CITY COUNCIL AGENDA RESULTS

SEPTEMBER 2, 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.

Charles Potter, Jr.: 1st District

3419 Resolution 10-057 Authorizing the Disposition of 103 W. 29th Street to Interfaith Community Housing of Delaware to Rehab for Homeownership Passed
3420 Ordinance 10-064 Authorizing the Issuance of the City’s New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds and the City’s New Clean Renewable Energy Bond Anticipation Note, in Order to Provide the Funds Necessary for a Solar Capital Project; Authorizing a Paying Agent Agreement; Providing for the Sale of the Bonds and the Note; and Authorizing Other Necessary Action Referred to Committee

Stephanie T. Bolden: 3rd District

3421 Resolution 10-058 Authorizing the Disposition of 2201, 2202, 2206, and 2207 Lamotte Street to Habitat for Humanity to Rehab for Homeownership Passed
3422 Resolution 10-059 Authorizing the Acquisition of 1039 Clifford Brown Walk from Fannie Mae to Rehab for the Expansion of 1043 Clifford Brown Walk Passed
3423 Resolution 10-060 Authorizing the Disposition of 1331 N. Heald Street to Rosario Ferrante to Renovate as a Storage Facility for his General Contracting and Roofing Business Passed

Hanifa G.N. Shabazz: 4th District (Mr. Ignudo presented on behalf of Ms. Shabazz.)

3424 Resolution 10-061 Authorizing the Disposition of 512 E. 3rd Street to Arlene M. Harrison to Renovate as a Single Family Homeownership Dwelling Passed

Paul F. Ignudo, Jr.: 7th District

3425 Resolution 10-062 Authorizing the City to Acquire Prospective Properties at the September 14, 2010 New Castle County Sheriff Sale Passed
3426 Resolution 10-063 Declaring Properties as Surplus Enumerated in Attachment “A” of the Legislation Passed
3427 Resolution 10-064 Encouraging the Delaware Real Estate Commission to Accept the Modifications Listed Above and Add them to the Seller’s Disclosure Form Passed

Loretta Walsh: At-Large

3428 Ordinance 10-065 Enact Certain Parking Regulations (“Four-Hour Parking”) at Specific Locations throughout the City Referred to Committee

NON-LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS

All Council Farewell Kara Coats, Senior Assistant City Solicitor
Griffiths Retirement Larry Miller - Delaware Technical & Community College
Brown Commend United States Marshall David Thomas
Potter Applaud Ms. Lynette Williams