CITY COUNCIL AGENDA RESULTS

JULY 8, 2010

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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.

Ernest "Trippi" Congo II: 2nd District

3392 Ordinance 10-052 Approving and Authorizing the Financing of a Project for the Delaware College Preparatory Academy which Proceeds will be Borrowed; Authorizing the Issuance of City Wilmington Revenue Bonds and Authorizing Other Necessary Action Enacted but not codified

Stephanie T. Bolden: 3rd District

3395 Ordinance 10-054 Rezone Certain Property at Vandever Avenue and Lamotte Street in the Price’s Run Analysis Area from M-1 (light manufacturing) to R-4 (row houses with conversions) Referred to Committee
3396 Resolution 10-043 Scheduling a Public Hearing on August 19, 2010 to Approve the Proposed Amendments to the “Price’s Run Neighborhood Comprehensive Development Plan” Passed
3397 Resolution 10-044 Scheduling a Public Hearing on August 19, 2010 on an Ordinance, which Proposes to Rezone Certain Properties in the Price’s Run Analysis Area in Accordance with the Amended Price’s Run Neighborhood Comprehensive Development Plan Passed

Paul F. Ignudo, Jr.: 7th District

3398 Resolution 10-045 Authorizing the City to Acquire Prospective Properties at the July 13, 2010 New Castle County Sheriff Sale Passed
3399 Resolution Authorizing the City to Acquire Prospective Properties at the August 10, 2010 New Castle County Sheriff Sale Held
3400 Resolution 10-046 Declaring as Surplus and Authorize the Disposition of Properties Enumerated in Exhibit “A” of the Resolution Passed

Stephen L. Martelli: 8th District (Mr. Freel presented on behalf of Mr. Martelli.)

3401 Resolution 10-047 Approving a Lease Agreement between the City of Wilmington and Wilmington Housing Authority (WHA), to Permit WHA to Install Construction Trailers on the Lands Comprising Conaty Park in Connection with the Lincoln Towers Redevelopment Project at 1625 Gilpin Avenue Passed

Charles M. "Bud" Freel: At-Large

3374 Ordinance 10-042 Amend Chapter 40 of the City Code Regarding the “Opt-Out” Provisions Applicable when City Employees can Show Proof of Other Medical Insurance Coverage and Other Dental Insurance Codified
3375 Ordinance 10-043 Authorize a Contract with NCO Financial System, Inc. for Professional Collection Services Defeated
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 Codified
3393 Ordinance 10-053 Authorize the Partial Repayment of an Interfund Loan from the Water & Sewer Fund to the General Fund in Connection with the Financing of Costs Incurred in Certain Capital Projects Related to Water and Sewer Services Enacted but not codified
3402 Resolution 10-049 Authorizing and Approving the Acquisition of 2700 Baynard Boulevard from Natalie B. King Passed
3403 Resolution 10-050 Authorizing and Approving the Disposition of 800 W. 22nd Street to Natalie Howe Passed
3404 Ordinance Approve a Direct Service Plan – Order Form among MCI Communication Services Inc. d/b/a Verizon Business Services and Verizon Delaware Inc. and the City of Wilmington through the Division of Integrated Technologies Held

Loretta Walsh: At-Large

3405 Resolution 10-051 Authorizing the Filing of a Grant Application by the Wilmington Police Department to Obtain Grant Funding from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services – Technology Program to Purchase a Bullet Containment System Passed
3406 Ordinance 10-055 Authorize the Extension of the City Contract PD10001 Police Uniform Cleaning with Cha Cha Brothers, Inc. d/b/a City One Hour Cleaners Referred to Committee
3407 Resolution 10-052 Approving and Accepting a Gift of the American Flag from Master Sergeant John Whye Passed

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

3391* Resolution 10-048 Authorizing the City Treasurer to Establish two New Accounts at Wilmington Trust Company for Workers Compensation and for Risk Management Funds Passed

*Note: Upon a motion of Mr. Freel, seconded by Mr. Kelley, Council suspended the rules in order to add #3391 to the agenda. Motion prevailed.

NON-LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS

Brown Sympathy Mrs. Lillian Marie Bacon
Potter Recognize National Mental Health Awareness Month