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CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, October 17 - Thursday, October 19, 2006 - 49 Continued from page 48 through Friday. All interested parties are invited to attend and comment on the applications. lf unable to attend the public hearing, written comments will be should have any questions, accepted at the Town Hall, please feel free to contact but must be received prior Robin Davis at (302) 684- to the public hearing. Said 4110. hearing may be adjourned without further notice. If you IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE IN AND FOR SUSSEX COUNTY Mark Avon and Candance Avon 4185 Lower Park Drive Fairfax, Virginia 22030, Plaintiffs, v. Sinial McLaughlin 17258 Queen Anne Way Lewes, Delaware 19958, Defendant. J.D. Page No. Term (Letter) NOTICE OF ENTRY OF JUDGMENT (Certified Mail-Return Receipt Requested) DATE:, 2006 TO: Ms. Sinial McLaughlin 17258 Queen Anne Way Lewes, Delaware 19958 P.OI Box144 Nassau, Delaware 19969 1. Plaintiff in the above-captioned matter intends to obtain court judgment against you in the Superior Court of the State of Delaware (based on the enclosed document) for the following amounts: Principal Amount: $3,687.42 Accrued Interest: 6% per annum Attorney Fees: $250.00 Plus interest and costs. 2. The Plaintiff alleges you have waived your rights to notice and hearing prior to the entry of this judgment against you. 3. The entry of this court judgment will result in a lien against all your real estate and the means, in default of payment, whereby the Sheriff can levy against your personal property and real estate and ultimately sell at public auction your personal property and real estate for credit against the debt. 4. In default of payment in appropriate cases the Sheriff may seize some portion of your wages for credit against the debt. 5. You may ,ppear in Superior Court, Sussex County Court House, The Circle - Georgetown, Delaware at 11:00 AM on Friday, November 3, 2006 at which time you may object to the entry of judgement and a hearing will be scheduled by the Court. At the hearing, the Plaintiff will be required to prove that you have effectively waived your rights to notice and a hearing prior to the entry of the judgment. 6. You are not required to appear but if you fail to do so judgment will be entered by default. Yours truly Joyce M. Collins Prothonotary NO WONDER PEOPLE THINK CARAVAGGIO IS A GUY ON THE SOPRANOS. ART. ASK FOR MORE. Resolution No.: 0906-01 Adopted: September 18, 2006 NOTICE THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF REHOBOTH BEACH ON SEPTEMBER 18, 2006, ADOPTED RESOLUTION NO. 0906-01 WHICH READS AS FOLLOWS: RESOLUTION TO CONTINUE THE PROCEEDINGS APPROVING THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $5,000,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OF THE CITY OF REHOBOTH BEACH, DELAWARE TO FINANCE CERTAIN IMPROVEMENTS TO THE CITY'S DRINKING WATER FACILITIES AND COSTS ASSOCIATED THEREWITH AND ESTABLISHING A SPECIAL ELECTION IN CONNECTION THEREWITH WHEREAS, the Commissioners of the City, pursuant to Section 40, Chapter 197, Volume 54 of the Laws of Delaware, as amended (the "City Charter") adopted on August 21, 2006 a Resolution (the "August 21. 2006 Resolution") proposing to borrow up to $5,000,000 principal amount of general obligation bonds or notes for the purpose of financing certain improvements to the City's drinking water facilities and certain costs associated therewith as more particularly described in the August 21,2006 Resolution and below (the "t") and established that a public hearing pursuant to the requirements of the City Charter be held on September 18, 2006; and WHEREAS, notice of such public hearing was duly published and posted in accordance with the City Charter; and WHEREAS, the public hearing was duly conducted by the Commissioners during its meeting on September 18, 2006 and all interested parties were given an opportunity to be heard; and WHEREAS, having heard and considered comments on the Project and the proposed borrowing therefore at the public hearing, the Commissioners now wish to continue with the proceedings with respect to the borrowing of up to $5,000,000 maximum principal amount general obligation bonds of the City for the Project and direct that such borrowing be submitted to the electors of the City by a special election to be held on Saturday, October 21, 2006 at the City Municipal Building, 229 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Commissioners of the City, as follows: transfer pumps, new granular activated carbon filters, new vertical turbine high lift pumps, a new chemical feed system (including storage tanks and addition of chlorine, caustic, polyphosphate, and fluoride), new electrical equipment (including control panels, emergency generator and transfer switch), a new transmission water main, and associated piping and mechanical items, site work (including fencing and backwash pond), and all miscellaneous related work; (ii) the retrofitting of Wells 6, 7, and 8 with fluoridation equipment (with all equipment for Wells 6 and 8 being installed inside of the existing buildings at Wells 6 and 8 and a new building addition to be constructed at Well 7 for such equipment), and (iii) the costs of issuing the Bonds (collectively, the ""). (c) Manner of Securing the Bonds: The full faith and credit of the City shall be pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds. - (d) Compliance with Section 40(q) of the City Charter: The amount of the Bonds, if issued, together with the outstanding amount of all other bonds, notes and obligations of the