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Monday, October 5, 2015
The City of Wilmington will resume normal operations Tuesday, including the 6:30 pm Tuesday City Council meeting.
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Riverfront Park project
  Phase I of the Water Street – Riverfront Improvement project is now underway. Below are some scheduling details: Prior to Riverfe... [Read more...]
Violence reduction update
There will be a meeting on Thursday, Sept. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at the MLK Center to update the community on youth violence reduction efforts. [Read more...]
Council meeting Sept. 15
All the latest on the Sept. 15 Wilmington City Council meeting. [Read more...]
Council-Planning Comm work session
Members of the Comprehensive Plan steering committee will present the city’s draft long-range growth plan to the Wilmington City Council and the Planning Commission on Sept. 10 at noon in council chambers during a joint work session. [Read more...]
Council meeting - Sept. 1
Information about the Sept. 1 Wilmington City Council meeting. [Read more...]
Council worksession
Several items were discussed at the Aug. 31, 2015 worksession which followed the City Council agenda briefing. [Read more...]
Community violence reduction
City of Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo, Wilmington Police Chief Ralph Evangelous, New Hanover County Chairman Jonathan Barfield, NHC Sheriff Ed McMahon and District Attorney Ben David spoke at a press conference on Aug. 25 about community violence reduction efforts. [Read more...]
Moving rail line has many potential benefits
At their agenda briefing on August 3, the Wilmington City Council heard a presentation about the potential advantages for economic development and community growth if the CSX rail line that currently runs through the city were to be relocated just across the Cape Fear River. [Read more...]
Council meeting - Aug. 18
See the agenda for the August 18 City Council meeting. [Read more...]
New Hanover, Brunswick oppose sales tax legislation
New Hanover and Brunswick officials joined together to speak out against proposed legislation that would redistribute sales taxes in the state. Cities and counties with tourist destinations such as New Hanover and Brunswick counties stand to lose the most under legislation currently being considered by the NC General Assembly. The legislation would change how the state distributes a portion of sales taxes collected when people buy clothing, building materials and other goods. [Read more...]
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