Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – September 19, 2021

Sonja Frey Delaware Live, Weekly Review

Hover over the image below and a gray bar pops up at the bottom—scroll through the pdf, use direction arrows, zoom in or out, download the PDF, or view in full-screen mode. This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines Darius Brown follows other legislators into job partly funded by state Hagley damage may hit $2 million, and it has no flood …

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Spadola’s ethics bill tabled until Wilmington Council’s October meeting

Charlie Megginson Government, Headlines

A Wilmington City Council proposed ordinance to require annual ethics training will be heard Oct. 7. Photo by Bark Magrabi/Pexels   A proposed ordinance to require Wilmington elected officials and city employees to participate in annual ethics training will not be heard until October. The bill’s sponsor, Wilmington City Council member James Spadola, R-At Large, agreed to table the legislation …

Ordinance would require ethics training for Wilmington officials, employees

Charlie Megginson Government, Headlines

An ordinance to require Wilmington elected officials, appointed officials and city employees to participate in annual ethics training will be heard by City Council Thursday.  The ordinance is sponsored by the council’s lone Republican member, James Spadola, who holds the at-large seat reserved for the minority party.  “The residents of Wilmington deserve elected officials that are trained and in tune …

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Wilmington about to start redistricting; public can watch in person, online

Betsy Price Government, Headlines

The city of Wilmington soon will begin reshaping its council districts based on census data.   Wilmington residents will be able to watch as the city beings the process of redrawing the city council districts. Work will start the week of Aug. 23, and residents can attend in person or watch here, according to a press release from the city. …