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Carolina Beach Police See Increase In Boat, Trailer Thefts

The Carolina Beach Police Department has been busy investigating cases where boats are stolen on their trailers or right from the dock.

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New Hanover Names New Assistant County Manager

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Carolina Beach Council To Consider New Sign Ordinance Changes

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Carolina Beach Town Manager To Update Council On Sunny Point Lease

The U.S. Army has notified the Town of Carolina Beach they are in violation of their lease on land in the Sunny Point Buffer Zone used for the sewer treatment plant. They are requiring a plan to remedy the issues in June and compliance by the end of this year.

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Carolina Beach To Hold Public Hearing On Proposed Budget June 12

The Carolina Beach Town Council will consider a budget proposal for fiscal year 2012-2013 with a reduction in property taxes and no increase in utility fees.

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County Commissioners Hear Update On Future Of Incinerator

The New Hanover County Board of Commissioners voted earlier this week to begin negotiations with a private company to rehabilitate and manage their waste to energy facility.

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NCDOT Awards $4.6 Million Contract to Rehab Snow's Cut Bridge

A project to rehabilitate Snow's Cut Bridge onto Pleasure Island could start in July. The North Carolina Department of Transportation recently awarded a contract to resurface the over 50 year old structure and make other improvements.

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County Commissioners To Hold Public Hearing On Budget June 4th

New Hanover County will hold a public hearing June 4, at 6PM on the proposed budget for the 2012-2013 fiscal year beginning July 1. The County released a summary of the proposed budget on Friday June 1.

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New Hanover County No-Cost Rabies Clinic June 2, 2012

A free rabies clinic will be held June 2, in New Hanover County.

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Smooth Holiday Weekend Drive After Return To Four Lanes On Lake Park Blvd

Even with the expected higher than normal volume of traffic over the Memorial Day weekend, traffic in Carolina Beach flowed smoothly. Last month the Town of Carolina Beach paid $200,000 to the State to replace a failed Road Diet with the original four-lane traffic pattern to resolve massive congestion experienced in recent years.

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