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Dec 17, 2013

Rehoboth offices to close for holdays

The Rehoboth Beach ad­ministrative offices will close Wednesday, Dec. 25 and Wednes­day, Jan. 1. There will be no trash pickup on those days. Monday, Dec. 23, the city will pick up trash on the south side of Rehoboth Avenue and in the commercial district. Tuesday, Dec. 24, Christ­mas Eve, trash will be picked up on the north side of Rehoboth Avenue, Schoolvue and the com­mercial district. There will be no trash pickup Christmas Day or Thursday, Dec. 26. Friday, Dec. 27, trash will be picked up in the commercial district. The same schedule will be in effect during the week of Dec. 30. For more information, call City Hall at 302-227-6181.

Rehoboth board to meet Dec. 20

The Rehoboth Beach com­missioners’ will meet at 7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 20, in the city commissioners’ room. The com­missioners will hear a permit of compliance request for the Greene Turtle to operate a new restaurant at 52B Rehoboth Ave., and consider awarding a contract for painting and maintaining the city’s fire hydrants.

In new business, the commissioners will consider an amendment to the lease the city has with the Rehoboth Beach Historical Society for the Rehoboth Beach Museum building. The amend­ment would forgive the $125,000 balance of a $250,000 loan the city gave the society in 2008.

The commissioners will consider adopting an ordinance clarifying and establishing that in all cases, adding, enlarging or modifying a restaurant patio is an extension or modification of the premises. Finally, the commissioners will consider awarding a contract for the Schoolvue sewer line re­placement project and accepting the city audit as prepared by Bar­bacane, Thornton and Company.

Milton planning commission meets

The Milton Planning & Zon­ing Commission will meet at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 17, at the Milton Public Library. Ocean Atlantic Management will go before the commission seeking approval of its preliminary site plan for Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the community center in Heri­tage Creek. A public hearing will be held prior to any discussion and vote by the commission. The group will also discuss home oc­cupations, zoning issues related to antennas, satellite dishes and towers, and the timing process for specific utilities and infra­structure.

Cape Gazette posts holiday deadlines

With Christmas and New Year’s Day falling right in the middle of the week, the Cape Gazette has scheduled early advertising dead­lines. The deadline for both retail and classified advertising for the Tuesday, Dec. 24 edition is noon, Thursday, Dec. 19. Deadlines for the Friday, Dec. 27 edition are noon, Friday, Dec. 20. Cape Gazette offices will be closed Dec. 24-25. Deadlines for the Tuesday, Dec. 31 edition will be 2 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 26, with deadlines for the Friday, Jan. 3 edition moved up to noon, Monday, Dec. 30. The offices will be closed Wednesday, Jan. 1.

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