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22 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 27 - December 3, 1998 Sussex takes first step to pull state park sewerage from inlet By Michaellrort .............. -'i 'te discharge is near a busy fish- Sussex County has taken the ing and swimming area, but it is first steps to removing the sewer  considered to be of minimal envi- discharge at Indian River Inlet - an often controversial discharge from Delaware Seashore State Park. Money was allocated, a total of $500,000, in this year's state bond bill to remove the state sewer dis- charge and connect the sewage plant, which services the state park campground property, to the county's South Coastal treatment plant. Sussex County Council ap- proved approximately $49,000 for the design phase, the first step to removing the sewer discharge, when it met on Tuesday, Nov. 17. Ultimately, the discharge will be stopped and the sewer plant will be connected to the county plant, which discharges to a point approximately one mile offshore. While that may not be ideal, it has been less controversial than the discharge at Indian River Inlet. : ronmental impact. Far smaller than most inland bays discharges, this particular discharge is only on the powerful outgoing tide. Former Department of Natural Resources and Envi- ronmental Control (DNREC) Di- rector of Water Resources Gerard Esposito said the discharge proba- bly was less damaging than other inland bays discharges, like the sewer outfalls of Miilsboro and Rehoboth Beach, be- cause the out- going tide probably car- ried the pollu- tion out tO the open sea. But offi- cials ranging COLE from Coun- cilman George Cole to Sen. GeorgeBunting, D-Bethany Beach, and Rep. John Schroeder, D-Lewes, have called for it to end because they said the state had an obligation to set a good example. - ' "Good, good," Cole said when county council approved the spending. Schroeder has been pushing hard to remove such point-source discharges from the inland bays and he was also delighted to hear the news. "I think that everyone rec- ognizes that this is a state- run discharge and the state has an obliga- tion to lead by example and cease SCHROEDER any addition- al discharge into the inland bays. I am very glad we are moving for- ward...but it is only a first step," according to Schroeder. B.ethany-Fenwick chamber, Del]300OT forge relationship to address traffic By Michael Short Kori Wisniewski is tired of re- acting. The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce met with Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) Secre- tary Anne Canby to discuss trans- portation issues on Nov. 19 - espe- cially changes to Route 26. Wisniewski is the executive di- rector of the chamber and she said it's about time the chamber stopped waiting and reacting. "For years the chamber reacted...but we realize how valuable our treasure [our resort area] is," she said. "Our membe(shjp is our business-" tive." es. We are here to get a job done , Wisniewski said that the effort for them. And the beSt way that I to b e proactive is a good approach see to get a job done is to be i:that other chambers may want to proactive." : ' try. Otler key issues for the cham- She said that DelDOT reslond- ber. are emergency evacuation of ed positively to the Chamber's " residents in case of hurricane, outreach and that she feels a dia- Route 54,-possible public transit logue has begun between the state .for:Route 26 and a new citizens and the chamber : . ....  advisory group. "EvEn though we "One of the most crucia|4"Ues i.are a chamber, of.commerce, we that we need to address'is :trans- ' feei itiS 0Ur t'esMbility to work portation," said chambei  si-" With,ourl sidentiai'communities dent Nancy Lucy. "Our area is just as we do our businesses," she growing rapidly and to maintain said. "In a seasonal resort, you its integrity, we need to be proac- need to work together." Late 0bituarie00 Lt. Col. Joseph F. Rowan Sr., retired state trooper Lt. Col. Joseph F. Rowan Sr., 68, of Lewes, died Tuesday, Nov. 24, 1998, at Lewes Convalescent Center. A native of Wilmington, for- merly of Middletown and Nokomis, Fla., Lt. Col. Rowan re- tired as deputy super- intendent of the Delaware State Police in 1976 after 20 years of service. A 1948 gradu- ROWAN ate of Smyr- na High School, he was a sponsor member of Ducks Unlimited and a mem of Citizens Hse Compa-; ny Marching Band and a member of the Delaware State Retired Po- licemen Association. He was past director of Nokomis, Venice Unit- ed Methodist Church in Nokomis, Fla. He served on the aircraft car- rier USS. Oriskany during the Ko- rean War. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Lillian H. Rowan of Lewes; his mother, Louise S. Rowan of Tayiors Bridge; two sons and daughters-in-law, Joseph F. Rowan Jr. and Christy L. of Cen- treville, Md., and Hugh T. Rowan and Lynn I. of Houston; four granddaughters, Jennifer, Laura, Emily and Sarah; and two grand- sons, Matthew and Steven. Services will be held at 11 at.m, Saturday, Nov.28, .at Parsell Fu- neral Homes and Crematorium, 1449 Kings Highway, Lewes, where friends may call at 10 a.m. Burial will be in Old Drawyers Cemetery, Odessa. Contributions are suggested to Ducks Unlimited Eastern Sussex,, Chapter, c/o sanford Hazzard, R.D. 1, Box 328, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. Dolores M.Y. Mayberry, Rose's employee Dolores Maria Yannuzzi May- berry, 55, of Millsboro, died Sun- day, Nov. 22, 1998, at Beebe Medical Center. Mrs. Mayberry was a nursing assistant and currently was em- ployed at Rose's as a cashier. She is survived by her husband, John Mayberry of Millsboro; a daughter, Lee Ann DeMer of Con- necticut; a son, John Mayberry Jr. of Greenfield, N.J.; four grand- children; and her two beloved cats, Tommy and Baby. 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