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Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 512011 23 U old Shih Tzu puppies and fled, Hale said. Anyone with information is asked to call 644-5020,1-800-TIP- 3333, text 274637 or visit www.tipsubmit.com. The proposed FCC i d to give cust( mq ;rs greater ability to guard against filing with o anmission this week, the attorney gene al asked the FCC to strengthen the pro- Lewes The board rejec ec the offer, ...... stating i -m litsJbest inter- Continued from page 19 esttbs ll in whole In part any - ' ofit utilitv service . full-benefit members. This year The unanimous] v6te to be- (No, not this Bacon) members wi!l shoe $1.4 m'_lll[on. cone a full-ben fi DEMEC Last month, Delawar Electric ih -l ;argsNo Co-operative submitt da pro- ou to! e over the BPW s electri distribu- ; ........... eiec[rl. alsmnu- combine because of tin system and prvile who!e- the holidays. " trol[vollution vrodu ed WitKm Pollutiol : h iILbcql de d: M a r y- lan assachu Continued from page 21 ianq, L'onne_cylcu ,_Massaclau: -- sett$ Rlaode lsland,]Ve -mont and these 27 states, beginnlng Jan. 1, the District of ColugaNa are ask- 2012. Del.aware .and its co-iqter- ing federal apl eals court to veners will ask the court to up- uphold the EPA rules and allow hold EPA's efforts to gain the air them togo into effedt Jan. ! as p eductions on behalf ofscMduled. The rul4s equirethe their citizens. 27 slates to undertake igniflcant "Delawareans shouM not be efforts to reduce niO:ogen oxides, subjected to increased p0!lu- sulfur dioxide, precursor pollu- other sta, s do'not tant ofozone and tth r fine par- take necessa to con g, :harges on hi, "h a recent billion an- ! es us! catered events ne}s and placiJ ning charges, v aeFs more than voieemail. the telephone company phone bills without thei U.S. Senate report estin nually, cover services st Lares Cost consul Lch as email and ules are designe cramming. In deceiving custo r consent. Cranx to Pot-Nets | Polic/ say four NEW CLASSES FORMING FOR 12/3 puppiesDelawareremovedState from a Long D that e someone Join K.IO Dog Training at Lewes Library on Dec. 13 @ 6 PM Neck home Nov. 28 have bee re- rc. n the r ( of her Open Dog Training Forum: Free Everything... Tips, Learn Leadership tur~ed~ but po,i~e ha~ ~o ~ur-ho~e~e34000.~ckof~n- .o. .0u -- -- .; .. ,o,--..0~ ~...~..~ ther information on Who took now Lane of pot-Ne s Bayside, GROOMING SERVICES: 302.85812668 - }hem. ' saic C)I. Jeffrey ]H le of the The homeowner toM police Dei~ware State Poli~e. FREE Pick Up & Delivery www.klOtraining.com info@KlOtraining.com Biden: Protect against fraud qle,t charges Delaware A orney General Beau Bi en and his col eqgues in 16 other states have c led on federal regqlat0rs to do more to protect consumers against una uthorized 'chargbs ridded to ir telephone bills. The Federal Commm dcations Commi si6n has prop( t rules tar: feting a fraudulent sch,.'me known as c] amming - parti ther than