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Renaming Binge Looms In Delco? — Delaware County (Pa) Council last night, June 7, voted 5-0 to change the administrative code concerning the process to rename county buildings and other property.
So what new names can we now expect?
Sports Complex Gets Tax Exemption From Delco — Delaware County Council, last night, June 7, unanimously passed a resolution giving the Philadelphia Union soccer team a county property tax exemption for a 31-acre property it is developing next to Subaru Park in Chester.
The for-profit complex will include athletic fields and a structure. Youth leagues are expected to be among its customers especially for tournaments. The fields should be ready by the fall and the building in about a year.
The area will include a river walk which is presumably open to the public.
Council also unanimously amended the administrative code to remove the requirement that employees of Delaware County Conservation District be exempted from the county’s residency requirement.
Controller Joanne Philips objected to the change noting that waivers were already available if necessary.
Ms. Phillips was later cited by Council for her office having received a certificate of achievement for excellence in financial reporting from the Government Finances Association for the United States and Canada.
Council announced that summer concert series is starting and that there will be a Juneteenth celebration, June 19, at Rose Tree Park featuring music and food. The food truck will be set up at 4 p.m.
Also it was announced that $1 million in loans was available at 2 percent interest for brownfields cleanup.
Also it was announced that applications for Delco Greenway Grants are being accepted. The program has created 13 miles of walking trails for the county along with 240 acres of open space.
A contract was approved, 4-0, between the Department of Human Services and the Child Guidance Resource Centers for the next fiscal year. Councilwoman Christine Reuther had to recuse her self.
There were 29 agenda items approved unanimously including a six-year $4,273,401.98 contract with Thomas Reuters Court Management Solutions for moving the Civil Case Management System to the Microsoft Azure cloud, upgrading the the Civil Case Management System; and moving the Family Law section to electronic filings.
Also the county will be buying four Scotsman ice machines for Fair Acres for $30,301.08.
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