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Congress Approves $9.3 Million For Local Beach Nourishment Projects

Congress recently approved $9.3 million dollars to fund beach nourishment in Carolina Beach and Kure Beach.  While local leaders welcome the funds, the continuing trend of last-minute funding measures for such projects has caused local governments to plan for a future without federal funding.

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Carolina Beach To Consider Utility Bill Increase For Recycling

Larger recycling bins near the entrance to the Carolina Beach Town Council meeting room at Town Hall. The Council will consider options to replace smaller bins with roll-out containers at their December 11, meeting.

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Woody White Voted New Chairman Of County Board of Commissioners

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16 People Apply For Appointment To Vacant Carolina Beach Mayor and Council Seats

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Carolina Beach Police Beat: Be a Smart and Safe Shopper

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Carolina Beach To Consider Changes For Home Business Regulations

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Carolina Beach Council Decides No Public Interviews For Mayor, Council Appointees

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Carolina Beach Council Seeking Ways To Keep Town Garage

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Income Tax Prep Volunteers Needed

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Carolina Beach Seeking New Home For Beach Garbage Dumpsters

The Town of Carolina Beach has to relocate dumpsters from their Operations yard to hold beachfront refuse during the busy summers months. Currently they have until March to relocate them but have no definite option at this time.

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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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