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What are the physical boundaries for the Seagate community?

Jim Ware
StarNews

In a document titled “Existing Conditions — Seagate Neighborhood Plan” on the city of Wilmington’s website, the boundaries of Seagate are described: “Historically, Seagate extended from Hawthorne Avenue to the west, southward across Oleander Drive (including the Seagate Cemetery and Bradley Creek Elementary School), and westward to Bradley Creek.”

The document notes that longtime Seagate residents considered Seagate to encompass a larger area.

Related link:

PDF: Existing Conditions – Seagate Neighborhoodl Plan

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