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12/3/2011 - Councilman Bob Weiner at the Claymont Christmas Parade.

 

6/27/2011 - This is the “Councilman Bob Weiner” sponsored Junior 1 Division team [ages 8 to 10 years old] in the Talleyville Girls Softball League. Councilman Weiner is proud to have helped convert the decaying Old Mill Lane Elementary school site to much needed ball fields.

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James Hanby, John Day, Paul Clark, Bob Weiner, Chris Durgin [John Day's grandson] at the 4/10/11 Formal Unveiling of Harlan Day Drive sign, Talley Day Park

Councilman Weiner addressing audience at April 10, 2011 Harlan Day Drive naming with family members John Day, Sharon Day Lynch and Chris Durgin

Councilman Weiner addressing audience at April 10, 2011 Harlan Day Drive naming with family members John Day, Sharon Day Lynch and Chris Durgin

 

 

On January 4, 2011, Councilman Bob Weiner spoke to the 4th Grade Webelos from Cub Scout Troop 67 in Brandywood Elementary School as a part of their citizenship requirement.  He explained the difference between state and county government as well as his work with Brandywine Hundred civic associations.  Councilman Weiner also highlighted ways the cub scouts can serve their community.  Justin O'Toole, one of the cub scouts, said, "I learned about community service and that we can help by cleaning up parks, adopting a highway, and taking down graffiti."  Councilman Weiner also shared important phone numbers for county services such as the emergency sewer hotline and the park services.  Before departing, he encouraged the boys to continue to play an active role in their community.  

 

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4/21/2017
  A low-lying, flood prone portion of Talley Day Park in Brandywine Hundred to become a wetland
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  Plan to develop Brandywine Country Club development plan sets stage for rezoning debate - News Journal
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  Brandywine Country Club development plan returns
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"Bob Weiner has done a great job in developing and constantly keeping a watchful eye over the Talley Day County Park and its dog park. I live on Wilson Road directly across the street from the park. I talk to many pet owners who just love the park. Many have told me that it's very relaxing there and they love the fact that their dogs can play together in a secure environment. When Bob walks around the park with his two dogs he stops to say hi to everyone. He certainly deserves credit for a job "well done" and I thank him for that along with so many pet owners. "

Jo Ann Parent

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