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Cape Gazette /, i FoFmcF By Ron.MacArthur ronm@capegazette.com policy wk A retired Sussex ployee will start th( the newest member of of adjustment. Norm; Rickard of Rehoboth replace retiring Ron who served on years. Rickard, who takes tion in ~an Rickard ter working for the ]county's tior s before a planning and zoning d partment Cot nc for 15 years, serving as chief in- bo tic ap an spector and board of adjustment secretary District 4 Sussex ckard said he County Councilman] George mon-sense lpt 1 " " tecisions. '5 mc Co e, R-Ocean View, nbmm0ted ing Rickard to the 3-year[post be- get ;idetracked, I cause of his background and the lback on tt e 1 knowledge of county ode. I'He said "We have to knows the board inside and Out," Cole said. "He's professional and has a good rapportwith ers and homeowners. man we always called fires." Rickard said count keeps calling him bac Sussex County, and I lil tion and the challeng( make it a better county,' This year, council a, Officials offer New policy bas By Ron MacArthur ronm@capegazette,com develop- said he would He's the as much ) put out out :up decisions service based :. "I love NEWS seat in :January 2012 the and plan' fill out a :en ques- iaire and ar before :il in pub- ession to er ques- is taken. Nov. 29 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2011 9 gently get track," he and talk our- manner." : questions as and and :e the ac- acts to help on uests for and he said. to county iopted a In a Coun- inc s for esses ( tant factor to help to come to coun- Businesses wanting tq start up, must 10 expand in or relocate Sussex )s v it and corn- County and offer newj6bs could pletany pro building be in line for incentive ad0pted proj within one r of the is- by County council Nov. sua a buildi On the recommendatiori of B said the are County AdministratOr Davidnot a blanket l Each re- Baker, the county has a olicy to t would be com- offer economic incentNes mitt .'e review and ap- on job creation on a cas -by-qase prov tl. A also basis, revi{ w financial The policy mirrors lhose al- plan, h l Sus- ready in place in the tate and sex ;oJ does not several Delaware townst r to "Matching what the do or state does would or- 13age 10 cilman Sam Wilson, R-George- town, has yet to name an ap- pointment to the planning and zoning commission representing District 2. Incumbent commis- sion member Mike Johnson re- mains on the commission al- though his term expired June 30. Wilson said he is still reviewing Johnson's record. This Holiday Season Give the Gift of Dance Gift Certificates Available : :: i for Group and Private Dance Lessons Swing into the Holidays Group Classes Now Forming Wednesday Evenings - in Lewes - Dave Marshall Tennis and Fitness Level I, II, & III Swing Dances Classes now forming Instead of "Pass the Peas" say "Shall We Dance" With a thoughtful gift certificate that will keep on giving December 7, 1"4 & 28 3 hours - $25 per person Also For January: "lntro to Dance Program'( at the Cordrey Center- Millsboro Wednesday Evenings Starting January 11 ih: 10 hours of Instruction $79 per person Swing, Fox Trot, Rumba Give the Gift Now - Dance into the New Year "Dancing cheek to cheek is really a form of floor play..." anners 302-222-3755 dancemovesandmanners.com IP I I 314 Main St. ' Rt. 24 P.O: Millsk DE 1996( . FORMAL ' TUXEDOS ' qUED ING m ! I I ! , ! I