support Reps. Booth, Hocker and Adkins for their stance on the minimum wage, however could not support Rep. Schwartzkopf because he did not know where Schwartzkopf stood. Within a few hours, Schwartzkopf withdrew his sup- port. Also, Spicer stated that Schwartzkopf did not even sup- port his own neighbors in the Three Seasons Campground peti- tion with more than 400 signa- tures. Schwartzkopf supported the big developers while Spicer, who does not even live in the community, but supported their concept to have a voice, did sign their petition. And now I notice Schwartzkopf has big signs on all the land belonging to the biggest developers in the district. I, for one, am not comfortable being represented by someone with such strong support from the de- velopment community. Develop- -ers only support candidates they know will look out for their own interests. Furthermore, when audience member Rich Collins asked what could be done to enhance jobs since there was so much senti- ment to manage growth, Spicer suggested a novel approach link- ing the service people needed for We've turned the our communities and vacant jobs. Spicer stated that our communi- ties need service people such as police officers, firefighters, EMS personnel, nurses, teachers, etc., who could not afford to live in their communities, and she has a detailed plan which would pro- vide incentives for developers to sell new housing to these neces- sary service providers at , a dis- count, allowing them to live where they work. Sally Moser Lewes Carey has been an effective legislator Rep. V. George Carey is the best person the 36th District has ever had. I've been in practice for 26 years in Milton and lived in Milford and Prime Hook Beach. I commute to Milton every day and have been privileged to experi- ence the best of Sussex County over the years. I have seen George Carey in action serving coffee at the Lions' Club smorgasbord and sitting on the Bond Bill Commit- Page and it's. IBlllIIBR/cst mtmttm tee. He loves and serves his con- stituents every day. He is the one who saved the dam and bridge on Mulberry Street by Norma's when no one else cared. He helped raise bond money for the theater and River Walk in Milford and Milton when all the naysayers were be- rating these projects. He supported the original for- mation of the Cape Henlopen School District's Sussex Consor- tium for autistic children. He was instrumental in raising funds for the Boys & Girls Club, the Veter- ans Home, Milford museum and Miltonlibrary. As a farmer and landowner, he has supported land preservation and works closely with DNREC to safeguard our en- vironment. George is not a reac- tionary but rather a seasoned vi- sionary with 20 years of experi- ence who researches each prob- lem and pursues rational solu- House of Representatives for our family and patients for the next two years. Dr. Charles Wagner Patt Wagner RN Milton Bennett has guts to do what's best for Sussex Eastern Sussex County has been inundated with poorly planned growth for the past four years. Judson Bennett offers an alternative to what is happening. If you want to see your county paved over, then Vote for Lynn Rogers. If you want something differ- ent, someone who will say no to continuing, high-density, residen- tial planned communities, then vote for Judson Bennett. I support Judson Bennett because he has the guts to do what's best for the citizens who live here now, and not what's best for a bunch of de- ttons. George has been working for his constituents since 1984 and we want his experience in the velopers or people who want sec- ond homes. 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