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Carolina Beach Votes To Relocate Operations Department To Federal Point Shopping Center

The Federal Point Shopping Center on North Lake Park Blvd will soon have a new tenant, the Town of Carolina Beach Operations and Public Works Department.

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Snow’s Cut Bridge Reduced To 2 Lanes For Four Months Starting Monday Oct. 29th for Rehabilitation Project

The four-lane Snow's Cut Bridge leading onto Pleasure Island will be reduced to one lane in each direction starting Monday October 29th. Earlier this week the North Carolina Department of Transportation announced an earlier start for lane-reductions and later moved it to Monday. At least any two of the lanes will be closed for four months during a bridge rehabilitation project.

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2012 General Election Absentee One Stop Early Voting Starts Oct. 18th

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Help Your Trick-or-Treaters Stay Safe

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Wilmington City Council Votes To Oppose 30% Insurance Rate Hike

The Wilmington City Council voted at their October 16, meeting to oppose proposed insurance rate increases across the State.

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Progress Energy Proposing Rate Hike Average Of 14 Percent

Progress Energy recently filed with State officials to increase power rates.

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After Storage Yard Proposal Canceled; Town To Sell Spartanburg Properties

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County Commissioners Almost Cancel Meeting; Berger A No-Show

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2012 General Election Absentee One Stop Early Voting Starts Oct. 18th

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Carolina Beach Council Votes To Sell All Aquarium Pier Properties

Just some of the oceanfront and other Carolina Beach Avenue North properties purchased by the Town of Carolina Beach in 2009 for a future Aquarium Pier that never materialized. Now the properties are for sale.

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Carolina Beach Council Says Not In Favor Of Connecting To CFPUA

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.

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