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cape Gazette BRIEFS DECEMBER 5, 20Ti 3 Benefit set for victim Dec. 3 il There will be a be iccident Lewes efit for Er] "Smiley" Givens frown 6 to 8 p.r Saturday, Dec. 3, atthe Lewe: Rehoboth Moose E anily Cente Route 9, west of Le eees, Giver was a Delaware D( partment ( Transportation err ployee wh died Oct. 5 in an ac cident whi] on the job near Lew He was-a firefighter for th Laurel Fire Dem'tment an leaves behind daught¢ Chloe; stepdaughter Emm Circle in Georgetown. For a com- plete agenda go to sussexcoun- De, rec D nan, Rehoboth sets meeting for sidewalk bid Bea,a'm' • , The Rehoboth Beach commis- '- sioners have set a special meet- ing to consider awarding a COl> s tract for miscellaneous sidewalk improvements along King Charles Avenue, 9 a.m., Monday, enu to d dati will lice eonlplete eey develops budget ommendation wey Beach Budget and Fi- :e Committee will meet at 9 Saturday, Dec. 3, at Dewey :h Town Hall on Rodney Av- The committee will work evelop a budget recommen- )n for fiscal year 2013, which include discussions on po- and lifeguard staffing. For a agenda, visit e room.Dec' 5, in the city commissioners' / e Following the special meeting, SuSsex offices closed :1 the commissioners will hold r their workshop meeting. The fo two hours Dec, 9 FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2 - MONDAY. PUMPS CONE OUT AT Fi El II VALIRO commissioners will discuss im- Slssex County offices will Stranick; and fian( 6 Samant a plementation strategies for the clo e from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Stranick, as well his prents, Mm k 2010 comprehensive develop- De(~. 9, to allow employees to at- -- RYAN MAVITY PHQTO and Sherri Givens, and brothel s ment plan and amending season- tenet the annual Mildred King THE LAST REMNANTS of the Valero station a, the entrance to Rehoboth Brandon and Justin. The evenir will include a pig i past with a I al ordinances to make their time luncheon. Members of the public Beach are gone. The gas pumps, tanks, concrete i slands and canopy were all provisions more consistent, with business to conduct at removed Nov. 1Z Rehoboth Mayor Sam Cooper, v 'ho owns the property~ s~id the fixings and ,tile donation s In new business, the commis- county facilities are asked to plan the b~itding that used to house a convenience st)re will not be demolighgtl. $12 for adults and for childre: 1, sioners will discuss not opening ace ardingly for the clo sure. Cooper said there a(e no prospective tenants for i qe property at this time. with all proceed,, tobeneftCity Hall on the first Saturday of Cmmty offices will reopen " " ..... . Givens' children, . the month from November pro!nptly at 1 p.m. The luncheon doesn't believe the vandalism el-injec:ion system.Bell said he through April. Discussion will be is h .qd each December to recog- was a random actl A front-end believe, the vandals are medhan- Sussex plans h aring o I held on the feasibility and imple- niz( employees for their service loader valued atI70,000 was ically s tilled adults who knew w|nd turbine ordinance mentationofacitywidebeautifi- to ,:ounty government. The damaged after itsoil filter was their ats would cause serious resolution setting tree canopy ent tion of the employee of the blown out of the ggp as the vehi- one in :he community stilI has Included on Counl y cation project and a proposed eve: t culminates with the pres- loosened just enough for oil to be damage.Bell said he thinks s9me- Council s Tuesday, l)ec. 6 agent a goals., yea( award, given to one of four cle was driven. Vagdals also re- inform tion that could help po- will be updates on t ae Fort Mih Finally, the commissioners will quIrterly employee winners, moved O-rings from a truck's fu- lice mal :e an arrest. gun project, Greenwood library discuss allowing expanded patio ThOluncheon is named in honor el filter and poure/stop-leak flu- Anyc ne with information is project and airpor runway e:¢- hours for restaurants. The city of (ormer employee Mildred id into the fuel tahk. The stop- asked :o call Doug Arcos at tension project. | had enacted a temporary meas- Kir g, who served Sussex for In addition, a public hearing LS ure allowing expanded hours be- nearly 30 years, leak fluid ruined the vehicles fu- Clean Cut, 302-258-7662.U scheduledatlO:~Oa.m, on fore this su~Tmr, but that meas- POL C &F|REWR&P P ordinance.amendmentSMeetingst° the vindgetturbitun& ,re ure expires Sunday, Jan. 1. Bridge repair will = way at 10 a.m. in tile county a(l- Milton public hearing require Route 9 closing Palira inua¢ti afp fhpft lated a:'e very slim," Dempsey ministration building on Tt e on b[o¢k grant program bridge over Beaverdam .... ; ...... ..... said. N)ne of the victims were Cre k on Route 9 between Route @ r~ 77 Milton Town Council will hold 30/Gravel Hill Road and Route of air conditioners year-ro and residents of Dewey a public hearing at 6:30 p.m., 5/Harbeson Road, n6rtheast of With weather cboling down, Beach, Dempsey said; .He stud pouce t ave nonneo an me prop Monday, Dec. 5, at the Milton GeOrgetown, will be closed from police say air conditioning units NAME CORR CTION - Public Libraryto discuss an