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Founded in 1962, the Civic League For New Castle County is an organization comprised of community civic associations, umbrella civic groups, good government groups, businesses, and interested individuals. The League provides a forum for education about, discussion of, and action on issues relating to the impact of government on the quality of life in New Castle County

Friday, March 9, 2018

NCC Investments In MOT Area Town Hall: 5:30PM Thursday At The Odessa Fire Hall And On Facebook Live

Residents invited to participate in March 15 Town Hall on County investments in the MOT area
Evening session at the Odessa Fire Hall will also be livestreamed at www.facebook.com/nccde
New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer and members of his leadership team will hold a community Town Hall on Thursday, March 15 to engage with southern New Castle County residents about plans for enhanced County services in the Middletown Odessa Townsend (MOT) area and the effort underway to develop a comprehensive land use plan for the area south of the C and D Canal.  
The Town Hall will start at 5:30 p.m. at the Odessa Fire Hall, located at 304 Main St., Odessa, DE 19730. 
“New Castle County government provides critical services that save lives, protect the public health and drive our high quality of life.  We are committed to enhancing those services to better meet growing needs in the southern part of our County,” County Executive Matt Meyer said.  “We are holding our March 15 Town Hall to communicate directly with our residents and to hear their ideas and concerns.  Please plan to attend and join the conversation.” 
County Executive Meyer and department leaders will kick off the Town Hall with a short informational presentation about southern New Castle County Park plans, expanded library services and a county paramedic station and preview the county’s fiscal challenges in advance of the County Executive’s annual budget address later this month.  A question and answer session will follow and attendees will be invited to share their ideas about county services and park and library amenities they seek in their communities. 
The March 15 Town Hall will be streamed live on the County’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/nccde.  Community members are invited to post their questions on that site or by sending an e-mail to OpenHouse@nccde.org.

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