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Health Officials Warn about Mosquito-Borne Illness

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New Hanover County Hires First Public Affairs Manager

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Carolina Beach Council Working To Resolve Military Land Lease Issues

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New Sign Regulations For Carolina Beach Start July 15; Public Meeting Set To Inform Business Owners

The Carolina Beach Town Council recently approved sign ordinance amendments to give business owners more options for temporary and permanent signs following a long period of non-enforcement. The Town will begin enforcing sign regulations July 15. An informational meeting is set for July 12.

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Carolina Beach To Consider New Cell Tower Ordinance; 150' Tall Tower

Photo: U.S. Department of Agriculture: An application has been submitted to the Town of Carolina Beach to locate a 150' cell tower at 202 South Dow Road. The Planning Department is also bringing forth a new cell tower ordinance for the Town Council to consider at their July 10th, meeting.

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Carolina Beach Council Approves Replacing Tennis Courts

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North Carolina Records First Child Death from Overheating in a Vehicle Since 2009

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services reminds parents to exercise vigilance to keep children out of unattended vehicles following the death this month of a 2-year-old Burke County child.

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Carolina Beach And County To Help Kure Beach Fund Beach Nourishment Project

The Carolina Beach Town Council and New Hanover County Board of Commissioners voted last week to help fund the 2012 Kure Beach renourishment project after state funding was eliminated from the budget.

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Carolina Beach Council To Discuss Banning Smoking On Beach Strand

The Carolina Beach Town Council will take public input at their upcoming Tuesday July 10 meeting on a potential smoking ban on the beach exluding Freeman Park on the north end.

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