CITY COUNCIL AGENDA RESULTS

JUNE 17, 2010

Read the Summary of City Council Proceedings.

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

3358 Ordinance 10-032 Authorize the Janitorial Contract for the City/County Building with American Services Corporation Held
3379 Resolution 10-038 Encouraging the State of Delaware’s Department of Education to Avoid Purchasing any Educational Materials from the State of Texas and to Scrutinize New Textbooks for Evidence of the Texas Influence Passed

Stephanie T. Bolden: 3rd District

3380 Resolution 10-039 Scheduling a Public Hearing for August 19, 2010 on the Proposed Amendment to the Price’s Run Neighborhood Comprehensive Development Plan Passed
3381 Resolution 10-040 Scheduling a Public Hearing for August 19, 2010 on Ordinance No. 08-050, which Proposed to Rezone Certain Properties in the Price’s Run Analysis Area in Accordance with the Amended Price’s Run Neighborhood Comprehensive Development Plan Passed

Hanifa G.N. Shabazz: 4th District

3382 Ordinance 10-044 Amend Chapter 42 of the City Code by Deleting All References to the Market Street Mall and the Market Street Mall Review Board and Enacting Other Revisions of Chapter 42 Related Thereto Referred to Committee
3383 Ordinance 10-045 Authorize and Approve Agreement with Building Systems & Services, Inc. for HVAC Units at the William “Hicks” Anderson Community Center Referred to Committee

Charles M. "Bud" Freel: At-Large

3384 Ordinance 10-046 Authorize the Issuance of the City’s General Obligation Bonds in Order to Provide the Funds Necessary to Finance the Construction or Rehabilitation of Housing; Authorizing a Loan of a Portion of the Proceeds to the Wilmington Partnership Corporation; Providing for the Sale of the Bonds; and Authorizing Other Necessary Action (Mr. Ignudo presented on behalf of Mr. Freel.) Referred to Committee
3385 Ordinance 10-047 Amend Chapter 37 (Sect. 37-95) of the City Code Relating to Penalties Applicable to Traffic Light Signal Violation Monitoring Program (Mr. Kelley presented on behalf of Mr. Freel.) Referred to Committee
3386 Ordinance 10-048 Amend Chapter 37 and Chapter 42 of the City Code to Revise Fees and Charges for Violations of Parking Regulations and to Clarify that such Violations are Civil not Criminal Infractions (Mr. Kelley presented on behalf of Mr. Freel.) Referred to Committee
3387 Ordinance 10-049 Amend the Capital Improvements Program for the Six Fiscal Years 2008-2013 by Amending Ordinance No. 07-022 (Fire Station #5) (Mr. Martelli presented on behalf of Mr. Freel.) Referred to Committee
3388 Ordinance 10-050 Amend the Capital Budget for Fiscal Year 2008 by Amending Ordinance No. 07-023 (Fire Station #5) (Mr. Martelli presented on behalf of Mr. Freel.) Referred to Committee

Loretta Walsh: At-Large

3389 Resolution 10-041 Authorizing the Wilmington Police Department to Apply for Grant from the State of Delaware, Office of Highway Safety for Funding to Conduct High Visibility Saturation Patrols and Check Points as Part of the “Click It or Ticket” Campaign Passed

Justen A. Wright: At-Large

3365 Ordinance 10-036 Amend Chapter 2 of the City Code by Enacting Certain Provisions Regarding the Authorization of Contracts for Less Than One Year Enacted but not codified
3390 Ordinance 10-051 Enact Certain Traffic Regulations (“STOP” Sign be Install on West Street at the Intersection of West Street and 35th Street) Referred to Committee

Norman D. Griffiths: Council President (Ms. Bolden presented on behalf of Mr. Griffiths.)

Rev. 1
3378
Sub. 1
Ordinance 10-040
Provide for the Partial Repayment of an Interfund Loan from the Water and Sewer to the General Fund Tabled
3391 Resolution Authorizing the City Treasurer to Establish two New Accounts at Wilmington Trust Company for Workers Compensation and for Risk Management Funds Held

NON-LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS

All Council Commend Contractors Assistance Participation Services
Griffiths Sympathy Mrs. Ada Leigh Soles
Ignudo Salute Reverend Dr. Christopher A. Bullock
Martelli Welcomes United States military veterans Joel Glover, Dan Marques and Pete Phipps
Shabazz Salute George E. Evans, Esq.
Shabazz/Council Sympathy Mrs. Vivian Boswell-Richardson
Shabazz Welcome George Clinton
Walsh Commend Master Corporal Gerald Connor
Walsh Commend Katye Trexler
Walsh Commend Richard Rivera
Wright Salute Jay Caldwell
Wright Congratulate Reverend Dr. Christopher T. Curry