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14 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Maggie Beet-- photo Jeff Haslow, owner of the Frogg Pond restaurant and bar at 3 South First St. is trying to expand the restaurant into the adjacent building, to the left, which was formerly occupied by a Laundromat. Frogg Pond expansion on hold for violations By Maggie Beetz Plans to expand the Frogg Pond into an adjacent building hit a snag Nov. 15 when building in- spector David Murphy told city commissioners that the restau- rant's plans would violate the city's zoning code. Winnie Kee, the builder hired for the expansion and who repre- sented owner Jeff Haslow before the Rehoboth Beach commission- ers, asked them to table the appli- cation. Hastow wants to expand the Frogg Pond at 3 S. First St. in downtown Rehoboth Beach into the aljacent building, formerly occupied by a Laundromat. Haslow was out of town the night of the preliminary review of his application on Monday. According to the code, the bar Continued on page 15 IllI] .... ]-]- .... ],7]imUlEIIIiilIIIIlIlimlHmTillIITr ' i1 I T - lnlllll]iFl 1 -r- ]11 IITII rrllrlllllll]7liHmN'rT-tr ..... l ....... R'F]]TTTTFT ' 14 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Maggie Beet-- photo Jeff Haslow, owner of the Frogg Pond restaurant and bar at 3 South First St. is trying to expand the restaurant into the adjacent building, to the left, which was formerly occupied by a Laundromat. Frogg Pond expansion on hold for violations By Maggie Beetz Plans to expand the Frogg Pond into an adjacent building hit a snag Nov. 15 when building in- spector David Murphy told city commissioners that the restau- rant's plans would violate the city's zoning code. Winnie Kee, the builder hired for the expansion and who repre- sented owner Jeff Haslow before the Rehoboth Beach commission- ers, asked them to table the appli- cation. Hastow wants to expand the Frogg Pond at 3 S. First St. in downtown Rehoboth Beach into the aljacent building, formerly occupied by a Laundromat. Haslow was out of town the night of the preliminary review of his application on Monday. According to the code, the bar Continued on page 15 IllI] .... ]-]- .... ],7]imUlEIIIiilIIIIlIlimlHmTillIITr ' i1 I T - lnlllll]iFl 1 -r- ]11 IITII rrllrlllllll]7liHmN'rT-tr ..... l ....... R'F]]TTTTFT '