- Sympathy Love Congo
- Sympathy Keith Williams
- Recognize 10th Anniversary of Dance4Life School
- Recognize Hope Commission 3rd Annual Commencement Ceremony
- Recognize D’Angelo Lewis-Harris
Synopsis: This Ordinance is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. This Ordinance codifies a limited exception to the requirement that all youth employed with the City through the Summer Youth Employment Program receive pay through direct deposit. This Ordinance seeks to prevent an unintended consequence of this legislation that has left some youth ineligible to participate in this program resulting from a hardship or extenuating circumstance that has prevented them from securing a checking account
Synopsis: This Resolution is being presented by the Administration for Council’s review and approval. This Resolution approves amendments to the Comprehensive Development Plan for the East Side Analysis Area to change the proposed land use designation for two blocks (seven parcels) of land known as 100 and 102 N. Walnut Street, 300 East Second Street, 105 N. Poplar Street, 103N. Poplar Street, 101 N. Popular Street, 121 N. Popular Street, and 100 and ll0N. Poplar Street, Wilmington, Delaware, being Tax Parcel ID Nos. 26-043.40- 051, 26-043.40-203, 26-043.40-55, 26-043.4-054, 26-043.40-053, 26-043.40-050, and 26-043,40-141, from C-2 (Secondary Business Center) to C-3 (Central Retail) zoning classifications.
Synopsis: This Ordinance is being presented by the Administration for Council’s review and approval. This Ordinance rezones two blocl<s (seven parcels) of land bounded byFront, Walnut, Second, and Lombard Streets in Downtown Wilmington, being TaxParcels ID Nos 26-043.40-51, 26-043.40-203, 26-043.40-055, 26-043.40-054, 2 6-04 3. 4 0-0 5 3, 2 6-04 3. 4 0-05 0, and 2 6-04 3. 40- I 4 1, from C-2 (Secondary Business Centers) to C-3 (Central Retail) zoning classifications.
Synopsis: This Ordinance is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. This Ordinance amends Chapter 37 of the City Code to add a definition of Off-Highway Vehicles, adopting the language included in Title 2l of the Delaware State Code pertaining to such motor-driven vehicles. This Ordinance forbids the operation of off-highway vehicles within Wilmington. This Ordinance also requires that off-highway vehicles possessed or stored within Wilmington belocked or otherwise immobilized when not being used in accordance with state law. The intent of this Ordinance is to prevent OHVs from being operated on the streets of Wilmington in violation of State law and from further jeopardizing public safety.
Synopsis: This Resolution is being presented the Administration for Council’s review and approval. This Resolution authorizes a grant application of Highmark Delaware in the amount of $15,000 to support the Neighborhood Clean Team Initiative, which is a workforce development effort that will put over 20 people to work overI2 weeks beautifying neighborhoods across the City of Wilmington
Synopsis: This Ordinance is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. This Ordinance amends Chapter 8 of the City Code to require that developers who receive financial assistance from the City of Wilmington on residential construction projects require their construction contractors to participate in and hire workers from Residential Construction Apprentice Programs.
Synopsis: This Resolution is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. This Resolution encourages the Mayor to sub-name a portion of the street in the area of East 28th Street and Speakman Place as “Wilbert “Wilby” BFletcher Way,” in recognition of the renowned musician and community educator’s significant contributions to the City of Wilmington.
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