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What are the current progress of agenda from Pender County North Carolina
 
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Cathy Cooper interviews Kyle Bruer director Pender County planning zoning
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Pender Co. Land Use Plan
 
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*Aired Jan. 17th, 2018
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U.S. 17 Hampstead Bypass & Military Cutoff Road Extension Visualization
 
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A visualization of traffic conditions as part of the N.C. Department of Transportation's proposed improvements to the U.S. 17 and Market Street corridors in Pender and New Hanover counties. For more information, visit https://www.ncdot.gov/projects/US17HampsteadBypass/.
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Coping with flooding brings NC neighbors together
 
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(21 Sep 2018) Greg Lovell has called his Hampstead, North Carolina, neighborhood home for 15 years, but only while battling floodwaters after Hurricane Florence has he met other members of his community facing the same struggles. (Sept. 21) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Website: https://apnews.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP Facebook: https://facebook.com/APNews Google+: https://plus.google.com/115892241801867723374 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ ​ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9c24c4401cccbd1c9cc85b1d656d9143
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Concurrent planning and Making Medical Decisions
 
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In 2015 there were a number of legislative changes affecting child welfare practice in North Carolina. Two of the most significant relate to concurrent planning and the way medical decisions are made for children in foster care. In this webinar we answer questions about these changes and explore what they mean for child welfare professionals, their agencies, and families and children. Presenters: Danielle McConaga, NC’s Links Independent Living Program Coordinator; Erin Conner, a child welfare policy consultant from the NC Division of Social Services; Angie Stephenson, NC Assistant Attorney General for Child Welfare; and J.H. Corpening, chief district court judge for the 5th Judicial District, serving New Hanover and Pender counties of North Carolina.
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Pender EMS & FIre - EMS Week 2017
 
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Pender EMS and Fire week
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Hurricane Florence kills 5, including infant, in North Carolina, officials say
 
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Tropical Storm Hurricane Florence kills 5, including infant, in North Carolina, officials say Subscribe us for more videos and news! At least five people, including a mother and her infant, have died in North Carolina as Tropical Storm Florence slowly moved from the Tar Heel State into South Carolina, officials said Friday. After coming ashore in North Carolina as a Category 1 hurricane, Florence was downgraded to a tropical storm Friday afternoon and trudged into South Carolina as night came. Two people died in Wilmington after a tree fell on their house, the city's police department said. "WPD can confirm the first two fatalities of Hurricane #Florence in Wilmington. A mother and infant were killed when a tree fell on their house," police tweeted Friday afternoon. "The father was transported to (New Hanover Regional Medical Center) with injuries." The hospital said it has received three injured patients. In the town of Hampstead, emergency responders going to a call for cardiac arrest Friday morning found their path blocked by downed trees. When they got to the home, the woman was deceased, Chad McEwen, assistant county manager for Pender County, said. The fourth person who died was a man in Lenoir County who was hooking up a generator, Gov. Roy Cooper's office said. Another man in the county who was checking on his dogs outside was killed in what his family thought was a wind-related death Friday morning, emergency officials said. Florence was inching along Friday night into Saturday, trapping people in flooded homes and promising days of destruction and human suffering. Storm surges, punishing winds and rain are turning some towns into rushing rivers -- and the storm is expected to crawl over parts of the Carolinas into the weekend, pounding some of the same areas over and over. Subscribe my channel for more news and videos!!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxn1AfsefloiHzyH5GqjWnQ WELCOME TO MY CHANNEL!!! JOIN ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ************************************************* EMAIL ID: loveismani15@gmail.com ************************************************* YOUTUBE CHANNEL LINK: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxn1AfsefloiHzyH5GqjWnQ ************************************************* Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/neha.doll.771282 ************************************************* FOLLOW ON TWITTER : https://twitter.com/watchforfun15 ************************************************* GOOGLE PLUS LINK: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100993434134272867912/ *************************************************
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CFEDC Presents ‘FOCUS: Framework on Our Future’ at WHQR
 
