Mayor Purzycki, Governor Carney and the Rodney Square Conservancy Announce a $6 to 8 Million Renovation of Rodney Square

March 7, 2019

Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki, Delaware Governor John Carney and the Rodney Square Conservancy today announced the start of a $6 to 8 million dollar renovation of Wilmington’s main public square—Rodney Square—which was originally constructed in 1921. The Mayor and Governor said the City’s largest public square has suffered in recent years from deferred maintenance and is in need of a major aesthetic and infrastructure overhaul.

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