Bob Weiner, New Castle County Council - Nov 1996 - Nov 2018
Dear friends and neighbors,
I have enjoyed representing the good citizens of Brandywine Hundred, Greenville and Centreville for 22 years as your County Councilman.
The voters have selected Dee Durham to be our new Councilperson.
I wish her well in her new position.
Best wishes to all.
Bob Weiner, your County Councilman
November 1996 – November 2018
My duty as your County Councilman is to make county government work for all of us. Since 1996, I have dedicated myself to respond promptly to every constituent request. I have developed experience and skills to seek creative solutions. I have passionately fought against irresponsible development while also fighting to protect our precious open space.
Councilman Weiner wants to Make Video of All Public Council Meetings Available to the Citizens of New Castle County
The public has a right to both observe and determine if their elected officials are maintaining the highest standards of ethical behavior and fiscal prudence. It is now economically and practically feasible to broadcast County Council proceedings at a nominal cost due to advancements in modern technology.
Video access would strengthen the public’s awareness and engagement in local decision-making; thus promoting our county government’s transparency, efficiency, effectiveness and fiscal prudence.
This demonstration was paid for by Friends of Bob Weiner. Hopefully the rest of Council will support videorecording of all future meetings.
The annual spring and fall volunteer mulchings have been a tradition since the fenced dog park opened its gates in 2002. New Castle County's Department of Special Services, which is responsible for
maintaining parks, supplies the mulch, shovels, rakes and wheelbarrows, and the volunteers provide the labor.
Cleaning our streets of visual clutter sends a message to would-be criminals and vandals that our community is on guard! The Citizen Brigades operate immediately after graffiti appears on publicly owned structures in order to frustrate graffiti vandals. Learn more...
Delaware State Parks Park Watch
Bob has gone through the Trail Steward Training Program along with many other citizens in what was the first graduation “Class of 2010”. Bob serves on the Delaware Greenways Advisory Board and is passionately engaged in protecting our precious open space, while adding more parkland and greenways.
County Council meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings of each month
"I am grateful for Bob's decade-long support for the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail, which follows Philadelphia Pike and Market Street into Wilmington. His presence and influence at the birth of our Delaware organization to develop this trail and to have it designated as a National Historic Trail was a key factor in keeping our hopes for the trail alive and growing."
Ralph D. Nelson, Jr.
2009-10 Chair of the W3R-US and W3R-DE
Paid for by Friends of Bob Weiner - www.BobWeiner.com - (302) 468-6024 - Volunteer - Contribute Friends of Bob Weiner is the political candidate committee that
accepts contributions on behalf of New Castle County Councilman Robert S. Weiner.