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Ii K CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 41 Ocean Atlantic to host open house Nov. 20 at new Rehoboth offices Ocean Atlantic Agency (OAA) is hosting an open house for the community from 3 to 5 p.m., Sat- urday, Nov. 20, at its new down- town sales office located at 330 Rehoboth Avenue. Early evening hors d'oeurves and cocktails will be available as will tours through the completely remodeled interior. Tidewater Mortgage Services and Cap Title, located in the same building, are also participating in the open house activities that af- ternoon. All three businesses are thrilled to be settling in and excited to be a part of the thriving downtown Rehoboth Beach atmosphere. This new Ocean Atlantic office currently houses 25 sales agents and an administrative/managerial staff of seven. Plans are in the works to in- Verizon updates call-switching center in Millsboro area Verizon customers in the Mills- boro area of Sussex County now have improved communications as the result of a $1.1 million in- vestment the company has made in its call-switching center here. Verizon has nearly doubled the size of its Washington Street fa- cility to make room for new pow- er, heating and air-conditioning equipment that will increase the reliability of the Verizon telecom- munications network. The com- pany also plans to install ad- vanced network equipment to in- crease the capacity of its Mills- boro facility. "Because of Verizon's invest- ment in Delawaxe, an advanced broadband, fiber-optic network now serves every corner of the state from Rockland to Re- hoboth," said Joshua W. Martin III, president of Verizon Delaware. "The ability to build, enhance and maintain complex networks is at the very heart of our busi- ness. Verizon has played a key role in Delaware's economic develop- ment for more than a century. We intend to be a part of Delaware's telecommunications future in the 21st century and beyond." Martin said Verizon's commit- ment to improve Delaware's telecommunications infrastruc- ture includes the investment of nearly $600 million in the compa- ny's Delaware network since 1995; a 15 percent increase in fiber deployment in the state - from 119,464 fiber miles at the Wilmington architectural firm merges Jag Deshpande Associates, a full-service architectural firm based in Wilhaington, has merged with Vollmer Associates LLP, a major engi- neering, architecture, landscape architecture, planning and survey lrLrrn, with 19 offices throughout the northeast. Jag Deshpande Associates' operations will be integrated into Vollmer Associates' architectural practices. Deshpande's recent projects include the Embassy Suites Ho- tel in Newark; the Cigna Office Building in Claymont; and the Ketlay Plaza Medical Office Building in Middletown. Manuel, Dennis, to4nntal bookings ResortQuest Realty rntly.7tmounced !?,.!ntal representative assandra Manuel was  company's top rental representative for the month of October, In S( rental representative Lois Dennis posted the company's highest nmnber of rental bookings for the month. Since the early 1970s, ResortQuest Realty, located in the Market- place at Sea Colony Shopping Center, has been offering comprehensive real estate sales, vacation rental and property management services throughout Delaware's Quiet Resorts. end of the end of September 2002 to 137,742 at the end of Septem- ber 2003; and deployment of nearly 400 SONET (synchronous optical network) rings in Veri- zon's Delaware network. SONET rings provide multiple routes for high-speed voice and data services and are self-healing, automatically rerouting telecom- munications transmissions in the event of a service disruption. "Verizon is the only telecom- munications company committed to significant investment in Delaware's future," Martin said. "Verizon's Delaware network is open to residents and businesses as well as our competitors. We welcome competition in the local marketplace, and any company that sincerely wants to compete here can do so." LARGE CORNER LOT Large corner lot three bedrooms two baths, handicap accessible. Sunroom, storage shed/workshop, won- derful home in great condition. Enjoy the beach, shopping and night life all just minutes from your front door. You don't have to spend a fortune to have a home at the beach!! NO LOT RENT UNTIL 2006 ! ! ! ! ! Asking $89,500. CALL  317 Rehoboth Avenue HARRY  Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 WOODING a02-684-a06s Direct Line CRS, GRI, ABR 800-637-2771 Toll Free 302-227-4800 Main Office .,.,,  www.harrywooding.com crease the number of agents to 35 by spring 2005. OAA has already hired six real estate professionals within the past two months. "We are proud to welcome Brad Riedle, Val Tolson, Kim Harner, Trina Kelly, Steve Overturf and Jeffrey Fowler to the OAA team and are delighted with the excep- tionally high level of real estate acumen and customer service skills demonstrated by each of them," says Justin Healy, OAA's broker. "This new office allows us to serve all of our clients' real estate needs -.whether they are search- ing for a condominium or a water- front single family home, we can continue to provide them with great service and selection in a new, comfortable, and convenient location." BOINES BEACH HOMES, INC. 276 HIGHWAY ONE, LEWES, DE 19958 Phone: 302-644-7333, Toll Free: 800-669-6263 Visit us at: www.boinesbeachhomes.com Email: boines@ce.net Specializing in Apex Custom Modular Homes I, SYSTEM BUILT TECHNOLOGY BY ('..