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CAPE LIFE FIELD HOCKEY EXHIBIT Milton welcomes Bernheimer is state Small gems to shine CHEER Center Ps9 player of the year P96 at Jewels show p75 capegazette.com Delaware's Cape Region FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 0 CHRISTMAS TREE, 0 CHRISTMAS TREE HOLIDAY CENTERPIECE NOW IN PLACE RON MACARTHURPHOTOS THE NEW 40-FOOT Rehoboth Beach Main Street Christmas tree is moved into place for the holiday near the Bandstand. A team of volunteers cut down the tree Nov. 19 and trans- ported it from Plantation Road to downtown Rehoboth Beach. The annual tree-lighting ceremony is scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 28. See story and more photos on page 17. One-way traffic plan proposed for Baltimore, Wilmington avenues By Rya. Mavity ryanm@capegazette.com Rehoboth Beach officials say deliveries to city businesses create traffic hazards on two city streets. To relieve congestion, they are proposing one-way traffic for the second blocks of Balti- more and Wilmington avenues. That idea was presented at a Nov. 17 meeting held by Rehoboth Beach Main Street. Also dis- Continued on page 12 SHRED FEST Skate the Cape draws regional boarders P66 OUTDOORS SUMMIT Markell: Paths are good for health, economy p4 BAYHEALTH $250 million medical campus set for 2018 p14 Builder offers to reassemble Mulberry Street property By Nick Roth nickroth@capegazette.com The owners of a historic Lewes home who were denied demolition in October have ap- proached the Lewes Historic Preservation Commission with a new plan: Applicants Ro- Continued on page 16 COASTLINE Residents: Replenishment brings danger to beaches p18 DEWEY BEACH Dispute arises over flood-loss ordinance P21 INDEX Arts & Entertainment75 Business & Real Estate 37 Community Calendar 90 Cape Life 59 Classifieds 101 Obituaries 26 School & Education 94 Sports & Outdoors "The price of liberty is eternal vigilance."