Participants in the playground cleanup at the Coverdale Child Development Center

are, standing on top of the equipment, from left: Antoine Smiley and Devvery Hill. Standing, from left: Karen Taylor, director Lynn Wadja, Edward Church, Americorps coordinator Pat Othero, Makita West and Jamie Suggs Johnson. Seated: Terrell Atkinson, Chambrey West and Shalamar Turnage.

Photo by Lynn R. Parks

Library looking for new home - The Seaford District Library Commission is meeting Thursday, July 5. One of the top items for discussion is the search for a new location for the library. Preliminary figures show that a new library could cost $2 million for the building alone. One of the new sites favored by some of the commission members is along the Nanticoke River at Water Street, according to Library supporter Woodrow Woodruff.

Annexation proceeds - Seaford has elected to move forward with the annexation process addressing two requests involving 107 acres. Page 2

Developer voices concern - A Seaford landlord and developer said he is being treated unfairly by the city. Page 3

Backyard pool dangers - Nationwide, approximately 350 children under the age of five drown in pools each year. Page 15

Gold Star Restaurants - Pages 10-11.