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Carolina Beach Council To Discuss Freeman Park Festivals, Vendors and Operations September 11

The Carolina Beach Town Council will discuss festivals and vendors at Freeman Park at their September 11, meeting. Concerns were raised in June about activity at one popular festival set for September 7 and 8.

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County Libraries to open on Sundays beginning Sept. 9

Three New Hanover County Public Libraries will extend their hours starting September 9 including the Carolina Beach Branch.

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County Flu Clinics Set to Begin September 18

The New Hanover County Health Department will begin holding Flu shot clinics September 18. (Photo: Ohio.gov)

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New Hanover Restaurants and Patrons Benefit from New State Food Rules

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Coast Guard To Create Safety Zone During Snow's Cut Bridge Project

A view from atop Snow's Cut Bridge looking west towards the Cape Fear River. The U.S. Coast Guard is planning to create a safety-zone for vessels traveling the waterway during an upcoming bridge rehab project. The public can submit comments on the proposed project until September 20.

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Carolina Beach Request Proposals For Re-design Of The Town’s Website

The Town of Carolina Beach is requesting proposals to redesign their website.

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Kure Beach Council Request State Funding For Dow Road Project

Dow Road runs along the west side of Pleasure Island serving as a 55 mph route connecting Carolina Beach and Kure Beach. The Kure Beach Town Council adopted a resolution asking the state to fund improvements.

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Kure Beach Council Discusses Future Triathlon Event Fees

The Kure Beach Town Council voted August 15, to continue charging existing approved fees for events to the Annual Kure Beach Triathlon less some fees for lifeguard vehicles.

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Kure Beach Approves Retirement Insurance Coverage For Fire Chief

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School Buses Roll Across The State: Motorists Reminded To Watch Out For Children

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County To Discuss Beach Nourishment Funding: New Requirement Costly For County

The New Hanover County Board of Commissioners will discuss beach nourishment funding at their September 4th, meeting. The Army Corp of Engineers is requiring the County to sign an agreement to be 100 percent responsible for cost overruns and any liabilities incurred with the project. Historically, the federal, state, and local governments share in unanticipated costs.  

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