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December 26, 1997

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DelDOT introduces snow removal reimbursement hotline The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) has in- stituted a new statewide "hotline" telephone number as a feature of the Snow Removal Reimburse- ment Program for community or- ganizations to call to confirm if a particular storm qualifies as a re- imbursable event. Local leaders of community civic associations, neighborhood alliances or homeowners associa- tions who are registered in the Snow Removal Reimbursement Program are asked to call 1-800- 652-5600 to get official payment accumulation as measured in each county. Groups are asked not to call the number until after a storm has ended. The minimum accu- mulation requirement for a storm to qualify is four (4) inches. Once a storm has been con- firmed as a reimbursable event, community organizations are asked to follow these procedures: provide a copy of the contractors' bill; provide a copy of the organi- zation's canceled check; and pro- vide a cover letter noting the date of the storm being billed for. Community groups are remind- ed that in order to qualify for re- imbursement of snow removal a bill must be submitted, and the group must be registered in the program. For more information, call 1- 800-652-5600. The Snow Removal Reimburse- ment Program policy is subject to the following conditions: The reimbursement is for con- tracted snow removal services for snowstorms impacting the streets within a residential development or community. The reimbursement is for 75 percent of the actual cost of the snow removal, not to exceed 75 percent of an annual cost determi- nation analysis made by DelDOT. The snow removal services el- igible for reimbursement are those for removal of snow from streets within a residential development or community which have been dedicated to the state and accepted for perpetual maintenance by Del- DOT. The eligible organizations are: civic associations; neighborhood alliances; homeowners mainte- nance associations or other similar entities charged with or assuming the duties of maintaining public areas within a residential develop- ment or community, outside the boundaries of a municipality. Um- brella civic associations can make application on behalf of their member organizations so long as they provide a list of the other as- sociations they are making appli- cation for. In order to be eligible for reim- bursement, a snowfall must ex- ceed four inches as determined by DelDOT. Official measurements for snow depth will be provided by the Delaware Emergency Man- agement Agency. Wien joins staff of Prudential Gallo Patricia (Trisha) Meade Wien has been named as a realtor asso- ciate with Prudential Gallo Real- ty, Lewes. A full-time resident for a year and a half, Wien and her husband Dan have been property owners in the Indian River Hundred for over 27 years. Wien has been a li- censed real estate agent since 1974, and has been both a sales and a broker associ- ate, with additional experience as a sales representative and market- ing manager in both the oil and transportation industries. Area real estate agents sweep Prudential sales Lee Ann Wilkinson, Kathy En- gel and Bill Peiffer made a clean sweep of the first, second and third place awards for the third quarter in both residential awards categories, presented quarterly by the Prudential Real Estate Affili- ates, Inc., the real estate subsidiary of The Pruden- tial. Wilkinson, a broker with Prudential Gallo Realty in Lewes, was first in WILKINSON the state for number of residential units closed, and first for residential gross com- mission income. Engel, also a broker with Prudential Gallo, came in second in the state for gross com- mission in- come and third in resi- ENGEL dential units sold. Peiffer, of the Prudential Joy- Gallo Real- tors in Re- hoboth " Beach, was third in the state for resi- dential gross income and second in the state for resi- dential units closed. PEIF'R CAPE GAZETTE, Fridar, December 26 - January 1. 1998 - 17 Angle Moon photo Beach Babies crew holds holiday party Beach Babies Child Care, which operates in Lewes under the auspices of Debbie Toner, held its annual Christmas party at St. Edmond's Church Hall in Rehoboth Beach on Dec. 16. The children sang, danced and performed Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer for their parents, sib- lings and friends. Among those who participated are (back row, l-r) McKinnon and Montana DeKuyper, Sean Toner, Tia Sioma, Kelsey Wagner, Trey Purnell and Chelsea Roberts; (front row) Anthony Rousak, Taylor Morgan, Kelsey Doherty, Ty Mayers and Nicky Purnell. Start the new year off right - Subscribe to the Cape Gazette e wial Store Hours 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Year's Day Jan. l ,1998 OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICE! STOg00WlDE SM..E All BEDROOMS All DINING ROOMS All DINETTES A//SOFAS All CHAIRS All RECLINERS All BEDDING All OCCASIONAL TABLES Aft TV STANDS All HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTERS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION! "qlnie mniture dt tlniq prices" Minimum  'l,ii $400 purchase. "'X'O"O{k Ceef( (HoMe Mon.-Sat. tO-6 Sun. Noon-6 "P m UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 302-684-0661 FAX (302) 684-0662 4 1/2 miles west of 5 points. Lewes / Georgetown Highway