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Monday, June 27, 2016
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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...]
Council meeting, June 7
All the latest on the June 7 City Council meeting! [Read more...]
Shinnwood Rd drainage improvements
Beginning the week of June 13, drainage improvements in the Shinnwood Road area will cause temporary lane closures.  [Read more...]
City Council hears review of Land Development Code
Following their agenda briefing on Monday, June 6, the Wilmington City Council held a joint meeting with the Wilmington Planning Commission to hear results of an in-depth review of the city’s Land Development Code (LDC).
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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...]
Greenfield Lake Park gets bike corral
The first bicycle corral located in a City of Wilmington park will be installed on June 1 at 6 p.m. [Read more...]
Wilmington designated bike-friendly city
Wilmington joined Asheville and Boone to be designated a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists last week. This award is pres... [Read more...]
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