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Pine Valley neighborhood mtg Nov. 21
The city will hold its next neighborhood outreach meeting on Nov. 21 to get input from citizens about what they like and don’t like about their neighborhoods, as well as what they want to keep and what they want to change. The meeting will be held for residents of the Pine Valley area at 6:30 p.m. at Pine Valley Elementary School.
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Addressing the issue of gang violence
City Council acted on two items at their Nov. 19 meeting that address the city’s goal of finding long-term solutions to gang violence. [Read more...]
Land purchase for Riverfront Park approved
On Nov. 19, City Council approved the purchase of 6.63 acres along the northern downtown riverfront for a public park for $3.9 million. The placement of a public park along the riverfront is consistent with the Vision 2020 Downtown Plan. [Read more...]
Update on Water St deck
On Nov. 19, City Council heard an update from the UNC School of Government's Development Finance Initiative (DFI) about their work to identify the best use for the site where the Water Street Parking Deck is currently located. [Read more...]
Kenan Fountain lighting

The Wilmington City Council heard city staff's recommendation for lighting improvements at the historic Kenan Fountain. See who they recommended and view the presentation.

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Council meeting Nov. 19
Items of interest for the Nov. 19 Council meeting. [Read more...]
Film and TV in NC
Watch a presentation on the future of film and TV in North Carolina from the Cucalorus Film Festival. [Read more...]
Winter Park residents share ideas

More than 30 residents of the Winter Park area came to the city's third neighborhood outreach meeting. They shared input on what they like, don't like and what they would like to see in their community.

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City seeks public input for econ. dev. strategy

The City of Wilmington, New Hanover County and Garner Economics, LLC are seeking public input to help develop an economic development strategy. All residents in New Hanover County are invited to participate in an anonymous, brief survey and share opinions about our business community.

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New holiday tradition!

The Rotary Wheel at Greenfield Lake is the new site for the city’s long-standing holiday tree lighting tradition, including a celebration coordinated with the local Rotary Club. The old tree at the Sweeney Water Plant has lost almost all its foliage, is no longer capable of supporting lights and has limited access.

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