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I would like to speak at your next civic association meeting

As your New Castle County Councilman, I would be pleased to speak to your community about timely issues of importance and to address concerns such as land use proposals, public safety, sewers, parks and taxes. I typically speak to each community at least once a year at their annual meeting. I can also invite representatives from the County Department of Land Use, the Office of County Code Enforcement and the New Castle County Police Department to address specific resident concerns.

During my tenure as your 2nd District Councilman [western Brandywine Hundred, portions of Claymont and Greenville], I have successfully fought against overdevelopment and for upgrades to our community's infrastructure, including sewer, drainage and transportation systems. I pride myself on making County government work for you. My Council office and I are always accessible to assist you.

You can contact me via Louis Hinkle, my legislative aide at 302-395-8362 or at lhinkle@nccde.org. I encourage you to visit our New Castle County website: www.nccde.org to learn how our county government works. Please encourage residents to visit my website: www.bobweiner.com to learn what is happening in our community and also to contact me directly.

Please let me know the date, location and time of your meeting so I can schedule my time accordingly. I am not available when County Council meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings of each month. I look forward to meeting with your residents and you. Thank you and best wishes.

-Bob

 
 

 

Important FAQs for civic associations:

New Castle County Pride, Inc.
Enables citizens and businesses to make tax deductible contributions to benefit county programs of choice.
View March 2010 presentation
Richard Przywara - 302-530-4794
http://www.nccpride.org/

DELDOT Subdivision Snow Removal Reimbursement Program
Linda Stump
(302) 760-2085
http://www.deldot.gov

Basketball Hoops in the right of way
(302) 326-4679

New Roads in NCC Subdivisions
Subdivision Section
(302) 326-4679

Certificates of Incorporation and Franchise Tax Reports
Delaware Division of Corporations/Secretary of State's Office
(302) 739-3073
http://corp.delaware.gov

Issues with public utilities
Public Service Commission, Government Services Administrator
(302) 739-2612
http://depsc.delaware.gov

Report street light outages
Delmarva Power
1-800-375-7117
http://www.delmarva.com

On-Lot Drainage Issues for New Construction
NCC Dept. of Land Use, Customer Relations
(302) 395-5555

Three years or more after Home Settlement on new construction
New Castle County area Conservation District
(302) 832-3100

Drainage and Stormwater Assistance Line
(302) 855-1955
DNREC_Drainage@state.de.us

Tree Grants for new plantings and forest/tree maintenance
DE Department of Agriculture: Forest Service Urban Forestry Coordinator
(302) 698-4500
http://dda.delaware.gov

Natural Habitat Programs for Private Open Space Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC)
Soil and Water Conservation Division, Delaware Coastal Programs

(302) 739-9283
David.Carter@state.de.us
http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov

Mosquito Control
DNREC, Division of Fish and Wildlife
(302) 836-2555
http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Philadelphia District
(302) 736-9763

White Clay Creek Watershed Management, Habitat Management
Linda Stapleford
(302) 731-1756
riveradministrator@whiteclay.org
http://www.whiteclay.org

Create a Maintenance Corporation/Civic Association web site
Neighborhood Link
http://www.neighborhoodlink.com


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Latest News:
4/21/2017
  A low-lying, flood prone portion of Talley Day Park in Brandywine Hundred to become a wetland
4/7/2017
  Plan to develop Brandywine Country Club development plan sets stage for rezoning debate - News Journal
3/29/2017
  Brandywine Country Club development plan returns
Upcoming events:
County Council meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings of each month
"Bob Weiner has done a great job in developing and constantly keeping a watchful eye over the Talley Day County Park and its dog park. I live on Wilson Road directly across the street from the park. I talk to many pet owners who just love the park. Many have told me that it's very relaxing there and they love the fact that their dogs can play together in a secure environment. When Bob walks around the park with his two dogs he stops to say hi to everyone. He certainly deserves credit for a job "well done" and I thank him for that along with so many pet owners. "

Jo Ann Parent

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