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Carolina Beach To Put Some Pier Property Land Up For Sale

One of several hotels purchased by the Town of Carolina Beach several years ago as part of a larger $4.3 million dollar land purchase to facilitate a future state-owned North Carolina Aquarium Pier on Carolina Beach Avenue North. The pier never materialized and now the Town is considering options to off-load some of the properties.

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Carolina Beach Raking The Lake To Remove Algae Growth

Employees with the Carolina Beach Storm Water Department raking the Carolina Beach Lake last week to remove algae growth.

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CFCC Board of Trustees Select Dr. Ted D. Spring as CFCC’s Next President

Dr. Ted D. Spring

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Wilmington City Council Renews Contract For Red Light Cameras

(Photo: United States Department of Transportation) The Wilmington City Council approved at their August 21, meeting to renew their contract for one year with American Traffic Solutions of Scottsdale, Arizona to Provide Automated Red Light Enforcement Services.

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Carolina Beach Council Adopts Smoking Ban; Delays Enforcement Until State Legislature Meets In 2013

Carolina Beach Town Manager Tim Owens advises the Town Council on a proposed beachfront smoking ban. The Town Attorney advised the Council they have no authority to enact such a ban. The Council approved adopting the smoking ban pending consideration for approval next year by the State General Assembly.

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City Council Opposes Use of Twin Trailer Trucks Between Military Cutoff Road and US 17

The Wilmington City Council voted 6 to 1 Tuesday August 21, to adopt a resolution opposing the use of trucks with twin-trailers on Market Street between SR 1409 (Military Cutoff Road) and US 17 (John J. Burney Jr. Freeway) in New Hanover County.

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Carolina Beach Council Exempts Patriotic Flags From Sign Ordinance

The Carolina Beach Town Council voted August 14, to exempt patriotic flags from the Town's sign regulations. The ordinance was amended earlier this year tightening up restrictions on the size and number of flags that could be displayed.

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New Hanover County Animal Services Unit Confronts 13th Rabies Case

New Hanover County Animal Services recorded the 13th 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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Sheriff's Deputies Arrest Two For Child Abuse; Gave Kids Drugs

Melissa Creekmore and Raymond Jones were arrested at Fort Fisher for taking and giving drugs to minors.

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