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D.E.E.D. Delawareans for Environmental and Economic Development Logo and Brochure Design Left: Front and back Right: Interior spread and logo design

{ OFFICERS } President, A. Richard Heffron Delaware State Chamber of Commerce VP, Brian McGlinchey Laborers-Employers Cooperation & Education Trust Treasurer, John J. Casey Delaware Contractors Association Secretary, J. Brian Murphy Murphy & Associates { POLICY EFFORTS }

1. Cosponsorship with Delaware Public Policy Institute (DPPI), of a study to make recommendations to state and local government decision makers to streamline and improve the development process in the state. The state adopted many of the report’s recommendations. 2. Innovative public financing and continued support for increased federal funding to assist the state with road, bridge, school, and infrastructure construction. 3. Legislation establishing Tax Increment Financing (TIF), a statewide program. 4. A statewide rolling reassessment to bring equity and uniformity to school district, county, and municipal property taxes . A portion of the reassessment should be allocated to the State Transportation Trust Fund (TTF). 5. The redevelopment of the hundreds of brownfields in the state. At present, these sites contribute very little to Delaware’s economy. Brownfields can be restored to economic productivity if owners and developers are given appropriate protections and funding incentives for clean-up. { FOUNDING BOARD MEMBERS }

Samuel Lathem, AFL-CIO Mark Kleinschmidt, New Castle County Chamber of Commerce Joseph T. Conaway, Conaway & Associates W. Michael McCabe, McCabe & Associates Roger Roy, The Burris Firm John J. McMahon, Delaware Secretary of Labor Andrew Lubin, Delaware Financial Group C. Scott Kidner, Kidner Associates Gary Patterson, American Petroleum Institute Harry Gravell, Delaware Building Trades Gerald Esposito, Tidewater Utilities Robert Maxwell, Maxwell & Associates Joseph T. Fitzgerald Jr., Fitzgerald Consulting

P.O. Box 6520 Wilmington, DE 19804-0120 302.576.6563 www.deed.online.org

DELAWAREANS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


In today’s difficult economic climate,

Formed in January 2007, Delawareans for Enviromental and Economic Development (DEED) is a unique coalition of Delaware labor and business leaders. What we have in common is our belief that economic growth and environmental protection are not mutually exclusive.

it is essential that Delawareans work together

DEED is committed to support balanced public policies that expand the tax base and create private sector jobs that enhance our environment. { IDENTITY }

As local business and labor leaders, we are committed to working together to support balanced policies that will create solid, good-paying jobs throughout Delaware. At the core of our work is the belief that we can bolster

to ensure sustainable growth and

our economy while maintaining, and even enhancing the integrity of our natural environment. { FOCUS }

We are concentrating on three areas we believe can positively contribute to the growth of Delaware’s economy. The three priorities are “transportation and infrastructure; the development process; and brownfields redevelopment”. { CONNECT }

long-term viability for our state’s workforce.

DEED members meet monthly to brainstorm new ideas, discuss upcoming legislation and make recommendations to federal, state, and local lawmakers. If you would like a seat at the table and a voice in shaping the future policies of Delaware, please join us. Together, we can meet the challenges of today with the solutions of tomorrow. If you have any questions, or want to become a member, contact DEED at our website

www.deed.online.org and a member will respond.


Delaware Center for Horticulture Map System for Annual Garden Contest Left: Front and Back Right: Interior spread with Map District System

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Angela Crowl 2210 West 9th St. 19805

18 Hedgeville Children’s Community Garden 301 South Jackson St. 19805

11 Tre Jones 2517 West 18th St. 19806

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Jane Dunaway 1815 Beech St. 19805

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Brian Fehnel 1912 Elm St. 19805 Janet & Richard Grayson 603 South Broom St. 19805 Jennifer Grayson 1329 Maple St. 19805

19 Lewis Elementary School 920 North Van Buren St. 19806 20 Wawaset Plaza 500 Greenhill Ave. 19805 21 Marcy Perkins-Friendship House 720 North Union St. 19805 22 Jodi Hudson 1804 Chestnut St. 19805

12 Sarah Green 904 McCabe Ave. 19802 13 Charissa Messer 1418 Lovering Ave. 19806 14 Catherine Matsen 2001 North Van Buren St. 19802

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Cassie & Joe Grey 1314 West 9th St. 19801

23 Blue Parrot Bar & Grille 1934 West 6th St.19805

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Tom Hopper 816 North Harrison St. 19806

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Joyce Kreider 714 South Broom St. 19805 9 Javette Lane 816 North Van Buren St. 19806 10 Kelly & Andy Lees 1131 West 7th St. 19805

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11 Alison Long 435 South Bancroft Pkwy 19805 12 Stephanie & Randy O’Brien 1411 West 7th St. 19805 13 David Schelat 1005 Kirk Ave. 19806 14 Prakash Seshadri 915 North Rodney St. 19806 15 Martha Ann Szczerba 1808 1/2 Elm St. 19805 16 Tammie Williams 1006 Kirk Avenue 19806 17 Kosciusko Park 588 South Broom St. 19805

