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Wilmington 2028 is still in the community feedback stage before development of the city’s new 10-year plan really begins, but not for long.
The last of five public forums will be held on November 30 at Ezion-Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church, 800 N. Walnut Street from 4 to 6 p.m.
The 2028 public forums are open house style-events. Community members may come by at any time and stay as long as they want to discuss their visions of Wilmington’s future, from neighborhoods that need improvements to the kinds of businesses people want in their neighborhoods, and everything in between.
— City of Wilmington (@wilmingtondegov) October 9, 2017
If you can’t make it on the 30th, you can still have a say online: Click here to go to the Virtual Public Forum survey.
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