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Sunday, July 24, 2016
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At their July 19, 2016 meeting, the Wilmington City Council approved a $30.6 million parks bond referendum which would allow for $38 million in parks ... [Read more...]
Council meeting, July 19
All the latest on the July 19 City Council meeting [Read more...]
City, County seek members for new committee
The City of Wilmington and New Hanover County are currently seeking volunteers to serve on a newly formed, 12-member Community Relations Advisory Committee. The committee is intended to aid in the understanding of issues in the community concerning race, national origin, creed or religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability or medical condition and make recommendations to the two governing bodies. [Read more...]
Volunteer for a board or commission!
Get involved with your city and volunteer to serve on a board or commission! There are currently many vacancies. Deadline to apply is Thursday, June 9. [Read more...]
Drainage projects wrapping up
The City of Wilmington recently completed or is about to complete two drainage improvement projects that will help prevent flooding in area neighborhoods during heavy rains. [Read more...]
4th of July Celebration!
All the information you need to know about the annual 4th of July Celebration and fireworks show downtown! Get important parking and traffic information. [Read more...]
Water St deck development proceeds
On June 21, City Council approved the development agreement for the development of the Water Street deck property. Council heard three items on this t... [Read more...]
On Wednesday, June 22, Mayor Bill Saffo said during a press conference at Maides Park that the city has agreed to purchase 46 acres in the Hurst/Princess Place Drive area from the Wilmington Housing Authority (WHA). If officially approved by City Council at their July 19 meeting, the property would be sold for $1,011,750, which is the appraised value. [Read more...]
Council meeting, June 21
All the latest on the June 21, 2016 Council meeting! [Read more...]
Cleaning up to reduce crime
City crews recently collected 10.5 tons of large trash items in the Longleaf Park area that were either illegally dumped or left in the right-of-way for pick up. The Wilmington Police Department and the city’s Code Enforcement staff are working jointly with solid waste crews to clean targeted areas as part of a wide-scale effort to address and help prevent crime. [Read more...]
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