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The Cape Fear Economic Development Council (CFEDC) presented a community conversation on “FOCUS: Framework for Our Future,” on April 28, at WHQR Gallery in Wilmington, N.C. Under a federal grant, the FOCUS consortium formed in 2012 to support local government­ efforts to coordinate planning and create a regional plan for sustainable development in Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender counties. For ideas, FOCUS engaged public and elected officials, held more than 40 meetings and received more than 4,000 public comments. Now, they have a draft plan, or framework, to present for public input. “It’s important for the community to see what FOCUS has accomplished, to join in the discussion, and to learn about how they or their organization can become involved,” says Hillary Meinheit, CFEDC chair. Jennifer Rigby, long range planner for New Hanover County and consortium chair, FOCUS Project Director Al Sharp and FOCUS Project Manager Adrienne Cox discussed the 10 strategies the consortium has identified for moving from the grant stage to the implementation phase of the FOCUS project. During a presentation of the findings, attendees had the opportunity to provide input on the plan and learned how to become part of the effort. FOCUS has made their data available to community organizations to use in grant applications for funding public/private projects that move the 10 strategies forward. “As we position our region for the future, the great work FOCUS has accomplished will provide a valuable opportunity to coordinate the many local government efforts, build sustained partnerships, communicate best practices and success stories, and monitor progress on implementation. This is a unique and exciting opportunity and we look forward to working with Cape Fear Economic Development Council,” says Rigby. The CFEDC organization represents a vision for the future economic development of the Cape Fear region that is actionable, sustainable, and that builds on existing strengths of the region. “Quality of place” is the lynchpin of the region’s future. A competitive educational system, thriving arts and culture, and natural beauty are guarantees of that quality. For more information, go to http://capefearedc.org.
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Edenderry GAA Club Plan Launch Night 2017
 
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On 13th April 2017 Edenderry GAA launched its 5 year Strategic Vision & Action Plan 2017-2022 in the presence of GAA President Elect John Horan, Leinster Co. Vice Chairman Pat Teehan & Offaly GAA Chairman Tommy Byrne. This extended video covers all speakers on the night including club Chairman Willie Forde, Ladies Chairman Niall Comerford & Development Committee Chairman Colm Cummins.
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TOUR CHEMOURS: A look at company's plan to keep GenX from you
 
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TOUR CHEMOURS: A look at company's plan to keep GenX from you
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Chatham County residents get a glimpse of plans for long-term growth
 
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Chatham County residents get a glimpse of plans for long-term growth
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animal chamber mtng
 
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Concerned residents speak out at the Brunswick County, N.C., Board of Health meeting Dec. 14, 2009, regarding the county's plan to activate a used, refurbished carbon monoxide gas chamber to euthanize unadoptable animals at the county shelter.
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Significant health concerns after Hurricane Florence
 
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The impacts from Florence are worsening as it brings catastrophic flooding in the eastern areas of North Carolina. Dozens and dozens of roads are closed and many towns are now completely inaccessible due to the life-threatening floods. International Medical Corps is working with local EMS authorities to reach the cut-off communities and access potential routes to provide urgently needed support. Burgaw in Pender County – a county of approximately 65,000 residents and 30 miles north of Wilmington, North Carolina – is one of the many currently inaccessible towns in need of life-saving assistance. The town has not been able to receive any medical support, the hospital has been evacuated and there have been some 300 swift water rescues within the area, with more expected. Our team has also been working with local authorities in Havelock, south of New Bern in North Carolina, to provide health and health-related services. The current shelter is far exceeding its capacity of 200. In one night alone, the city rescued 150 people from the flood waters, while power, water and waste management systems were down as of yesterday. Communication with Havelock, though, is becoming increasingly difficult as these communities are cut off. Our emergency advance team is working with state authorities to reach one of the many towns cut-off from care and in critical need of assistance, such as Burgaw or Havelock. We are deploying a shelter medical team – a team made up of a lead, physician, and registered nurses – to provide health services. We continue to work with partners on the ground to deploy mobile medical units and supplies, and plan to coordinate with the network of federally qualified clinics that serve low-income communities to determine how to best support them. Regarding the current situation, our U.S. Emergency Response Lead, Trevor Rhodes, states, “when people are cut off from their normal access to care due to the damage to the environment, the subsequent health complications that arise on day 2, 3, 4, 7, are the ones that are typically unprepared for and cause the greatest amount of harm.” We are also increasingly concerned about the affected populations’ livelihoods as miles of crops are completely flooded and destroyed. North Carolina is major supplier for soybeans, corn and more, raising alarms for both farmers and the overall status for agriculture in the areas. Given the dynamic and ever-changing situation on the ground, our teams are remaining flexible to provide support wherever it’s needed most, prioritizing communities that have not yet received assistance. Visit www.InternationalMedicalCorps.org for updates.
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Currie NC ranch home for sale Burgaw, Wilmington, pender
 
