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Entries for May 2014

Council meeting May 20
Learn more about the May 20, 2014 Wilmington City Council Meeting. [Read more...]
Potential transportation improvements
The Wilmington City Council will consider a bond referendum to allow for $55 million in transportation improvements within the city. Traffic has consistently been a primary concern for citizens in years of citizen surveys. [Read more...]
A public hearing on the 2014-15 Annual Action Plan is scheduled to take place during the May 20 City Council meeting. The plan includes three new projects to help offset the need for affordable rental housing in our community. [Read more...]
FREE tennis clinic
The Wilmington Police Department and Wilmington Parks & Recreation, in partnership with the Greater Wilmington Tennis Association, are hosting a FREE "Badges & Rackets" tennis clinic for children ages 6-14. Registration is required. [Read more...]
Antelope Trail project wraps up
Work to install 600 feet of pipe that will improve drainage between Antelope Trail Drive and Kelly Road is now complete. Crews expect to finish clean-up of the area by Memorial Day. [Read more...]
City works with lawmakers
The NC General Assembly began its short session on May 15, and the City of Wilmington is seeking opportunities to support initiatives that foster growth. [Read more...]
WFD installing free smoke alarms
Starting this weekend through the end of July, the Wilmington Fire Department will be installing free smoke alarms in homes throughout Wilmington. [Read more...]
Muni course fully closed for renovations
The municipal golf course is completely closed while the golf course greens, fairway bunkers and the practice putting green are renovated. The course is expected to reopen in the fall. [Read more...]
Proposed tree legislation
On Tuesday, May 13, Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo and other area leaders met at Halyburton Park to speak about a proposal that would limit the ability of local governments to regulate trees, including the the removal, replacement or preservation of trees on private property. [Read more...]
Water Street Deck update
At their meeting on May 6, City Council endorsed the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Government's Development Finance Initiative (DFI) redevelopment plan for the Water Street Parking Deck. [Read more...]
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