CITY COUNCIL AGENDA RESULTS

MARCH 7, 2013

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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.

Darius J. Brown: 3rd District

3790 Resolution 13-014 Respectfully Urging the Delaware United States Congressional Delegation, Unites States Senators Thomas R. Carper and Christopher A. Coons, and United States Representative John C. Carney, Jr. to Support the Passage of The Paycheck Fairness Act Adopted
3791 Resolution 13-015 Respectfully Urging the Delaware United States Congressional Delegation, United States Senators Thomas R. Carper and Christopher A. Coons, and United States Representative John C. Carney, Jr. to Support the Passage of The Federal Gun Control Laws Adopted

Hanifa G.N. Shabazz: 4th District

Rev. 1
3782
Sub. 1
Ordinance 13-002
Amend Chapter 37 of the City Code by Amending Section 37-226, As Amended, to Enact Certain Traffic and Parking Regulations Concerning Special Residential Parking Districts in and around Justison Landing Codified
3792 Resolution 13-016 Approving the Wilmington Department of Public Works’ Acceptance of Four (4) Grants Funded by DNREC, U.S. Forest Service, TD Bank and Arbor Day Foundation Adopted
3793 Ordinance 13-006 Amend Chapter 36 of the City Code Regarding Weapons and Related Offenses Referred to Committee

Charles M. "Bud" Freel: 8th District

Rev. 1
3784
Sub. 1
Ordinance 13-003
Amend Chapter 39 of the City Code Pertaining to the Pension Commission Codified
3785 Ordinance 13-004 Amend Chapter 2 of the City Code by Amending Substitute No. 1 to Ordinance No. 09-031, As Amended by Ordinance No. 10-003, in Order to Authorize the City Treasurer Access to the Budget Reserve Account Funds at the End of a Fiscal Year and Replenishment of the Budget Reserve Account Funds in the Ensuing Fiscal Year for Fiscal Year 2013 Only Codified
3786 Ordinance 13-005 Authorizing the Annual Reconciliation of Accounts by Transferring Funds to Various Offices and Departments in the City of Wilmington to Fulfill Obligations for the Remainder of the 2012 Fiscal Year Codified
3794 Ordinance 13-007 Approve and Authorize the Financing of a Refunding Project for the Delaware Art Museum, Inc. Making Certain Findings with Respect Thereto; Authorizing the Issuance of City of Wilmington Revenue Refunding Bonds and Authorizing Other Necessary Action Referred to Committee
3795 Resolution 13-017 Approving a Memorandum of Agreement between the City and Local 1102 Regarding Good Friday Adopted

Michael A. Brown, Sr.: At-Large

3796 Resolution 13-018 Supporting Attorney General Beau Biden’s and the General Assembly’s Proposal to Protect Public Safety by Focusing on Violent Offenders Adopted

Loretta Walsh: At-Large

3797 Ordinance 13-008 Constituting Budget Amendment No. 6 to Ordinance No. 12-019, to Amend the Position Allocation List for Fiscal Year 2013 by Making Changes in the Mayor’s Office and Appropriate the Use of General Fund Balance by Amending the Fiscal Year 2013 Operating Budget Ordinance (Constituent Services) Referred to Committee

NON-LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS

All Council Retirement Kash Srinivasan
All Council Sympathy Harmon Roland Carey
Brown M. Recognize Bell Funeral Home
Brown M. Appreciation Delaware Pet Cremations*
Brown M. Sympathy Louvinia Williams Dozier
Dorsey Walker Sympathy Jane Harrington-Smith
Gregory Recognize Police Athletic League Wilmington of Wilmington’s Black History Event
Gregory/Council Sympathy Former Judge Leonard L. Williams
Shabazz Recognize Harriet Tubman Day
Shabazz Congratulate Union Lodge #21, Prince Hall Affiliate – 130th Anniversary
Walsh/Cabrera Retirement Former Chief of Police Michael Szczerba
Walsh/Cabrera Retirement Former Fire Chief Willie Patrick
Wright Interdenominational Church Ushers Association 50th Annual Memorial Service

*Note: Although the Delaware Pet Cremations non-legislative resolution was previously accepted into the record at Feb. 21, 2013 Council meeting, the presentation will actually take place at the March 7th Council meeting.