Mayor speaks to Lions


At the regular meeting of the Wilmington Lions Club on March 6, Mayor John Stanforth informed members of various happenings occurring throughout the city. Subjects covered included parks, trees, street repair and code enforcement. After being in the construction business for 37 years, Stanforth is very familiar with good work ethics. Shortly after taking over the office of mayor he told his department heads that he expected them to be “truthful, lawful, and do what is best for the city.”


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At the regular meeting of the Wilmington Lions Club on March 6, Mayor John Stanforth informed members of various happenings occurring throughout the city. Subjects covered included parks, trees, street repair and code enforcement. After being in the construction business for 37 years, Stanforth is very familiar with good work ethics. Shortly after taking over the office of mayor he told his department heads that he expected them to be “truthful, lawful, and do what is best for the city.”

At the regular meeting of the Wilmington Lions Club on March 6, Mayor John Stanforth informed members of various happenings occurring throughout the city. Subjects covered included parks, trees, street repair and code enforcement. After being in the construction business for 37 years, Stanforth is very familiar with good work ethics. Shortly after taking over the office of mayor he told his department heads that he expected them to be “truthful, lawful, and do what is best for the city.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/03/web1_100_4620.jpgAt the regular meeting of the Wilmington Lions Club on March 6, Mayor John Stanforth informed members of various happenings occurring throughout the city. Subjects covered included parks, trees, street repair and code enforcement. After being in the construction business for 37 years, Stanforth is very familiar with good work ethics. Shortly after taking over the office of mayor he told his department heads that he expected them to be “truthful, lawful, and do what is best for the city.” Courtesy photo