MAY 6, 2010 (Youth in City Government Day)

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Charles Potter, Jr.: 1st District

Rev. 1
Sub. 1
Ordinance 10-013
Authorize an Agreement for Engineering Services with Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. for Water System Improvements Enacted but not codified
Rev. 1
Sub. 1
Ordinance 10-014
Authorize an Agreement for Engineering Services with Hatch Mott MacDonald, LLC, for Water System Improvements Enacted but not codified
3340 Ordinance 10-023 Amend Chapter 35 of the City Code Regarding Categories of Goals for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises Enacted but not codified
3358 Ordinance 10-032 Authorize to the Janitorial Contract for the City/County Building with American Services Corporation Referred to Committee

Ernest "Trippi" Congo II: 2nd District

Rev. 1
Sub. 1
Ordinance 10-024
Enact Certain Traffic Regulations (Signs to be installed on Jessup Street, Washington and Market Streets) Enacted but not codified

Stephanie T. Bolden: 3rd District

3342 Ordinance 10-025 Enact Certain Parking Regulations (Various Locations Throughout the City) Enacted but not codified
3359 Resolution 10-029 Declaring as Surplus and Authorize the Disposition to Habitat for Humanity the Six Foot Wide Alley Running from Lamotte Street to the Block Surrounded by East 22nd Street, Lamotte Street, Vandever Avenue and Market Street Passed
3360 Ordinance 10-033 Amend Chapter 37 of the City Code Regarding Residential Parking Stickers for McCaulley Court Referred to Committee

Hanifa G.N. Shabazz: 4th District

3344 Ordinance 10-026 Enact Certain Parking Regulations (Signs to be installed in the Vicinity of Elbert Palmer Elementary School, and S. Tatnall Street) Enacted but not codified

Paul F. Ignudo, Jr.: 7th District

3361 Resolution 10-030 Authorizing the City to Acquire Prospective Properties at the May 11, 2010 New Castle County Sheriff Sale Passed
3362 Resolution 10-031 Authorizing the Mayor to file the Fiscal Year 2011 Consolidated Plan with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development including funding for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Improvement Program (HOME), Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG), and Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS (HOPWA) Passed

Charles M. "Bud" Freel: At-Large

3352 Ordinance 10-029 Amend Chapter 44 of the City Code in Order to Extend the City’s Tax Abatement and Exemption Programs to June 30, 2014 Enacted but not codified
3363 Ordinance 10-034 Authorize an Agreement with Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Referred to Committee
3364 Ordinance 10-035 Authorize Electricity Procurement Contract for FY 2011 Referred to Committee

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 Referred to Committee
3366 Ordinance 10-037 Enact Certain Traffic Regulations (Change Street Direction on the 3600 Block of Jefferson Street – Harlan School) Referred to Committee


All Council Recognize Youth In City Government Day
All Council Welcome Delegation from Nemours France
All Council Sympathy Theodore “Ted” Reaves
All Council Sympathy Christopher W. White, Esq.
Bolden Best Wishes Ruby Irene Holloway – 100th Birthday
Bolden Sympathy Tina Thompson
Brown Commend Wilmington Dept. of Parks & Recreation – Tennis in the Streets 2010
Brown Commend Wilmington Dept. of Parks & Recreation - National Senior Health Day
Kelley Sympathy Martin J. Walsh, Jr.
Potter Congratulate Delaware Afro-American Sports Hall of Fame
Potter Recognize Eastern Diocese Church of Christ Holiness USA’s Youth Conference
Shabazz Recognize Delaware HIV Consortium’s 6th Annual WOW Awards Celebration
Shabazz Celebrate “Provider Appreciation Day”
Shabazz Salute Delaware Prevention Network Alliance and Delaware’s First Lady Carla Markell
Wright Salute Longtime Members of New Mt. Olive Baptist Church: Ms. Hazel Brown, Ms. Louise Smith, Deaconess Bessie Wright, Trustee Bertram Furrowh and Mr. Randy Lee Jackson