Town Commission Meeting
Monday, August 1, 2016
7:00pm – Town Hall
Join us for the dedication of an historic marker in Bellefonte
at 907 Brandywine Blvd., Bellefonte Parking Lot,
on Friday, July 29th, 2016, at 3 pm.
The historic marker celebrates “Amimenipatj”, the location marked on maps since 1654, and still on the US Geological Survey Maps of Delaware. “Amimenipatj” is the Algonquin phrase for “Place where pigeons roost,” and may have been the location of a Lenni Lenape summer settlement.
The marker also commemorates the 100th anniversary of Bellefonte, which occurred in 2015. Join your neighbors and elected officials at this dedication.
A concert will be held in the park later that evening at 6 pm.
Notice is given that the following ordinance was approved by the
Bellefonte Town Commission at its Town Meeting on June 13, 2016:
THE COMMISSIONERS OF BELLEFONTE
An ordinance amending the Bellefonte Land Use Code to:
(1) Repeal Ordinance 2006-03 providing for Building, Plumbing and Mechanical regulations for the Town of Bellefonte, Delaware (the Bellefonte Building and Plumbing Ordinance); and
(2) Adopt the New Castle County Building Code and New Castle County enforcement of said Code in the Town of Bellefonte; and
(3) Revise the Powers and Duties of the Bellefonte Planning Commission to include zoning review and enforcement.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Commissioners of the Town of Bellefonte, Delaware, a majority thereof concurring after careful review, that the following Ordinance is adopted, effective when confirmed by act of New Castle County Council.
Approved: Scott L. MacKenzie, President
Attest: Brandon Dougherty, Secretary
Full text of Ordinance 2016-03 can be found at www.townofbellefonte.com.
Town of Bellefonte, 901A Rosedale Avenue, Bellefonte, DE 19809
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