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Cape Gazette D IRE " I' :i Pond 'i il 11 boardwalk, c:ushed g avel wallp ays By Ryan Mavity arqund the ponc flourish. ryanm@capegazette.corn 'Wa lir g said tho e Spec ies in- clude piping plovers, hawks and The Department o f Natural rar4 o chids. ] Resources and Envir)nmental departmebt chose the Control wants the puE ic to get a alignment after se, er l field trips look at its plans to o,mplete a and reHews of dat . Walling said trail linking Gordon! Pond to the goal was to aligh the trail so it Herring Point in Cape Henlopen the least effect wildlife State Park. and dqnes. The department's open house Walling said roject will will run from 4 to 7 Tues- co t roughly $2 r illion and is day, Dec. i5, at Lewes Ptiblic Li- fudde by the 2Q12 bond bill; brary and will feature pxhibits, a wh clI calls for improve- slide presentation, exp rts to an- me,ate. Improving Delaware's swer questions and tir0e for pub- trail n twork has a big pri- lic comment, ori y for Gov. Jacl Markell, she Lee Ann Walling, DNREC's sai l. Walling sa d design chiefofplanning, said he project pMsewould take over the has been in the works for 20 wi te and springl the trail will years. She said 2,500 feet of the bebuilt next year. I trail would be a boar lwalk; the "it's not sometl)ing we're re- rest will be finely crushed gravel, qui edtb do," Walling said of the As part of the project, phrag- open house. "We lus} thought it mites, an invasive species, will be a good idea show people burned off to allov the rare whht We're thinking about do- si'ili:iiplantsanlanimalsims oleduce :iIof-st elolut t o at lion The Delaware Dep rtment of pollution that trav ts across sta ,te Justice is seeking to i tervene in lines in states such Delaware. a lawsuit in support of the Envi- EPA determined hat air pol- ronraental Protectioq Agency's lutlon from 27 stateS, including proposed rule that targets air Ney jersey and pennsylvania, pollution flowing int6 the First co tributes sigjfificantly to State, state Attorney General doWn vind state ' nability to Beau Biden has annou]aced,comply with federal air quality Delaware, five other states and stahd ds. ] . . the District of Colum filed a E PA promulgatpd the Cross- motion Oct. 19 in the District Of State PollutiOn Rule to re- Columbia Circuit Co art of Ap- qulre significant ]reCluctions of peals to intervene in a lawsuit mt ogen oxides aM ulfur diox- fried by the state of,I ansas that ida, both Of which lar emitted by challenges the EP/ s ability to [ .... L implement rules that target air | i.ontlnle on page ! illi &AST : AST GARDEN ~Ft Bu~ I The Grower You Tastin Hors euvres TIME: 6:00 The ' Center 30366 Rd. Stop byfo, your and Wre 9& Dec 1, We've in to a Year! NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER2- MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2011 21 Delaware's Headquarters for [rEEL!=.I:I_S M![RCHANDISE :,, --:~il " Thanks;iving illru Christ2? ,,. H~ I ,_._------- , , P IG .. " --1"~ ~ i J Ui'I" purchaseI I of Steelers Merchandise I K [ -- [ eLexpi s '3121" us av:cu r S Iedal' : Purchase your Christmas Gifts for your favorite STEELERS FAN here! We've expanded our Steelers .Mer.handise this season - New Items Arriving Daily! Out Gear 6 MORE . " t!!il Open Friday thru Monday For Hours: 302-227-3148. ]~