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~tte Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 21 ~RINA ~phy with R E S T O R A T I O N S R U S S I A N I T E M S Meeting Continued from page 17 strategies for conserving and enhancing the significant re- sources associated with the route through the City of Lewes. The presentation will be the same at both meetings. The Corridor Management Plan is being developed to help preserve and enhance significant natural and historic resources - the marshes associated with Canary Creek, its historic roads, the striking views and features found along the Delaware Bay and Lewes-Rehoboth Canal, a downtown historic district listed on the National Register of His- toric Places, and a strong sense of place established by that rich historical fabric. All of these qualities help to shape the high quality of life in Lewes, as well as make it an in- teresting place to visit. Another goal of the Corridor Management Plan is to provide guidance to DelDOT in plan- ning efforts along the byway route. The plan can be used to guide the accommodation of future growth in travel demand using context-sensitive design standards increasing interest in bicycling and walking, as well as the ways to better manage the overall travel experience so visi- tors can spend less time in their cars and more time enjoying the natural and historic beauty the byway has to offer. Through the corridor planning process, Delaware Greenways and the City of Lewes hope to raise awareness about the spe- cial character of the roadway, promote stewardship of the cor- ridor's resources, and enhance and enrich the visitor experience through coordinated manage- ment of the routes. The Lewes Scenic and Historic Byway encompasses Kings High- way, New Road, Savannah Road, Pilottown Road, Cape Henlopen Drive and Gills Neck Road. In 2008, the roadways were success- fully nominated as a Delaware Scenic and Historic Highway, establishing their significant sce- nic, historic, natural, cultural and recreational qualities within the region and the state. These roadways serve as gateways into Lewes both from land and sea. preserving and enhancing Lew- provide comments to: Gail van The Corridor Management es' Byway roads, for managing Gilder, chair, Lewes Scenic and Plan is scheduled to be com- tourism, and to seek additional Historic Byway Committee, pleted by April 2015, and will funding opportunities. 302-540-2433, gailvangilder@ be submitted to the secretary The public is encouraged to or Klein, lead con- of transportation for approval, attend and provide input to the sulting planner for the corridor The byway will be added to state study team. management plan, 1-800-337-1370, maps and will serve as a tool for Those unable to attend may ._'~_ _ _~.. _ _'D_ _ ..--7. _ _~._ . IY7. _ .-" . All.Night Happy Hours.* qf 2ouj qf Half Price Burger Night is back.* And not just any burger, the famous and best -The Buttery Kobe Burger .qJ'u,, dqy., Wines from our Award-Winning Wine List HALF PRICE all day, lunch & dinner.* The Best Little Happy Hour at The Beach... well, you know where everybody is on Fridays between 5 and 7.* O t.u,dqy. Where Delaware celebrates (and falls in love) with dinner at The Buttery, still the most elegant, pampered and delicious.* , Ye ttio, /d'aadqy8 It's Steak and Cake night. Our famous crabcake served with a delectable petit filet, bistro style. A one-plate wonder at .......................... only $18.95.* with the Cape Region community. " and 5,i~ ' :ii IPll I I l ill