op- 7 a. n. Friday, Dec. 2, through 5 have taken on a flew "ur"ose erty ovrners whose units were Rick Palmer is, town in a portunityto participate in the de- p.m. Sunday' Dec. 4, pending Dewey Beach polic e of ci say stolen" Dempsey said Dewey velopment of an application to Weather conditions. Delaware tmacn Nov. 25 photo o members thieves are stealing the units police are examining evi- of Lewes U aleashed, the Delaware Community Devel- De] artment of Transportation from vacation homes to sell for deuce, 0nd the robberies are still Palmers first n;Ime is not opment Block Grant Program. cre, vs will be removing the exist- scrap copper. When Dewey underi vestigation. correct in the t hoto cap- The regular meeting will follow ing hot mix and concrete pave- Beach police arrived on Collins He Mid,"HoPe ,lly, we'll come tion. with a full slate of agenda items meltt which is above the box cul- Avenue Nov. 27 fot a theft com- up witl a solution.' including the discussion of an or- ven. Once removed, a steel rein- plaint, the proper y owner told Polic ask anyone with infor- ANOTHER NAI IE CORREC- dinance prohibiting truck traffic for,:ed concrete slab will be them an air conc itioner con- marionto contact Dewey Beach TION - The sch,)ol official pin town, discussion and vote on poured to increase the strength densing unit hac been taken Police 302-227-1110 or Crime identified as Mr Fannin in the National Incident Manage- and load capacity that the bridge from the Outside .or)he house, stoppels at 800-TIP-3333. the Thanksgiving Day his- merit System, a request from the safely carry. Eastbound traf- Police investigated homes toric photo in t.tke Nov. 22 parks and recreation committee fie :an proceed from Route 9 to nearby to find fix e more units Police: Lewes woman edition is actuall r Dr. Leon to add exercise stops ,to Gover- Rot te 30/Gravel Hill Road onto had been taken frown neighbors, stalked by ex-boyfriend Hill Farrin, who vas super- nor's Walk and discussion about SaSd Hill Road to Route The culprit cuttlJe electric and intendent of Lev es Schools offering waivers on the liquor 5/ttarbeson Road and return to refrigeration lines remove the Delaware State Police are in 1955. ban in Milton parks. Rot te 9. Westbound traffic can units, police said. The loss is es- searctflng for a 32-year-old For the complete agenda, visit pro.'eed from Route 9 to Route timated at $2,000 }o $3,000 per George:own man after they say FISH PICTURE Informa- or call town 5/H arbeson Road onto Sand Hill home. Police reported the units he hard sed and stalked a Lewes tion about stripe bass that hall at 302-684-4110. RO:Idd to Route 30/Gravel Hill were taken between Nov. 17 and womanL'over the weekend. appeared beneafh a photo Ro and back to Route 9. Nov. 27. Police say units were The oman, 28, received 30 of Ralph Short a recent- Fgr additional information, go stolen for copper other met- text m ssages and 25 phone calls ly caught fish V as incom- Dewey continues town to go use for them, said Dewey Beach the Delaware State Police. The plete. Here's the full infor- www.DelDOT, v. al parts. "There's really no other Nov. said Cpl. Jeffrey Hale of mation: "Before moratori- malinger search Re,ard rema|ns for sgt. CliffDempsey. man al o went to the woman's um in the 1980s and i990s, a search committee assigned equipment vandalism The value of copper is about place of employment and drove $3.50 per pound. According to arounc the parking lot looking scientists estilnate that to find a permanent town man- striped bass slocks had ager for Dewey Beach will meet A $5,000 reward is still avail-, a wel site from the for her, Hale said. dipped to as lo as 5 mil- at 10:30 a,m., Saturday, Dec. 3, at abl for information leading to Copper Developn ent Associa- Polic are searching for Carlos lion fish The l oratorium, Dewey Beach Life Saving Station the arrest and conviction of van- tion, the most cord.on air con- Batres, grho, Hale said, wasprevi- and environmenlal controls on Dagsworthy Avenue. The dalI responsible for damaging ditioning units co tain 50 lbs. of ously relationship with the that impr0vedspawning committee will discuss person- hea 3r equipment a year ago this copper. "We haven't had any womar . Batres is described as conditions, allo e t a resur- nel in closed-door session, moSth. The equipment, owned crimes in this ar a similar to Hispanic, 6-feet tall, 211 pounds • " ' i o gence. A Survey Within the Then, it will open the meeting to by Clean Cut Interlocking this, Dempsey said. He sad p - with brown hair and brown eyes. past five years estimates the the public to discuss and possi- Pa, ers, was inside a secured lice believe the sar0e perpetrator Anyqne with information on current stock 6f Striped bly vote on matters discussed parldnglot behind the company's is guilty of stehling six units in his whereabouts is asked to call bass at about 60 million during the closed-door session, office on Route 1, Coastal High- Dewey Beach and five units in police 644-5020, 1-800-TIp- fish.;, For a complete agenda, visit wa3}, near Red Mill Pond. Rich Bethany Beach Jut lle same week. 3333, next 274637 or visit Bell, company Or)her, said he "The chances of it not being re- www.ti