Why I am running for re‑election

The residents of western Brandywine Hundred in northern New Castle County deserve a County Council representative committed to conservation, historic preservation, an open government, and a smarter approach to land use which secures our high quality of life.

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Legislative Highlights

2021

New Castle County to Require New Homes to be EV-Charger Capable

New County law leads the way in the State for the EV future

Durham signs on to Back from the Brink letter to President Biden & U.S. Congress to support common sense policy solutions to prevent nuclear war

All new streetlights in NCC after January 1, 2022 will now be LED thanks to Dee

Ordinance #20-112 (Sub.1) Mandates Historic Properties Acquired by NCC be Placed in Historic Overlay Zoning Districts in order to enhance protection

2020

Durham Launches Little Free Library Program

Launching the Little Free Library Giveaway!

Durham Spearheads Comprehensive Historic Preservation NCC Code Revisions (Ord #20-071)

Durham partners with Recorder of Deeds, Mike Kozikowski, to Address Vestiges of Redlining Language in Civic Association Deed Restrictions & Bylaws

Resolution #20-180 Urging the United States Congress to Enact the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act

Durham Establishes NCC Historic Marker Program

Ordinance 20-093 exempts the obligation to register a vacant property when zoned Historic (H) or when the (H) re-zoning process has been initiated on eligible properties; and also clarifies the conditions for a one-time waiver of the annual vacant property registration fee.

Durham's Ordinance #20-038 to Assist Little Free Library Installations

2019

Durham's Ordinance #19-106 Re-Establishes historic tax credits which had sunset

Ordinance 19-080 clarified the application process and timeline for HRB demolition requests

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All Legislation Sponsored or Co-Sponsored by Dee

Link to All NCC Legislation Sponsored by Dee

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