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Carolina Beach Council To Meet Nov. 16 On Infrastructure Projects

The Carolina Beach Town Council agreed October 9th, they are not in favor of connecting to the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority for water service in the future. A meeting is set for November 16, to discuss water supply and other infrastructure projects.

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Carolina Beach Moves Operations Department Into New Home

The Town of Carolina Beach Operations Department has moved into a new 8,000 square foot space with outdoor storage in the Federal Point Shopping Center on N. Lake Park Blvd. The Army notified the Town they had violated a land lease earlier this year.

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Council To Consider Expanding Residential And Public Recycling Options

The Carolina Beach Town Council will consider expanding recycling options for all customers and providing public recycling containers at various locations during their November 13, meeting.

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Police Need Help Identifying Criminals For Larceny of Credit Cards and Fraud

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Carolina Beach Police Beat: Crosswalk Safety

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Final Unemployment Extension Program Set To End December 29

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20th Positive Case Of Rabies For 2012 In New Hanover County

New Hanover County Animal Services recorded the 20th case of rabies confirmed this year. Pet owners are reminded to make sure their pet's rabies vaccination is up to date.

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Local Election Results In; Romney Concedes To Obama Reelection

Around 3PM today at Carolina Beach Town Hall. Rain and cold weather didn't deter a steady number of voters venturing out to cast their ballots. A few campaign workers braved the weather to greet voters. Small lines developed earlier in the morning.

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Beach Nourishment Contractor Selected; Future Funding In Question

The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers recently opened bids from contractors to conduct a beach nourishment project in Carolina Beach and Kure Beach later this winter. It appears Weeks Marine of Louisiana was the lowest bidder.

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