WEEKEND #11, 2005
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
ANOTHER VEHICLE TOWED FROM STOCKLEY LIFEGUARD SPOT!
This Nissan Terra was removed from the reserved lifeguard parking space on Stockley Street around 1 p.m. Sunday. It became at least the eighth vehicle towed from this parking space so far this season. On Saturday, lifeguards also requested police to remove an unauthorized Honda Odyssey that was found parked in the lifeguard parking space on Saint Lawrence Street around 12:35 p.m.
Other Stockley Street tows from this same lifeguard spot this season include: June 25, June 26, July 1, July 3, July 9, July 22, and July 24.
CANDIDATES RALLY SUPPORTERS
Rehoboth Beach Mayor Sam Cooper and commissioner candidates Dennis Barbour and Ron Paterson met and greeted supporters on the corner of New Castle Street and King Charles Avenue on Sunday (left). On Saturday, mayoral challenger Bob Sokolove and commissioner candidates Bill Shields and Dave McCarthy networked with prospective voters at the Blue Moon Restaurant on Baltimore Avenue (right).
See the city's Website for more info on next Saturday's election.
REHOBOTH FIREFIGHTERS PERFORM FLAGPOLE MAINTENANCE
It certainly helps to have your own bucket truck when working on a flagpole as the Rehoboth Beach volunteers did Saturday evening.
FILM CREW SHOOTS IN CAPE HENLOPEN STATE PARK
A movie crew filming Failure to Launch pretty much took over a parking lot several days this week in the Cape Henlopen State Park. The movie is directed by Tom Dey with actors Matthew McConaughey, Sarah Jessica Parker, Zooey Deschanel and Justin Bartha. Signs with the letters F-T-L appeared on them starting on Route 1 to direct the crews to the location.