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Amazing opportunity on ranch for sale in Currie North Carolina pender county outside burgaw
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Native American Direct Loan Program for Veterans
 
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The Department of Veterans Affairs Native American Direct Loan (NADL) Program provides direct home loans from VA to eligible Native American Veterans to finance the purchase, construction, or improvement of homes on Federal Trust Land, or to refinance a prior NADL to reduce the interest rate. Learn more about the program as we tour a new home built by a Native American Veteran on Cherokee land in North Carolina.http://www.benefits.va.gov/homeloans/nadl.asp
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Roads, highways remain closed in NC amid flooding
 
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(17 Sep 2018) The remnants of Hurricane Florence are spreading more flooding across North Carolina as the storm heads northeast. Many roads and highways remained closed as rising waters kept drivers from passing through. Some residents abandoned their flooded cars on New Center Drive in Wilmington. Signs on a flooded highway leading out of the city said "ROAD CLOSED." Only power crews and emergency vehicles were allowed through on Route 117 in Pender County, due to flooding from the Northeast Cape Fear River. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive​ Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/​​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/20fc885b32994988f0365a2dee8eecbf
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Students Discover 2016 Teacher experience - OLD VERSION
 
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Ant Picnic lesson plan available at studentsdiscover.org/lesson/ant-picnic Invisible Pathogens lesson plan available at studentsdiscover.org/lesson/invisible-pathogens More ant-themed resources at theantlife.com All teachers are 2016-17 Kenan Fellows. Paige Derouin teaches 7th and 8th grade science at Wake Young Men’s Leadership Academy in Raleigh. Maggie McKinley teaches 7th grade science at Burgaw Middle School in Pender County, NC. Michelle Hafey teaches 7th and 8th grade science at Penderlea School in Pender County, NC. Students Discover is a collaboration between North Carolina State University, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, Kenan Fellows Program, YourWildLife, The Science House and GrantProse, Inc. The project is funded by the National Science Foundation (Math & Science Partnership Grant #1319293). More at studentsdiscover.org
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Inverse Condemnation and Map Act of NC
 
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Inverse Condemnation and the Transportation Corridor Official Map Act of NC At last some good news for property owners in North Carolina: The Court of Appeals has directed the Department of Transportation to pay property owners for harm it caused by using a little known law to tie up the use of their property for more than 26 years. Since 1989, the State through its DOT has been preventing land owners from building on or improving their own real estate, if it happened to be located in areas that might be affected by future highway bypass projects. The Transportation Corridor Official Map Act allowed the state to “map” large areas of land around cities where the state thought it might someday want to build a bypass. And while the State was deciding whether and when and if to build these bypasses, the Map Act let it prohibit landowners from improving or building on property they owned within the mapped areas . The Department of Transportation has been filing these maps in order to depress property values around potential bypasses so that the state can later buy the properties for less than their actual worth if and when the State decides to build a bypass. This has been most apparent around North Carolina’s urban centers near interstate highways, in areas including: Raleigh and Wake County Winston-Salem and Forsyth County Greensboro and Guilford County Shelby and Cleveland County Wilmington and Pender/New Hanover Counties. Greenville and Pitt County Charlotte and Mecklenburg/Iredell County Goldsboro and Wayne County Fayetteville and Cumberland County In a nutshell, property owners have been prevented from obtaining building permits, doing renovations on their homes or businesses, subdividing or otherwise developing their land. And they also haven’t been able to sell their property, because who wants to buy land which may someday be part of a highway? Well, on February 17, 2015 the NC Court of Appeals in Kirby v. NC DOT finally struck down the actions of the state and has told the State that they can no longer tie up properties for an indefinite amount of time without paying the owners for the resulting damages. In this ruling the court has told the state that they must pay land owners for their land, even if they are not ready to move forward with the project. The court said this was inverse condemnation, because the state effectively “took” the land by rendering it of little or no value by not letting them to use their own land. Anne Fisher and I currently represent a number of landowners who have similar inverse condemnation claims stemming from the Map Act. If you are interested in learning more about your legal rights involving this inverse condemnation, as well as your rights to make claims for attorneys fees and interest, give us a call at (800)4 LAW MED, or visit our website at www.nclandlawyer.com
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Poplar Branch - Macleod Plan by American Homesmith
 
