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City Planning Director Herb Inden and his team are managing the development of a new 10-year plan called Wilmington 2028, and if you live or work in the city, Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki wants your input.
“[Wilmington 2028] will be a community-driven effort which I would like to see reflect the hopes and priorities of our citizens,” Purzycki said in a public statement. “This plan will guide future development, and shape where and why public and private investment dollars are spent to make Wilmington a stronger and more prosperous City over the next decade.”
The first way to contribute is to take the 10-minute Wilmington 2028 survey, which asks you to rate how satisfied you are with various aspects of the city. At the end of the survey, you may voluntarily submit your email address so you’ll be kept in the loop through the development process.
After the survey, there will be a series of five public meetings in October and November. That will be followed by a collection of focus groups in 2018, and the public will again be asked for feedback in next spring before a draft of the new plan will be shared next summer.
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