Proposal for Changes at Concord Gallery-Public Meeting

Public Meeting Monday, October 3, 2022
6:00 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.

at the Talleyville Fire Company

The Council of Civic Organizations of Brandywine Hundred (“CCOBH”) and Councilwoman Dee Durham invite you to an in-person public meeting in which proposed deed restriction changes and related development concept plans for the Concord Gallery Shopping Center (3600 Concord Pike Wilmington, DE 19803) will be presented for public review and comment. Representatives of Concord Gallery and its development team will be on hand to explain the details for the proposed request for deed restriction changes (click here for current deed restrictions). Specific beneficiaries named in the deed restrictions include: CCOBH, Sharpley Civic Association, Woodbrook Civic Association, Edenridge Civic Association, Tavistock Civic Association and Naamans Little League, Inc.

CCOBH is a nonpartisan civic umbrella organization whose members consist of some 120 civic organizations that represent most of the communities and neighborhoods in Brandywine Hundred. CCOBH, and its volunteer members, work:

• to consider quality-of-life issues and to promote better standards of living in Brandywine Hundred;
• to promote, encourage, and/or assist worthwhile movements that will benefit Brandywine Hundred and its residents; and
• to contribute in every way possible to an atmosphere of tolerance, friendliness and a positive community spirit throughout Brandywine Hundred

Please join Councilwoman Durham and the members of the CCOBH on October 3rd at 6 p.m.for the presentation and discussion regarding this proposal to change the face of one of Brandywine Hundred’s preeminent shopping destinations.

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