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4 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3- MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010 NEWS ape Gazette Briefly )) Council to consider Peninsula Dec, 7 The Sussex County Council Tuesday, Dec. 7 agenda includes a public hearing on an applica- tion fried by Land Tech Receiver Services LLC to amend a condi- tion to allow more time for con- struction of a clubhouse at The Peninsula at Long Neck. Meetings get under way at 10 a.m.; public hearings start at 1".30 p.m., in the county administra- tion building on The Circle in Georgetown. See the full agenda at Sussex County starts off year with surplus Sussex County's fiscal year is off to a strong start, county fi- nance director Susan Webb said at the Nov. 16 county council meeting. She said revenues and expendi- tures are as ex- pected in the first quarter. Financial re- ports show a Susan Webb modest sur- plus of more than $261,000. Income from the realty-transfer tax, although down from previous years, should hit the budgeted amount of $12.7 million in fiscal 2011, enue to review the group's work while building-related revenues and establish goals for the com- are down less than. 1 percent, ing year. Webb said. Dewey marketing group to meet Friday, Dec. 3 The Dewey Beach Marketing Committee will meet at 5 p.m., Friday, Dec. 3, at the Lifesaving Station On Dagsworthy Avenue to discuss objectives, subcom- mittees and recommendations to town council. Dewey council to convene work session Dewey Beach Town Council will meet at 10 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Lifesaving Station on Dagsworthy Avenue to dis- cuss several issues, including Ba- yard Avenue funding, a code of conduct, voting rights for resi- dential limited-liability compa- nies and commissioners' terms of office. After the workshop, commis- sioners will call a special meet "rag to discuss and possibly vote on moving forward with the Ba- yard Avenue project prior to Wednesday, Dec, 15. Dewey policy group to set course Dec, 4 The Dewey Beach Policy Committee will meet at 9 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Lifesav- ing Station on Dagsworthy Av- Milton to hold public hearing Dec. 6 The Milton Town Council will meet at 6"30 p.m., Monday, Dec. 6, at Milton Public Library on Union Street, for a public hear- ing to seek funding under the Community Development Block Grant Program. The council will discuss the Economic Development Com- mittee's request for a branding resolution and next year's prop- erty taxes. For a complete agenda, visit the Town of Milton's website at Rehoboth OKs new lease for city property The Rehoboth Beach commis- sioners voted unanimously Nov. 19,to approve an extension on the lease for the Blanche Rodgers trust to use property the city owns on Rehoboth Avenue. The property, located at 58 Re- hoboth Ave., is home to Past Re- flections Old Time Photography. Rehoboth to discuss emergency ops plan The Rehoboth Beach commis- sioners will discuss a proposed revision of the city's emergency operation plan, as drafted by Sumter Consulting, at the com- missioners' workshop at 9 a.m., Monday, Dec. 6, in the city com- missioners' room. The commissioners will con- tinue to discuss potential changes to the city code regard- ing the regulation of restaurant patios and the city's noise ordi- nance. Bandstand committee to meet Dec. 6 The Rehoboth Beach Band- stand/Convention Center/Spe- cial Events Committee will meet at 3 p.m., Monday, Dec. 6, in the city commissioners' room. The committee will hear updates on convention center upgrades, the convention center schedule, the Bandstand and any special events that may take place in the future. Rehoboth to hold Special meeting The Rehoboth Beach commis- sioners will hold a special meet- ing af 1 p.m., Monday, Dec. 6, in the city commissioners' room, to hear and decide an appeal of a city manager's decision to issue an intent-to-terminate notice to a city employee. Under city code, the employee has the right to fde an appeal. The meeting will be conducted in executive session and will be closed to the public unless the employee requests a public hearing. RON MACARTHUR f~lOTO MI5$ OELAWAR| Kayla Martell of Milford speaks to members of Sussex County Council during the Tuesday, Nov.. 30 meeting. Martell, a dancer, said she is preparing for the Jan. 15 Miss America Pageant ~.d .hopes to break lhedl~; "No Miss Delaware has evermade it past the top 15,, she said. Martell suffers from alopecia areata disease and has become a national spokeswoman for its victims. She also helped to, raise $100,000 tO fund research. The autoimmune disease can re- sult in hair Ioss~ ,which occurred in her case.-She was presented with a resolution from council that touted her accom plish- merits.