The Civic Association is composed of neighborhood residents - volunteers who donate their time, expertise, and love of the neighborhood.
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The annual meeting for all residents was held on Monday, November 10 at 7pm in the Carrcroft School Gym.
The Green Acres Civic Assoc. Board of Officers is elected for a two year term. President Ainbinder asked for any volunteers who wished to participate. All present affirmed the current board.
Scheduled speaker, Vince Jacono, representative from Delmarva Power, informed residents on the progress of equipment updates in the neighborhood. He indicated that residents would not begin to see any active work until March or April, however, evaluation of infastructure upgrades is ongoing. Replacement items have been budgeted for the 2015 fiscal year. Delmarva is confident that these repairs will lower community wide power outtages.
New GARA President Nancy Pierson-Mason presented plans to raise money for needed repairs to the community pool. She also announced an initiative for "senior" residents who might participate without buying a bond. She urged residents to support this wonderful neighborhood asset. Green Acres is the only North Wilmington neighborhood with 3 pools. You may contact her at email@example.com with any questions.