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Carolina Beach Gets Update On Required Rockwall Maintenance

Weather and an astronomical high tide caused rough surf conditions and over wash on the north end of Carolina Beach last week. The Carolina Beach Town Council was updated on an upcoming beach nourishment project and a requirement by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers to maintain a decades old rock wall along the oceanfront on Carolina Beach Avenue North. The State no longer permits rock walls on the beach but may allow "maintenance."

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Holidays Demand Increased Fire Safety Precautions

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Carolina Beach Council to hold Special Meeting November 20th

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Carolina Beach Council Discusses Parade Traffic During Bridge Project

Holiday events on Pleasure Island can generate a lot of traffic. Carolina Beach Police Chief Kurt Barley has been communicating with the North Carolina Department of Transportation regarding the rehab project for Snow's Cut Bridge that has reduced lanes from four to two. Traffic congestion is expected to be complicated as people leave the Island following the parade on November 30th in downtown Carolina Beach.

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UPDATED WITH AUDIO: Carolina Beach Town Manager And Two Elected Leaders Resign; Council Selects Interim Manager

Left to right: Carolina Beach Town Manager Tim Owens, Mayor Ray Rothrock and Councilman Lonnie Lashley. According to two council members and the Mayor, Owens has submitted his resignation and Rothrock and Lashley resigned their seats following a closed session at the end of their Tuesday November 13, meeting.

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Carolina Beach Council Meets To Discuss Interim Town Manager & Filling Mayor, Council Vacancies

The Carolina Beach Town Council is currently taking applications for a Town Manager, the Mayor and a Council member.

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Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry to Run Abbreviated Schedule Nov. 17

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Thanksgiving Holiday Closings For New Hanover County Government Offices, Attractions

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County Commissioners Approve Additional Deputies For Jail

The New Hanover County Board of Commissioners approved eight additional deputies for the Dention Facility at their November 13, meeting.

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