Robert Weiner - District 2
Council Members Ken Woods, Bob Weiner and Janet Kilpatrick presented a grant check today to help support the A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children's upcoming prom for the kids.
A.I. DuPont Childrens Hospital Prom
Presenting a grant to Nemours - A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children
Councilman Bob Weiner was sworn in for a new 4 year term on November 10. 2014
Councilman Bob Weiner being sworn in after his re-election to the New Castle County Council.
Councilman Robert Weiner
Councilman Bob Weiner honored the M.S. Northern Sun's rescue of the Tug "Menominee" survivors.
Council Members Bob Weiner and John Cartier presented a Council Resolution dedicating the new Hanby School.
Council President Tom Kovach and Councilman Bob Weiner hosted a visit by Boy Scout Troop 70.
Councilman Bob Weiner presented a grant check to the Concord Soccer League.
Councilman Bob Weiner participated in the 2012 Claymont Holiday Parade.
Council Members John Cartier and Bob Weiner presented a Council Resolution congratulating Corporal Amy Kevis on her retirement.
Bob with the Chinese American Community Center (CACC) Folk Dance Troupe
Bob hard at work at the Talley Day Bark Park Cleanup Day
Bob Weiner & Beth Shalom Choir volunteer to sing at Kutz Home
Council President Chris Bullock, Dave Grimaldi, Yaron Sideman (Mid Atlantic Region Consul General) and Councilman Bob Weiner.
Councilman Weiner spearheaded the Fall 2013 Talley Day Bark Park Maintenance Day.
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Passionately Serving You
Do you need help? Can't find anyone to help you? Have a problem to report? If you are looking for assistance with a county-related matter, Councilman Bob Weiner can help! Please feel free to contact his office at 302-395-8362.
Bob Weiner's commitment to civic involvement led to his decision to seek the office of New Castle County councilman for District 2 in 1996. The district includes western Brandywine Hundred, Greenville, and Centreville. During his tenure, Bob has fought against over-development and for upgrades to our community's infrastructure, including sewer, drainage, and transportation systems. Bob accepts no contributions from developers who profit from County Council decisions although such contributions are not illegal.
Bob welcomes the opportunity to speak at your civic association meeting about timely issues of importance and to address your community concerns. You can contact Bob through Louis Hinkle, his Senior Legislative Aide, by phone at 302-395-8362 or by email.
The Volunteer Citizens Anti-Graffiti Brigade continues to serve the citizens of New Castle County in its efforts to clean away graffiti and improve areas of our council district that have been directly impacted by graffiti. We cannot thank them all enough for their public service. If you see them working to clean graffiti, please take a moment to stop and thank them! On behalf of all residents, thank you Graffiti Brigade captains R.J. Miles, Issac Walker, Chuck Stirk, Phil Lavelle, and Rob Cameron!
Bob has a long history of commitment to our community. From 1986-1996, Bob served as zoning vice president for the Council of Civic Organizations of Brandywine Hundred, a civic umbrella group representing over 80,000 residents. He developed an expertise in land use law and a reputation for fighting to protect the interests of our community while at the same time supporting responsible development. Since his first election to New Castle County Council in 1996, and his re-election in 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, and 2014, Bob has authored numerous articles concerning land use issues, which have appeared in publications nationwide and in Delaware. He is regularly asked to speak on land use growth management issues to national, professional, legal, and civic groups.
Until his retirement in 2016, Bob was engaged in the general practice of law in Wilmington, Delaware. His legal career spanned 40 years; the last 15 years with Fox Rothschild LLP. Weiner is a 1972 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Delaware with a B.A. in Political Science. He graduated from Temple University School of Law in 1975.
His wife, Cindy, was the founder and owner of Celebrity Kitchens, a cooking school, in Wilmington, Delaware. He has two daughters, Ellen and Rachel.
Other Positions Held
- Chairman, Ad Hoc County Council Committee responsible for New Castle County and Delaware Department of Transportation Crafting Innovative Traffic Monitoring and Mitigation Agreement Guidelines
- Chairman, National Association of Counties (NACo) Land Use and Growth Management Subcommittee, 2000-2008
- Chairman, National Association of Counties (NACo) Sustainability Leadership Team, 2002-2008
- Chairman, New Castle County Council Technology Subcommittee
- Co-chair, New Castle County Council Boards and Commissions Subcommittee
- Delaware Greenways Advisory Committee
- Member, National Association of Counties (NACo) Energy, Environment, and Land Use Steering Committee, 1997-present
- Member, Music School of Delaware Board of Directors 2015-present
- Adas Kodesch Shel Emeth Men's Support Group (president, 1994-2001)
- A.K.S.E. Congregation (past executive board member)
- Adas Kodesch Shel Emeth Congregation
- American Planning Association (APA), Delaware Chapter (past member)
- Brandywine Region Republican Committee
- Centreville Civic Association (past member)
- Civic League for New Castle County
- Claymont Business Owners Association (past associate member)
- Claymont Renaissance
- Council of Civic Organizations of Brandywine Hundred (past zoning vice president)
- Delaware Association of Counties
- Delaware Greenways
- Delaware Republican Party
- Delaware State Bar Association
- Friends of Brandywine Hundred Library
- Friends of Brandywine Park (past member)
- Friends of Rockwood Museum (past member)
- Member of Darley Society Advisory Committee (past member)
- National Association of Counties
- Preservation Action (past member)
- Preservation Delaware
- Temple Law School Alumni Association
- University of Delaware Alumni Association
- Wilmington Republican Council of Women (past associate member)
- Wilmington Ski Club (past member)