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Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30- MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 17 O meeting Rita Falcone, owner of ors 1 GGE of Delaware Inc., a West Rehoboth-based machine yen- Continued from page 10 dor, said vendors are not getting rich from leasing the machines Gallagher said, according to the to veterans, and she regularly letter, arcades are also in viola- gives donations to the organiza- tion of the law. tions that rent machines from The Oct. 22 letter states, "If her. "It doesn't all go in my pock- you possess machines that dis- et," she said. pense cash or tickets, coupons or In a conversation before the other tokens that are redeemable meeting, Falcone said vendors for something of value, you have are also hurting from the state's gambling devices on your prem- decision to enforce gambling ises, and you are permitting gam- laws at fraternal organizations. bling to occur You are in legal She said she voted for Markell jeopardy." because he said he supported "Are you prepared to shut small businesses, but because of down the boardwalks?" Gal- his inaction, she will have to lay lagher asked. %re they going to off three employees before be held to the same standard as Christmas. "I'm going to have to us?" lay people off. This is 80 percent In a phone conversation, Yeo- of my business," she said. man said slot machines are "I guess no one complains games of chance; arcade games when their husband loses their are games of skill and do not fall house from the legal casinos," under the gambling law. Falcone said. Gallagher said the state issued When asked if the state re- business licenses to the slot ma- ceives complaints about the casi- chine vendors. "What did the nos, Schiliro said, "I'm sure peo- state think those machines were pie complain about losing mon- for in the first place?" he asked, ey." Two vendors also spoke at the Schiliro said, "The casinos are Dogfish ished products will enter and ex- it. A gated guard booth will allow trucks into the facility only dur- Continued from page 14 ing regular business hours. Some Dogfish's barley and hops are trucks will still visit the cui'rent bought from companies in Ore- building, but they will enter and gon and Washington, and many exit the Dogfish campus via the ingredie nts come from new commercial roadway. Delaware-based businesses like Another set of gates will be lo- Filer Orchards and TS Smith. cated on either end of a bridge Calagione said much of the that crosses Round Pole Branch credit for the project's timing between the new warehouse and goes to Chief Operating Officer the current facility. The road will Nick Benz and Brewmaster Tim be used by trucks delivering sup- Hawn, who have worked exten- plies to the existing building as sively to ensure the pieces of the well as employees going back puzzle fall into place in the prop- and forth and visitors on guided er order, tours. Gates will open only to The plan, Benz said, is to have employees with special security the entire process start at one cards, Benz said. end of the campus and finish at The new equipment is expect- the other. The expanded brew- ed to be up and running by the ery will have a commercial en- end of summer 2013, Calagione trance connecting to Cave Neck said, making 2014 the first full Road, where all trucks dropping year the renovations will make off supplies or picking up fin- an impact on the business. I J I _ , l [ . The, crowds are 9o e,..Now Ws take care o 9oat YoRa wa0 to take care of you w/th discounts on all HavRe, Yooa, Spa Treatments, & BodRwork for members www.KaoaWelMe Ce ter.eom 302-227-3450 Rehoboth Ave, Rehoboth Beach, DE I I I III I I regulated. We spend a lot of tachment as well," she said. ".We have always supported the le time in casinos." are people who believe in our gion's programs. Ellen DeMarie-Schuman, who community." Marshall also said legislator, operates American Vending Both Falcone and DeMarie-should work with constituent Corp. in Dover, saidher father- a Schuman received applause after even when the General Assem WWII veteran - began the vend- they spoke, bly is not in session. "I don't se( ing business, and it has always Faron Marshall, clubroom why the governor is too good tc supported veterans organiza- manager of American Legion come to a meeting," Marshall tions. "This is an emotional at- Post 14 in Smyrna, said vendors said. 2012 ACURA TL 2013 ACURA ILX ANY *Price Acura accessories gift card awarded with any new ar preowned purchase Expires I/2/2013. A DAY* ! A DAY | . "~ea~zJg~permoemlor36mont~SZ4833~t~ale/ueets~nh~ A DAY* .~r~ I/Z4~11Exaue~ tax eed ~ Se~w~ ~N~W w~lv~, e#er ,ma~ ,,It AUIDMOIIVE GROUP 302.734.5000 4585 S. DuPont Hwy. (Rte. 13) Dover, DE 19901