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Saturday, February 27, 2021

A Friendly PSA For Wilmingtonians

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Ken Grant
Ken Grant
Ken Grant has spent most of his life in Delaware, loves being in all three counties, works for the only U.S.-based manufacturer of Thin Layer Chromatography Plates, is married to an incredible woman who is willing to put up with his antics and is the father of two teenagers who have agreed to wait at least another 20 years before writing the books about their “adventurous” childhood.

Lately I’ve been getting stories from people who have been getting parking tickets in the city of Wilmington before they have a chance to get out of their cars to put money in the meter.

One person appealed the ticket and was denied by the city, citing Sec. 37-263 of the city code:

“When any vehicle shall be parked in any space along side or next to which there is located a parking meter, the owner, operator, manager or driver of such vehicle shall upon entering such parking space immediately deposit the minimum required amount of coins of the United States in such parking meter…”

Based on that code, we’re all guilty (at least those of us who have parked on the street in Wilmington).

So, I got some great volunteers together (you know who you are!) and we produced this helpful PSA for the city of Wilmington:

 

And yes, there will be more.

 

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COVID cases decline; more than 200,0000 vaccines given; state continues testing

The state has created a way for people to report violations of the state's vaccine policy

UD ramps up restrictions designed keep COVID cases from continuing to climb

The university brought 4,000 students back to campus for spring and one of the new rules says they are not allowed to have visitors.

New program allows people to dine out and help raise money for Do More 24 campaign

Restaurants will offer specials, and a portion of the sales will be donated, but that portion will be paid by a sponsor.
- Thank you to our sponsor -
- Thank you to our sponsor -

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