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Strong Winds And Surf Conditions Erode Beach Over Weekend

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Control Burn At State Park Last Week To Help Prevent Future Fires

Crews working for the North Carolina Division of State Parks conducted a prescribed burn Thursday April 18th. Crews burned under brush to help reduce fuel that could lead to more intense forest fires and to help promote a healthier ecosystem.

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Sunny Warm Days Bring Out People, Ticks And Mosquitoes

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HOA Files Appeal To Carolina Beach Garbage Transfer Station Permit

The Carolina Beach Town Council approved relocating their trash transfer station to land located adjacent to a residential neighborhood at their March 12, meeting after hearing from residents opposed to the plan.

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Council Gets Recommendation For Fire Department Expansion Contractor

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Freeman Park Rules Changed To Address Trash; Human Waste; Furniture

The Council held several public hearings at their April 9th meeting regarding banning household furniture, portable human waste devices and additional penalties for Freeman Park.

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Carolina Beach Council To Consider Shorter Meetings

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Carolina Beach Council Votes To Take Next Step In Planning Pool Project

Rendering of a proposed 204,000 gallon, 25 yard, 8-lane, NCAA compliant swimming pool to be located adjacent to the Town's recreation center.

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NCDOT to Hold Public Meeting to Discuss Upcoming Work on Third Street U.S. 421 in Wilmington

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Council Approves New Tattoo Shop Permit At Pleasure Island Plaza

The Carolina Beach Town Council approved a controversial permit for a new tattoo studio to open in the former home to Island Pet Shop in the Pleasure Island Plaza on North Lake Park Blvd.

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Carolina Beach Mayor Bob Lewis Gives "State of the Town" Address

Carolina Beach Mayor Bob Lewis delivered the first ever "State of the Town" address prior to the Council's Tuesday April 9, meeting outlining the current position of the Town and future goals.

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