The Wilmington City Council said OK to changing urban mixed use regulations Tuesday night.
City Council met tonight, and the future of Wilmington was front and center.
On the agenda was how to regulate the growth of Wilmington's suburban areas. A decision was made, but everyone was not in agreement.
Goodbye, Wrightsville Beach. Hello, Wilmington.
A bill to allow the old Galleria property to transfer municipalities has passed in the General Assembly.
The future of the old Galleria shopping center is now up to the General Assembly. Both the Wilmington City Council and Wrightsville Beach Board of Aldermen approved an inter-local agreement to annex the property Tuesday night.
You might have seen the deserted Galleria shopping center on your way to Wrightsville Beach. A new developer is trying to bring the Galleria back to life if the Town of Wrightsville Beach will let it go.
The Town of Wrightsville Beach has been contacted by the owner of the former Galleria Shopping Center with a proposal to consider not contesting the de-annexation of the approximately 12-acre parcel located within the Town’s municipal limits.
After the Wrightsville Beach Board of Aldermen voted last night against supporting deannexing the property, the City of Wilmington decided to drop its bid to move the property into its limits.
The Wrightsville Beach Aldermen held a public hearing Thursday night on the de-annexation proposal.