- Retirement Nellie Moore
- Recognize March as Women’s History Month
- Honor Dr. Carter G. Woodson (Father of Black History)
- Recognize Rob Pheiffer and Danielle Johnson (Tilton Park)
- Sympathy Jacqueline Carter
- Sympathy Odessa Futrell
- Sympathy Terry Johnson
- Sympathy Wayne Johnson
- Sympathy Michelle Pegram
- Sympathy Tommy Steele, Jr.
- Honoring Women in Construction for Women’s History Month
- Recognize Greek Independence Day
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Agenda Item #0020 (Rev. 1) - Res.
A Resolution to Amend City Council Rule 10 to Change the Intergovernmental Standing Committee to the Intergovernmental Affairs and Judiciary Standing Committee
Synopsis: This Resolution is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. This Resolution converts the Intergovernmental standing committee to the Intergovernmental Affairs and Judiciary standing committee.
Agenda Item #0034 - Ord.
1st & 2nd Reading - HELD
An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 4 of the City Code to Provide for Civil Fines for Owners of Vacant Properties who Fail to Register Them
Synopsis: This Ordinance is being presented by the City Council for Council’s review and approval. The Ordinance approves the institution of civil penalties on property owners who fail comply with the registration requirements for vacant properties.
Agenda Item #0035 - Ord. 21-015
1st & 2nd Reading - Referred to CD&UP
An Ordinance to Approve the Riverside Phase 2 Major Subdivision Plan of the Wilmington Housing Authority and Pennrose LLC and to Authorize the City of Wilmington to Accept as a Public Right of Way the Dedication of a New Section of East 28th Street.
Synopsis: This Ordinance is being presented by the Administration for Council’s review and Approval. This Ordinance approves the Riverside Phase 2 Major Subdivision and authorizes the City to accept the dedication of a new section of East 28th Street.
Agenda Item #0011 (Rev. 1) - Sub. 1 to Ord. 21-001
3rd & Final Reading - PASSED
Wherein the City of Wilmington Accepts the Dedication of Four Streets At the Riverfront, Naming Them “Judy Johnson Drive,”“South Madison Street,” “Shipyard Drive,” and “Frawley Drive
Synopsis: This Substitute Ordinance is being presented by the Administration for Council’s review and approval. This Substitute Ordinance accepts the dedication of four streets in the Riverfront District of Wilmington, naming them “Judy Johnson Drive”, “South Madison Street”, “Shipyard Drive”, and “Frawley Drive”.
CONGO (Harlee presented on behalf of Congo)
Agenda Item #0036 - Res. 21-017
A Resolution Appointing An Employee to Fill the Vacant Position of Legislative Administrative Assistant for the Council of the City of Wilmington for the 108th Council Session
Synopsis: This Resolution is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. This Resolution appoints Azsana Wing as the Legislative Administrative Assistant for the 108th Session of the Council of the City of Wilmington.
Agenda Item #0037 - Res. 21-018
A Resolution to Conduct a Disparity Study Regarding Economic Development and Healthcare Access and Opportunity in Wilmington
Synopsis: This Resolution is being presented by City Council for Council’s review and approval. The Wilmington City Council is concerned with the insufficient data-collection and methods, procedures, and transparency of data-sharing practices of City departments. Council is requesting for the City to have a disparity study done by December 31,2021, which could lead to creation of equitable policies in the City for local businesses, residents and to authorize and commission various studies on the social, health, and economic wellness climate of the City. Council is requesting to be included in the selection process for determining the selected vendor and assisting with determining the key indicators for the disparity study.