Rep. Kim Willams' Holiday Newsletter

Dear Neighbor,

Seasons Greetings! I hope you and your family have a safe and cheerful holiday season.

As always, please do not hesitate to reach out to my office if you have questions or concerns about anything in the 19th District. I look forward to hearing from you.

Wishing you peace, joy and happiness through the New Year,

Representative Kim Williams


School Choice will close on January 8th

The School Choice application period for the 2014-15 school year will close on January 8, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. For more information, please visit www.edline.net/pages/RedClay/Parents_and_Students/Choice.


Small Business Spotlight- The Habitat ReStore

The Habitat ReStore is a non-profit business venture supporting the community through the resale of new and used home improvement and renovation supplies. The Habitat ReStore specializes in the resale of overstocked/discontinued new and gently used merchandise, donated by manufacturers, stores, contractors and individuals. These items are sold to the public at a discount of 50%-90% off retail prices. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity's building operations.

The ReStore is located at 3312 Seminole Avenue in Wilmington, behind the Prices Corner McDonald's.

For more information, including store hours, please visit www.habitatncc.org/restore/index.php


New Castle County: Alarm Permit Registration

Through the implementation of the False Alarm Reduction Program, the reduction of false alarms has allowed county police officers more time to handle calls for service and become proactive in the communities of New Castle County.

At the program’s inception there were an average of 13,000 false alarms per year and a response time of approximately 25 minutes. New Castle County Police were losing over 300,000 minutes (5,000 hours) of officer time every year to false alarms. This is the equivalent of 2.5 officers spending an entire year working on false alarms. 

It has been shown that with implementation of a false alarm ordinance, false alarms could be cut by up to 40 percent. To download the online application to register your alarm system, please visit www2.nccde.org/police/AlarmRegistration/default.aspx