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INDEX Arts & Entertainment 70 Business & Real Estate 37 Community Calendar 86 Cape Life 51 Classifieds 100 Obituaries 26 School & Education 91 Sports & Outdoors 93 “The price of liberty is eternal vigilance.” TOURISM AWARDS Honors go to Lefty’s, Dogfish, WonderFest P37 SUSSEX Board OKs new senior facility on Plantation Road P4 REHOBOTH ELEMENTARY District says new school to open in fall 2019 P12 SCHOOL DISTRICT Audit: Cape a top spender on meals, in-state lodging P16 REMEMBRANCE Wreaths Across America honors veterans, active military P18 P51 MILTON EVENTS Parade, Holly Fest, house tour celebrates season Pages 78-79 Delaware’s Cape Region FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2017 CapeGazette.com $ 1 FILM FESTIVAL Work of local filmmaker Waters in OC event P70 Bakers savor sweet victory GINGERBREAD CONTEST RON MACARTHUR PHOTO MARINE CORPS RESERVES TOYS FOR TOTS Sussex County coordinator Ted Ben- nicoff carries toys into a warehouse in Millsboro. Each year, volunteers from the organi- zation collect and distribute toys to thousands of county children. See a story and more photos in the Tuesday, Dec. 19 edition TOYS FOR TOTS SPREADS HOLIDAY CHEER BASKETBALL Vikings rock Polytech 81-33 P95 By Nick Roth nickroth@capegazette.com Savannah Road bicycle and pedestrian im- provements, in the works for more than a year in Lewes, have morphed into a new project.  Gone are the streetscape enhancements – a separated bike path, a marsh overlook and brick Savannah Road project changes course in Lewes New plan for bike lanes eliminates proposed upgrades Continued on page 14 Continued on page 4 By Ron MacArthur ronm@capegazette.com What a difference a public hearing can make. Three weeks ago, with no opposition and little discussion, the Sussex County Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of rezoning a parcel along Route 9 just west of Lewes. However, several residents spoke out against the application during county council's Dec. 12 hearing. In addition, at the insistence of Council- man George Cole, R-Ocean View, council left the record open until the end of January to receive a Retail center plan sparks traffic debate Home park owners seek rezoning for Route 9 parcel