-/.r .o..es" .... Starting at $479,000 Over 3000 Square Feet Over looking Canal on Rehoboth Ave. 4 & 5 Bedrooms 4 Full Baths Maintenance Free Exterior Call 1-302-226-5758 Call Bruce Vavala, Kevin O'Connor or Sherry Baker Today! iP/'/  317 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach 227-4800 @ Ii K CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 41 Ocean Atlantic to host open house Nov. 20 at new Rehoboth offices Ocean Atlantic Agency (OAA) is hosting an open house for the community from 3 to 5 p.m., Sat- urday, Nov. 20, at its new down- town sales office located at 330 Rehoboth Avenue. Early evening hors d'oeurves and cocktails will be available as will tours through the completely remodeled interior. Tidewater Mortgage Services and Cap Title, located in the same building, are also participating in the open house activities that af- ternoon. All three businesses are thrilled to be settling in and excited to be a part of the thriving downtown Rehoboth Beach atmosphere. This new Ocean Atlantic office currently houses 25 sales agents and an administrative/managerial staff of seven. Plans are in the works to in- Verizon updates call-switching center in Millsboro area Verizon customers in the Mills- boro area of Sussex County now have improved communications as the result of a $1.1 million in- vestment the company has made in its call-switching center here. Verizon has nearly doubled the size of its Washington Street fa- cility to make room for new pow- er, heating and air-conditioning equipment that will increase the reliability of the Verizon telecom- munications network. The com- pany also plans to install ad- vanced network equipment to in- crease the capacity of its Mills- boro facility. "Because of Verizon's invest- ment in Delawaxe, an advanced broadband, fiber-optic network now serves every corner of the state from Rockland to Re- hoboth," said Joshua W. Martin III, president of Verizon Delaware. "The ability to build, enhance and maintain complex networks is at the very heart of our busi- ness. Verizon has played a key role in Delaware's economic develop- ment for more than a century. We intend to be a part of Delaware's telecommunications future in the 21st century and beyond." Martin said Verizon's commit- ment to improve Delaware's telecommunications infrastruc- ture includes the investment of nearly $600 million in the compa- ny's Delaware network since 1995; a 15 percent increase in fiber deployment in the state - from 119,464 fiber miles at the Wilmington architectural firm merges Jag Deshpande Associates, a full-service architectural firm based in Wilhaington, has merged with Vollmer Associates LLP, a major engi- neering, architecture, landscape architecture, planning and survey lrLrrn, with 19 offices throughout the northeast. Jag Deshpande Associates' operations will be integrated into Vollmer Associates' architectural practices. Deshpande's recent projects include the Embassy Suites Ho- tel in Newark; the Cigna Office Building in Claymont; and the Ketlay Plaza Medical Office Building in Middletown. Manuel, Dennis, to4nntal bookings ResortQuest Realty rntly.7tmounced !?,.!ntal representative assandra Manuel was  company's top rental representative for the month of October, In S( rental representative Lois Dennis posted the company's highest nmnber of rental bookings for the month. Since the early 1970s, ResortQuest Realty, located in the Market- place at Sea Colony Shopping Center, has been offering comprehensive real estate sales, vacation rental and property management services throughout Delaware's Quiet Resorts. end of the end of September 2002 to 137,742 at the end of Septem- ber 2003; and deployment of nearly 400 SONET (synchronous optical network) rings in Veri- zon's Delaware network. SONET rings provide multiple routes for high-speed voice and data services and are self-healing, automatically rerouting telecom- munications transmissions in the event of a service disruption. "Verizon is the only telecom- munications company committed to significant investment in Delaware's future," Martin said. "Verizon's Delaware network is open to residents and businesses as well as our competitors. We welcome competition in the local marketplace, and any company that sincerely wants to compete here can do so." LARGE CORNER LOT Large corner lot three bedrooms two baths, handicap accessible. Sunroom, storage shed/workshop, won- derful home in great condition. Enjoy the beach, shopping and night life all just minutes from your front door. You don't have to spend a fortune to have a home at the beach!! NO LOT RENT UNTIL 2006 ! ! ! ! ! Asking $89,500. CALL  317 Rehoboth Avenue HARRY  Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 WOODING a02-684-a06s Direct Line CRS, GRI, ABR 800-637-2771 Toll Free 302-227-4800 Main Office .,.,,  www.harrywooding.com crease the number of agents to 35 by spring 2005. OAA has already hired six real estate professionals within the past two months. "We are proud to welcome Brad Riedle, Val Tolson, Kim Harner, Trina Kelly, Steve Overturf and Jeffrey Fowler to the OAA team and are delighted with the excep- tionally high level of real estate acumen and customer service skills demonstrated by each of them," says Justin Healy, OAA's broker. "This new office allows us to serve all of our clients' real estate needs -.whether they are search- ing for a condominium or a water- front single family home, we can continue to provide them with great service and selection in a new, comfortable, and convenient location." BOINES BEACH HOMES, INC. 276 HIGHWAY ONE, LEWES, DE 19958 Phone: 302-644-7333, Toll Free: 800-669-6263 Visit us at: www.boinesbeachhomes.com Email: boines@ce.net Specializing in Apex Custom Modular Homes I, SYSTEM BUILT TECHNOLOGY BY ('..-/.r .o..es" .... Starting at $479,000 Over 3000 Square Feet Over looking Canal on Rehoboth Ave. 4 & 5 Bedrooms 4 Full Baths Maintenance Free Exterior Call 1-302-226-5758 Call Bruce Vavala, Kevin O'Connor or Sherry Baker Today! iP/'/  317 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach 227-4800 @