SEPTEMBER 16, 2010

Read the Summary of City Council Proceedings.


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

3368 Ordinance 10-039 Enact Certain Traffic Regulations (“STOP” Sign at the corner of Madison Street at 32nd Street) Enacted but not codified
3409 Ordinance 10-056 Authorize Contract PS11002 – Cafeteria Services in the City/County Building with D&S Catering, Inc., formerly known as S.K. & C., Inc., d/b/a Sherm’s Catering Enacted but not codified
3429 Resolution 10-065 Approving a License Agreement between the City and Clear Wireless, LLC (“Clearwire”), to Permit Clearwire to Install and Operate Communications Antennas and a Control Cabinet at the Base of the City’s Water Tower Located On or Near 200 Presidential Drive, Sometimes Referred to as the Monroe Park Water Tank Passed

Stephanie T. Bolden: 3rd District

3415 Ordinance 10-061 Adopt the Subdivision Plan known as “Major Subdivision Plan of Mill Stone Townhouses – 97 Vandever Avenue and to Accept the Dedication of a New City Street to be Named “Menser Way” Enacted but not codified

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

3430 Ordinance 10-066 Amend Chapter 37 of the City Code by Amending Section 37- 225 Regarding Limited Parking Referred to Committee

Paul F. Ignudo, Jr.: 7th District

3431 Resolution 10-066 Scheduling a Public Hearing on October 7, 2010 for Ordinance No. 10-041, which Proposes to Amend Chapter 48 of the City Code Regarding Antennae Structures Passed

Loretta Walsh: At-Large

3406 Ordinance 10-055 Authorize the Extension of City Contract PD10001 Police Uniform Cleaning with Cha Cha Brothers, Inc. d/b/a City One Hour Cleaners Enacted but not codified
3414 Ordinance 10-058 Authorize Contract PS11106 – Building Management, Public Safety Emergency Operations Center with Asset Management Alliance Defeated
3432 Resolution 10-067 Approving the Filing of a Grant Application Submitted by the Wilmington Police Department to the State Aid to Local Law Enforcement (S.A.L.L.E) Program to Purchase a Forensic System Passed


Bolden Welcome Principal Salome Thomas-El
Bolden Sympathy Curtis Evans
Bolden Sympathy Anthony “Tony” Ames
Congo Best Wishes Mrs. Elmira S. Sudler Caldwell – 90th Birthday
Kelley Welcome Project Spain Exchange Students at St. Elizabeth School
Shabazz Recognize Priest Tyaire Cephas
Shabazz Welcome Lady B “Queen of Hip-Hop”
Walsh Tribute Mrs. Ruby M. Ryle