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Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 23 Milton Continued from page 22 a one-week period," Kost said. "From what I understood from the town's engineer, the poten- tial for vibration damage in the nearby homes is very minimal, if any.... $47,000 is a significant sum of money." Council elected to pursue the more expensive option to avoid disrupting neighbors H.O. Brit- tingham Elementary School and Shipbuilder's Village. The entire construction project, which in- cludes a new foundation and relocation of the water tower, is expected to be completed within 90 days. Driving piles for the founda- tion will take about one week, the bid estimated. Council members also consid- ered the possible risk of further damage to the foundation caused by driving timber piles in de- ciding on the more expensive option. "Until you start driving that first pile, I don't think there's any engineer that would say there's no potential for a problem," Sav- age said. TOWN OFFICIALS say cracks in the foundation of the Shipbuilder's Village were found about three years ago. FILE PHOTO water tower behind Briefly )) Cape Gazette posts early deadlines The Cape Gazette has posted early deadlines for the Friday, Nov. 28, and Tuesday, Dec. 2 editions. The retail advertising deadline for the Nov. 28 edition is noon, Monday, Nov. 24, which is also the deadline to submit news releases. The classified advertis- ing deadline is noon, Tuesday, Nov. 25. The retail advertising deadline for the Tuesday, Dec. 2 edition is noon, Wednesday, Nov. 26, as is the deadline for news releases. The classified advertis- ing deadline is noon, Wednesday, Nov. 26. Cape Gazette offices will be officially closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 27-28, in Observance of Thanksgiving. I U i with our pull-out shelves. Perfect for: Kitchens Closets Pantries Bathrooms Custom made for your existing cabinets. Starting at organizationinnovations.corn Once the new foundation is completed, the Water tower will be moved by crane and will be offline for about one week, Sav- age said. Although town council voted to accept Corrosion Control Corp.'s bid for the project, the company will not receive a no- tice to proceed with the work until an engineer firm is selected for inspection during construc- tion. Council did not discuss a dead- line for selecting an inspector. Order Your Holiday/ Fresh Free-Range Turke j PARTY TRAYg o FRERR MEAT & gEAFOOD o AND MORE Call for a Full List o[ our gelectkms IMIP I OQ _n IFIIIPml .3E I seafOod a Me, t. ,-. 302',86q.SOql FRIDAY 8:30 PM A blend of original and classic Americana music. Be prepared to dance.. SATURDAY 8:30 PM ,THREE SHEETI An acoustic guitar trio that presents classic tunes from the /Os to the '90s. FRIDAY 8:30 PM Once you've heard her, you are forever changed* by the way she makes your heart feeL SATURDAY 8:30 PM i Members of the Love Seed Mama Jump crew do their own version of classics and today's tunes. 18385 Coastal Hwy 302-644-2500