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More than 200 City of Wilmington residents, business owners, neighbors and friends stopped by the Delaware College of Art & Design Market Street Gallery to meet Mayor-Elect Dennis Williams, who takes office January 8. Hosted by Downtown Visions and the City of Wilmington, the event included remarks from Williams, Downtown Visions’ Martin Hageman and City Councilwoman Hanifa Shabazz.

Photos: Downtown Visions and Town Square Delaware

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