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74 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 6 - Dee. 12, 2002 DNREC adopts new rules for reporting pollutant discha 'ge Delaware Department of Natur- al Resources Secretary John A. Hughes recently announced the state adopted and published amendments to Delaware's regu- lations for reporting pollutant or air-contaminant discharges. He also announced an effective date of Dec. 11, which is a 30-day extension to the effective date published in the November Delaware Register of Regula- tions. The publica- tion of the new regulations culminates an extensive process of de- velopment and public com- ment that be- gan more than HUGHES a year ago. "These regulations represent an improvement in environmental re- porting and disclosure in Delaware," said Hughes. The new regulations promulgat- ed under 7 Del. C. 6028 include the following: I. Changes that were required by Senate Bill 33, which modified the definition of an environmental release 2. Changes to the Delaware list of substances and their reportable quantities 3. A requirement for a written Resort chamber The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the installation of its 2003 officers and directors from 5 to 9 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 16, at the Atlantic Sands Hotel & Conference Center, 101 N. Boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach. The event will also serve as an opportunity to honor sev- eral individuals who have made important contribu- tions to the area and the organization. The 2002 outstanding volunteers will be recog- nized with a chamber train pin, along with sponsor recognition and presentation of the Mae Hall Mc- Cabe Award, Business of the Year Award, Rehoboth Beach Lifeguard of the Year Award and the Dewey Beach Lifeguard of the Year Award. The "Delaware to install cers Jan. 16 Coast Press" will announce its Person of the Year, and Dewey Beach will announce its 2002 Volunteer of the Year. The year 2002 will be reviewed with a slide and music show. The cost is $30 and includes a buffet dinner of field green salad with assorted dressings, hearts of romaine with cracked peppercorn parmesan dressing, assorted rolls and. butter, beef tenderloin tips with white rice, salmon with mango salsa, stuffed boneless chicken breast with prosciutto, penne pasta with sundried tomatoes and garlic, veg- etable medley and assorted desserts. A cash bar will be available. To reserve a space, call 227-6446. Real estate classes available in C ape Region It's the hottest real estate market in 30 years and now is the best time to start that new career in re- al estate. The Coldwell Banker Residen- tial Brokerage (CBBRB) School of Real Estate offers ongoing weekly classes at CBRB offices throughout Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., for anyone interested in becoming a Realtor. Register for the Principles & Practices of Real Estate class any- time in December for $100, in- cluding tuition, registration, and books. The regular price is $185. Classes do not have to be taken during the month of December but can be taken anytime within the next six months. Call 800-992-4794 for more in- formation and a schedule of class- es offered af the nearest location. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, at www.Coldwell-, is one of the largest residential real estate bro- kers in the country with 90 offices and more than 4,300 sales associ- ates serving Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia. Coldwell Banker Residential Bro- kerage offers a full array of home ownership services including mortgage, title insurance, proper- ty management, relocation, resort and vacation rentals, appraisal and new home services. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is a member of the NRT family of companies. NRT Incorporated, the nation's leading residential teal estate brokerage company, is a subsidiary of Cen- dant Corporation. Its award-win- ning website is located at 00PROFESSIONAL OFFICE FURNITURE IMPRESSIVE STYLE UNBEATABLE PRICE Complete Service from Concept to Installation Work Stations Conference/Meeting & Training Rooms Filing Systems Executive Wood Furniture Chairs: Task & Executive follow-up report for all releases that met the reporting require- ment. Hughes decided to extend the effective date of the new regula- tions based on a request frtm the environmental section of the Delaware State Chamber of Com- merce and a review by Depart- ment staff regarding implementa- tion requirements. The recently amended reporting requirements are significant and the original effective date of only 10 days from the f'mal publication of the regulations was deemed in- adequate by companies to make the required changes to their oper- ating procedures. The chamber group requested a 45-day extension, but Hughes de- Continued on page 79 IVIATT BRITTINGHAM CEtt 302-344-9026 Kathy Ford- On r#e Go Making Firings Happen ( Prudenti y Gage REALTORS 1[ ! E-mail: Congratulations To Our November Super Stars! I 4421 Coastal Highway I' Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 1-800-496-9269 (302) 227-6200