Category Archives: Land Use

CCOBH Board Calls Upon DEDO to Rescind Taxpayer Funds Give Away

The Board of Directors of Directors of the Council of Civic Organizations of Brandywine Hundred, Inc. (“CCOBH”) is calling upon the Delaware Economic Development Office (“DEDO”) to rescind the grant money given to The Pilot School not for economic development, … Continue reading

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CCOBH Receives Thanks for Assisting Member Communities

CCOBH serves as a solid and trusted resource for our members in critical issues facing their communities. Recently, Tavistock and Edenridge III communities requested CCOBH’s assistance in connection with a proposal by the future developer of the Pilot School site … Continue reading

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Upcoming Proposals Projects around Brandywine Hundred

The following information was shared by County Councilman Bob Weiner Attention civic leaders: You may want to share this important information with your neighbors Concord Pike is alive and well despite the deterioration of other commercial areas. Unlike most other … Continue reading

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Barley Mill Plaza Development Proposal – Myth vs Reality

Below is a document created by CRG (Citizens for Responsible Growth) that shows Myth vs Reality concerning the Barley Mill Plaza Development Proposal up for a vote by New Castle County Council on Tuesday, October 11th. BARLEY MILL PLAZA Myth … Continue reading

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Barley Mill Plaza Development Proposal Up for NCC Vote

The vote by New Castle County Council on Stoltz’s proposal to rezone 37 acres at Barley Mill Plaza (BMP) (40% of the site) from Office Regional to Commercial Regional will be decided on Tuesday, October 11. SOC (Save Our County), in an effort … Continue reading

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Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children – Expansion

The Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children is having a community information session regarding a multi-stage hospital expansion. The session is scheduled for 6-8pm on Monday, October 10, 2011 in the hospital’s 3rd floor lecture hall. No RSVP is required … Continue reading

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