City issued pursuant to Section 40 of the City Charter does not exceed 25% of the total assessed valuation of all real property situate within the corporate limits of the City and subject to assessment' for the purpose of levying the annual tax as provided in the City Charter. (e) Other Facts Deemed Pertinent to the Commissioners: The City currently anticipates selling the Bonds in a private, negotiated sale(s) to the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services Division of Public Health through a loan under the Delaware Safe Drinking Revolving Fund. 1. Acting pursuant to Section 40 of the City Charter, in furtherance of the August 21, 2006 Resolution, and after a public headng held by the Commissioners of the City of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware (the "City") on September 18, 2006, the Commissioners of the City hereby determine to continue with the proceedings under the City Charter with respect to the borrowing of an amount of money, not to exceed $5,000,000, to fund, in part, the below described Project: (a). Maximum Principal Amount of Bonds: $5,000,000 (b) Purpose of Bond Issue: To finance certain improvements to the City's drinking water facilities including, but not limited to: (i) the design, construction and equipping of an upgrade to the City's Lynch Water Treatment Facility consisting of the demolition of the existing facility and related buildings, a new 4,780 square foot water treatment building (with entrance drive, parking area, control room, laboratory, chemical storage area), two new off- site wells, one new on-site well, abandonment of two existing on-site wells, new. submersible pumps, new raw water mains, new air stripper towers, new clear wells, new vertical turbine I 2. The Commissioners hereby ratify their finding that the Project is a proper municipal purpose for which Bonds can be issued pursuant to Section 40 (c) of the City Charter. 3. The Commissieners of the City hereby direct that the proposed borrowing be submitted to electors of the City of Rehoboth Beach by special election pursuant to the requirements of Section 40(f) of the City Charter, to be held on Saturday, October 21, 2006 at the City Municipal Building, 229 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware between the hours of 10:00 am and 6:00 p.m. as required by Section 40(I) .of the City Charter. The Commissioners hereby direct that the special election be conducted by voting machine. The Commissioners hereby direct that notice of such special election be published and posted as required by the City Charter. The Commissioners hereby direct the Mayor to appoint a Board of Special Election as required by Section 40(k) of the City Charter to conduct and oversee the Special Election. 5. This Resolution shall be effective immediately upon its adoption by the Commissioners. I I CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, October 17 - Thursday, October 19, 2006 - 49 Continued from page 48 through Friday. All interested parties are invited to attend and comment on the applications. lf unable to attend the public hearing, written comments will be should have any questions, accepted at the Town Hall, please feel free to contact but must be received prior Robin Davis at (302) 684- to the public hearing. Said 4110. hearing may be adjourned without further notice. If you IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE IN AND FOR SUSSEX COUNTY Mark Avon and Candance Avon 4185 Lower Park Drive Fairfax, Virginia 22030, Plaintiffs, v. Sinial McLaughlin 17258 Queen Anne Way Lewes, Delaware 19958, Defendant. J.D. Page No. Term (Letter) NOTICE OF ENTRY OF JUDGMENT (Certified Mail-Return Receipt Requested) DATE:, 2006 TO: Ms. Sinial McLaughlin 17258 Queen Anne Way Lewes, Delaware 19958 P.OI Box144 Nassau, Delaware 19969 1. Plaintiff in the above-captioned matter intends to obtain court judgment against you in the Superior Court of the State of Delaware (based on the enclosed document) for the following amounts: Principal Amount: $3,687.42 Accrued Interest: 6% per annum Attorney Fees: $250.00 Plus interest and costs. 2. The Plaintiff alleges you have waived your rights to notice and hearing prior to the entry of this judgment against you. 3. The entry of this court judgment will result in a lien against all your real estate and the means, in default of payment, whereby the Sheriff can levy against your personal property and real estate and ultimately sell at public auction your personal property and real estate for credit against the debt. 4. In default of payment in appropriate cases the Sheriff may seize some portion of your wages for credit against the debt. 5. You may ,ppear in Superior Court, Sussex County Court House, The Circle - Georgetown, Delaware at 11:00 AM on Friday, November 3, 2006 at which time you may object to the entry of judgement and a hearing will be scheduled by the Court. At the hearing, the Plaintiff will be required to prove that you have effectively waived your rights to notice and a hearing prior to the entry of the judgment. 6. You are not required to appear but if you fail to do so judgment will be entered by default. Yours truly Joyce M. Collins Prothonotary NO WONDER PEOPLE THINK CARAVAGGIO IS A GUY ON THE SOPRANOS. ART. ASK FOR MORE. Resolution No.: 0906-01 Adopted: September 18, 2006 NOTICE THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF REHOBOTH BEACH ON SEPTEMBER 18, 2006, ADOPTED RESOLUTION NO. 0906-01 WHICH READS AS FOLLOWS: RESOLUTION TO CONTINUE THE PROCEEDINGS APPROVING THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $5,000,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OF THE CITY OF REHOBOTH BEACH, DELAWARE TO FINANCE CERTAIN IMPROVEMENTS TO THE CITY'S DRINKING WATER FACILITIES AND COSTS ASSOCIATED THEREWITH AND ESTABLISHING A SPECIAL ELECTION IN CONNECTION THEREWITH WHEREAS, the Commissioners of the City, pursuant to Section 40, Chapter 197, Volume 54 of the Laws of Delaware, as amended (the "City Charter") adopted on August 21, 2006 a Resolution (the "August 21. 