There are several types of actions considered by City Council during regular meetings.
“Ordinances” are formal enactments of laws, and include subjects such as purchases of items greater than $25,000, real estate related transactions, contract authorizations, bid awards, changes to the City’s Code, and other formal action.
“Resolutions” are generally non-regulatory actions by Council, and could include subjects such as recognition of events, accomplishments, or individuals; and other Council action as deemed appropriate in resolution format.
Appointments to the City’s citizen-based boards and commissions are made by the Mayor and Council.
Mayoral “Proclamations” are ceremonial acts that sometimes appear on a Council Agenda (but not all proclamations appear on an agenda). Proclamations usually recognize a special event or individual in Wilmington for their special significance or accomplishments.
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