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Wilmington City Council

Wilmington City Council approves repairs for Convention Center

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videoThe Wilmington City Council approved spending another $50,000 on the Convention Center. Full story...
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Council considers $92k for Convention Center, Muni

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video Wilmington City Council next week will consider spending more than $92,000 on the Convention Center and the newly-renovated Municipal Golf Course. Full story...
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Council gives green light to affordable housing community

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videoWilmington's city council had quite an audience tonight as folks packed inside City Hall to voice their concerns about a new affordable housing project behind legion stadium. Council gave the project the green light tonight and not everyone is happy about that. Full story...
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Water Street deck redevelopment inches forward

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videoWilmington City Council discussed the water street parking deck proposals at Tuesday night's meeting. Full story...
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Wilmington City Council approves new police equipment

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videoCity Council approved new tools for the Wilmington Police Department, and it won't cost taxpayers a dime. Full story...
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Former educator, civic leader Lethia Hankins dies at age 80

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videoFormer educator and public activist Lethia Hankins, who was once chairwoman of the Wilmington Housing Authority and a member of Wilmington City Council for several years, has died. Full story...
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David Rouzer meets Wilmington city leaders, discusses goals

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videoUS Representative-elect David Rouzer stopped in the Port City Wednesday to discuss the priorities of the Cape Fear region with Wilmington city leaders. Full story...
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City donates $45,000 worth of cars

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videoThe City of Wilmington is donating more than $45,000 worth of vehicles this year to non-profits and charities. In doing so, however, the city is losing money. Full story...
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SmartMeters coming to Wilmington, red-light cameras staying

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videoYou no longer have to feed the meter ... with change, that is. Wilmington City Council decided to pay $300,000 for 460 SmartMeters to be installed after testing them out for almost a year. Full story...
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Council agrees to rewrite resolution involving Independence Boulevard

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Tonight the Wilmington City Council agreed to rewrite a resolution involving the extension of Independence Boulevard. Full story...
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