2006 Resolution") proposing to borrow up to $5,000,000 principal amount of general obligation bonds or notes for the purpose of financing certain improvements to the City's drinking water facilities and certain costs associated therewith as more particularly described in the August 21,2006 Resolution and below (the "t") and established that a public hearing pursuant to the requirements of the City Charter be held on September 18, 2006; and WHEREAS, notice of such public hearing was duly published and posted in accordance with the City Charter; and WHEREAS, the public hearing was duly conducted by the Commissioners during its meeting on September 18, 2006 and all interested parties were given an opportunity to be heard; and WHEREAS, having heard and considered comments on the Project and the proposed borrowing therefore at the public hearing, the Commissioners now wish to continue with the proceedings with respect to the borrowing of up to $5,000,000 maximum principal amount general obligation bonds of the City for the Project and direct that such borrowing be submitted to the electors of the City by a special election to be held on Saturday, October 21, 2006 at the City Municipal Building, 229 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Commissioners of the City, as follows: transfer pumps, new granular activated carbon filters, new vertical turbine high lift pumps, a new chemical feed system (including storage tanks and addition of chlorine, caustic, polyphosphate, and fluoride), new electrical equipment (including control panels, emergency generator and transfer switch), a new transmission water main, and associated piping and mechanical items, site work (including fencing and backwash pond), and all miscellaneous related work; (ii) the retrofitting of Wells 6, 7, and 8 with fluoridation equipment (with all equipment for Wells 6 and 8 being installed inside of the existing buildings at Wells 6 and 8 and a new building addition to be constructed at Well 7 for such equipment), and (iii) the costs of issuing the Bonds (collectively, the ""). (c) Manner of Securing the Bonds: The full faith and credit of the City shall be pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds. - (d) Compliance with Section 40(q) of the City Charter: The amount of the Bonds, if issued, together with the outstanding amount of all other bonds, notes and obligations of the City issued pursuant to Section 40 of the City Charter does not exceed 25% of the total assessed valuation of all real property situate within the corporate limits of the City and subject to assessment' for the purpose of levying the annual tax as provided in the City Charter. (e) Other Facts Deemed Pertinent to the Commissioners: The City currently anticipates selling the Bonds in a private, negotiated sale(s) to the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services Division of Public Health through a loan under the Delaware Safe Drinking Revolving Fund. 1. Acting pursuant to Section 40 of the City Charter, in furtherance of the August 21, 2006 Resolution, and after a public headng held by the Commissioners of the City of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware (the "City") on September 18, 2006, the Commissioners of the City hereby determine to continue with the proceedings under the City Charter with respect to the borrowing of an amount of money, not to exceed $5,000,000, to fund, in part, the below described Project: (a). Maximum Principal Amount of Bonds: $5,000,000 (b) Purpose of Bond Issue: To finance certain improvements to the City's drinking water facilities including, but not limited to: (i) the design, construction and equipping of an upgrade to the City's Lynch Water Treatment Facility consisting of the demolition of the existing facility and related buildings, a new 4,780 square foot water treatment building (with entrance drive, parking area, control room, laboratory, chemical storage area), two new off- site wells, one new on-site well, abandonment of two existing on-site wells, new. submersible pumps, new raw water mains, new air stripper towers, new clear wells, new vertical turbine I 2. The Commissioners hereby ratify their finding that the Project is a proper municipal purpose for which Bonds can be issued pursuant to Section 40 (c) of the City Charter. 3. The Commissieners of the City hereby direct that the proposed borrowing be submitted to electors of the City of Rehoboth Beach by special election pursuant to the requirements of Section 40(f) of the City Charter, to be held on Saturday, October 21, 2006 at the City Municipal Building, 229 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware between the hours of 10:00 am and 6:00 p.m. as required by Section 40(I) .of the City Charter. The Commissioners hereby direct that the special election be conducted by voting machine. The Commissioners hereby direct that notice of such special election be published and posted as required by the City Charter. The Commissioners hereby direct the Mayor to appoint a Board of Special Election as required by Section 40(k) of the City Charter to conduct and oversee the Special Election. 5. This Resolution shall be effective immediately upon its adoption by the Commissioners. I I