CITY COUNCIL AGENDA RESULTS

MARCH 3, 2011

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LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS

As a public service to the community, Wilmington City Council provides links to ordinances and resolutions presented at each City Council meeting.

Charles Potter, Jr.: 1st District

3491 Ordinance 11-009 Adopt the Environmental Protection Agency’s Model Pretreatment Ordinance in Chapter 11, Environment, to Replace the City’s Existing Industrial Pretreatment Ordinance in Chapter 4, Buildings and Building Regulations Referred to Committee

Eric D. Robinson: 3rd District

3492 Resolution 11-016 Authorizing the Department of Real Estate and Housing to Dispose of 2225 Carter Street, 5 E. 22nd Street and 4 Gordon Street to Greater Brandywine Village Revitalization to be developed for Homeownership or Student Housing Adopted

Hanifa G.N. Shabazz: 4th District

Rev. 1
3477
Sub. 1
Ordinance 11-004
Amend Chapter 37 of the City Code, As Amended by Substitute No. 1 to Ordinance No. 10-066 As Amended, by Amending Section 37-226 Regarding Various Limited Parking Requirements in Downtown Parking Areas “X, Y & Z”, the Boundaries Thereof and the Student Parking Requirements Codified

Paul F. Ignudo, Jr.: 7th District

3493 Resolution 11-017 Authorizing the Acquisition of Prospective Properties at the March 8, 2011 New Castle County Sheriff Sale Adopted

Stephen L. Martelli: 8th District

Rev. 1
3417
Sub. 1
Ordinance 10-062
Approve and Authorize the Financing of a Multi-family Rental Project for Lincoln Towers Associates, LLC; Authorizing the Issuance of the City of Wilmington’s Multi-family Rental Revenue Bonds and Replacement Housing Factor Funding Securitization Revenue Bonds Codified
Rev. 1
3418
Sub. 1
Ordinance 10-063
Approve that Certain Development and Acquisition Agreement by and among Wilmington Housing Authority, Lincoln Towers Associates, LLC and the City of Wilmington for the Lincoln Towers Fire Station Condominium Unit Codified
3494 Ordinance 11-010 Authorize the Issuance of the City’s General Obligation Bonds or General Obligation Bond Anticipation Note, In Order to Provide the Funds Necessary to Finance the City’s Acquisition and Construction of a New Two-Story Municipal Fire House Located on the Premises of Lincoln Towers; Providing for the Sale of the Bonds or the Note; and Authorizing Other Necessary Action Referred to Committee
3495 Ordinance 11-011 Enact Certain Traffic and Parking Regulations Referred to Committee

NON-LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS

All Council Congratulate the A.I. duPont Middle School Basketball Champs and the Cheerleaders
Brown Sympathy Mr. Lem T. Anderson, Sr.
Potter Sympathy Mrs. Lois Randolph Billings
Shabazz Commend Catalyst For Change, Inc.’s Young Male Scholar Honorees
Shabazz Congratulate Henrietta Johnson Medical Center’s P.H.A.T. Honorees
Walsh Recognize the 2011 Teens in Perspective 4th Annual “My Life” Girls Empowerment Conference
Walsh Congratulate Councilman Charles Potter – Delmarva Black Chamber of Commerce “Black Business Advocate”
Wright Welcome The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club, Inc.

Note: A non-legislative resolution sponsored by Mr. Wright recognizing Chef Dana Herbert was presented, which was previously accepted into the record on February 17, 2011.