Wilmington City Council
Public Works and Transportation Committee Meeting
From Councilman Charles Potter:
Tuesday, April 14, 2009; 5:00 P.M.
3rd Floor Mayorâ€™s Conference Room
Topic: Who Pays for Disposal of 100,000 Tons of Toxic Waste
Note:Â This is about one of the biggest environmental scandals in Delaware’s history:Â Millions of tons of coal ash, incinerator ash, sewage sludge … piled up in Wilmington, dumped at Pigeon Point.
Delaware Crime Prevention Act
From Floyd McDowell:
Green Delaware doesn’t know much about this one:
LABOR-COMMUNITY COALITION TO PROMOTE AN ECONOMY THAT WORKS FOR ALL AT â€œTOWN HALLâ€ MEETING
Wilmington, DE- Over one hundred workers and residents of Wilmington will join labor and community leaders and elected officials at a â€œTown Hallâ€ meeting on Tuesday to discuss ways to restore and rebuild the middle class, and legislation to revive our economy.
WHO: Residents of Wilmington, Representatives from Sen. Carper, Sen. Kaufman and Rep. Castleâ€™s offices, Angela Walker President ACORN Delaware, Sam Latham President AFL-CIO Delaware, Tim Barchak DSEA, Delaware State Education Association Director of Legislation and Political organizing, Health Care for America Now, Wayne MacManiman, 32BJ SEIU Mid-Atlantic Area Director
WHEN: Tuesday, April 14 at 7pm
WHERE: Bancroft Elementary School, 700 N. Lombard, Wilmington, DE
BRANDYWINE HUNDRED PUBLIC MEETING ON NEW CASTLE COUNTY YARD WASTE SITES
“To get input from the public on continued operations of yard waste sites.”
911 PHILADELPHIA PIKE
WILMINGTON – DE, 19809
Note:Â Similar meetings are being held at the Bear Library on the 15th (Wed.) and near Newark on the 16th (Thurs.)Â For details.
Note also:Â These are DNREC meetings featuring the ever-irritating Jim Werner.Â If you go, bring patience.