Audrey C. Boys 2301 West 19th St.19806

Melissa Prado Dulin 1512 West 14th St. 19806 3 Kevin Melloy 2000 Riverview Ave. 19806 4 Amanda Tolino & Chris Curran 1414 Hamilton St. 19806 5 Joe Seward 200 West 18th St. 19802 6 Matthew Weinert 410 West 21st St. 19802 7 John Schoonover-Schoonover Studios 1616 North Rodney St. 19806 8 Jasper Crane Rose Garden North Van Buren & N Park Dr. 19802 9 Sister Cities Garden North Van Buren & N Park Dr. 19802 10 Thomas Burke-1401 Condo Association 1401 Pennsylvannia Ave. 19806

12 Sojourner’s Place Garden 2901 Governor Printz Blvd 19802 13 Riverview Cemetery 3300 North Market St. 19802 14 Kathleen Geer 4407 Emerson Rd. 19802 15 Anthony Borsello & Colby Burne 311 West 38th St. 19802

15 Becky McLaughlin 1321 Gilpin Ave. 19806

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Gwendolyn Adams 827 North Monroe St. 19801

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Hazel Brown-Hattie Phelan Community Garden 1005 North Pine St. 19801

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Terri Evans 802 West 11th St. 19801

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Julia Kegelman & Matt Allmond 704 West 28th St. 19802

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Maureen Whilby 618 West 26th St. 19802 4 Brown Burton Winchester Park 688 East 26th St. 19802 5 12th & Brandywine Urban Farm 12th St. & Brandywine St. 19802 6 Erin Piretti & Dominic Costelli 3017 North Van Buren St. 19802 7 Samuel Garrett Community Garden 35th St. & Locust St. 19802 8 Shearman Street Garden 402-404 Shearman St. 19801 9 Maria Cabrera 224 West 34th St. 19802 10 Gloria & Henry Dickerson 500 West 38th St. 19802 11 Verna & Aaliyah Wright 22 Kings Grant Way 19802

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Sherri Graham 902 North Adams St. 19801 Alfie Moss 834 Spruce St. 19801 Alice Ross 302 North West St. 19801

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Bloomsberry Flowers 207 North Market 19801

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YWCA Home Life Mgmt Center 709 Madison St. 19801 8 YWCA Single Woman’s Residence 225 King St. 19801 9 Valley Community Garden 8th St. & Jefferson Streets 19801 10 DuPont Environmental Education Center 1400 Delmarva Ln 19801 11 Mt. Joy United Methodist Church 451 Townsend St. 19801

A Short History of the Wilmington City Gardens Contest For thirty years, the Delaware Center for Horticulture has sponsored the

Wilmington City Gardens Contest,

a friendly competition that promotes urban greening and inspires civic pride among residents.

The contest began as a small neighborhood competition in South Wilmington. It grew to encompass gardens of every size in 17 categories. Over the years, more than 6,000 individuals have participated as judges and entrants. Today, the wide diversity of gardens -- cultivated by homeowners, renters, business owners, community organizations, churches and schools -- offers a convenient way to get new ideas and ask questions of the proud people who created these urban oases. The gardens on the tour are as varied as their owners: featuring containers, flowers, vegetables, wildlife habitat, trees, architectural details, water features and more. Volunteer judges have said that visiting these private gardens is a great “opportunity to see the wonderful things that people are doing in the city.”

Historically, teams of judges have evaluated contest entrants, but in 2012, in celebration of the 30th anniversary, the format was changed to allow the public to take part and vote online in the first-ever Wilmington City Gardens People’s Choice Tour. A colorful map of participating gardens allows the public to find and visit as many as they like throughout the two-day self-guided tour. In addition to the tour, the 30th anniversary events also feature a photography exhibit in TheDCH Art Gallery of winning gardens from past years, and a Progressive Dinner & Private Gardens Tour of some of Wilmington’s most impressive gardens. “Everything we’ve planned is about celebrating what is going on in Wilmington, and letting the public see what gardeners and TheDCH have been doing,” says Marcia Stephenson, Special Events & Volunteer Coordinator. “We invite you to explore and discover hidden gems, perhaps in neighborhoods you’ve never set foot in before. If you go, you’ll be inspired.”

The City Gardens People’s Choice Tour & 2013 commemorative calendar are enabled by the generous support of our sponsors

Photo by Eric Zippe

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Wine Time & Dessert of the Gardens-Enjoy four 90+ point/boutique/premium wines not found on our wine by the glass menu paired with artisanal cheeses, tasting notes, and great conversation $25(regularly $29) PLUS A COMPLIMENTARY DESSERT OF THE

4 Blue Parrot Bar & Grille 1934 West 6th St. Wilmington, DE 19805 www.blueparrotgrille.com 302-655-8990 20% Discount for lunch both days 5 Wilmington Wine Company 510 Greenhill Ave. Wawaset Plaza Wilmington, DE 19805 www.wilmingtonwineco.com 302-571-9830 15% Discount both days

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3 Domaine Hudson 1314 North Washington St. Wilmington, DE 19801 www.domainehudson.com 302-655-9463

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Don’t forget to vote for your favorite gardens from each district on our website. We need your email for you to be able to register to vote online. Go to www.thedch.org to register. Winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony at TheDCH on September 6, 2012, at 7 pm. We would like to thank our sponsors who made this tour possible and the restaurants who are offering garden visitors discounts on the days of the tour. We hope you will take advantage of their offers.

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Thank you for helping celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Wilmington City Gardens Contest with the new People’s Choice Tour. We hope you enjoy seeing all of the beautiful gardens and green spaces scattered throughout Wilmington. On this tour you will see public parks, business gardens, community gardens, and private gardens, many of which have never been seen by the public. We hope that you will be inspired.

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