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The Macleod Plan by American Homesmith 2150sqft 3Bed/2.5Bath Bonus/Opt 4th Bed Granite Countertops Kenmore SS Appliances 9ft Ceilings 2 Car Garage Wall-Mount TV Pre-Wiring Fireplace w/ Gas Logs 9ft Ceilings Covered Front & Rear Porches 10 Year Warranty Topsail Schools in Pender County 3mi to Topsail Beach Poplar Branch Website: http://www.fmbnewhomes.com/new-home-communities/surf-city-nc/poplar-branch Poplar Branch Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/poplarbranchhomes American Homesmith: http://www.americanhomesmith.com/neighborhoods/surf-city/poplar-branch Caviness & Cates: http://www.cavinessandcates.com/community/poplar-branch
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Video of Student Presentation at Summer Institute
 
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http://www.newschoolsproject.org Diego Camposeco, 2010 graduate of Pender County Early College and Morehead-Cain Scholarship winner to UNC-Chapel Hill, shares about his early college experience during the closing session at NCNSP's Summer Institute 2010. During his remarks, Diego explains why taking the road less traveled has made all the difference and how he plans to change the world ahead. Website: http://www.newschoolsproject.org Twitter: http:://twitter.com/ncnewschools Facebook: http://facebook.com/ncnewschools
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February 2018 Advocacy Corner
 
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This month we keep our focus local, as we explore the issues surrounding Brunswick County Inspections, and the subsequent delays. We then shift gears to the Pender County Comp Plan, and finally we take a quick glance at our upcoming 2018 Elections.
Home For Sale: 102  Coppers Trl,  Wilmington, NC 28411 | CENTURY 21
 
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For more information visit http://102CoppersTrl.C21.com 102 Coppers Trl Wilmington, NC 28411 MLS 100133399 Beds: 4 | Baths: 3 Building Area: 3767 Sq. Ft. Location,Location,Location!! This Custom Built Home ''hardwood floors & 9ft ceilings throughout'' is ideally located on the backside of Scott's Hill Loop Rd ''on a dead-end cul-de-sac'' in Pender County ''Topsail School District'', & less than 500ft from Marsh Creek Marina & The Sail Fish Restaurant. The unique design of the home ''Reverse Floor Plan'' boast an open kitchen/living room on the 2nd floor flowing with natural light from the large Anderson Windows & Sliding Glass Doors, Master Bedroom, 2 Guest Bedrooms, Laundry Room, and a screened in back deck engulfed with privacy from the mature trees in the backyard. The ground floor could be used as a guest suite or mother-in-law suite. It has its own laundry room, bedroom, full bath, and private entry. Contact Agent: Garrett Cox Sweyer & Associates
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Poplar Branch -  Loblolly Plan by American Homesmith
 
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American Homesmith's The Loblolly Plan 2287sqft 4bed/2.5bath Unfinished 3rd Floor Granite Countertops Kenmore SS Appliances Wall-Mount TV Pre-Wiring 2 Car Garage 9' Ceilings Laminate Hardwoods in Main Living Areas Covered Porch City Water/Sewer 10 Year Warranty Topsail Schools in Pender County 3mi to Topsail Beach
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Rachel's Challenge - Pender County Schools
 
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October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and all of Pender County’s elementary schools are taking on Rachel’s Challenge to make their schools a better place. Through Rachel’s Challenge, students are encouraged to use kind words and do nice things, accept and include others, choose positive influences, set goals, and keep a journal.
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10.14 Acres Land for Sale in Merritt, Pamlico County, NC
 
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REDUCED! Here’s your chance to build your dream home. For sale is a contract to buy land at a discounted price for this 10.14 acres in the Masons Pointe subdivision which is conveniently located 2 ½ hours east of Raleigh. Or for the investor, this is the perfect location to build some retirement, vacation, or single family homes by subdividing the 10.14 acres into 10 one acre lots (Pamlico County has assessed one acre parcels on the same street, Arant Farm Rd., at appx $31,000 each). Power and water are in the area and a septic will be required if buyer wishes to build. People from around the world are drawn here by the magnificent rivers, creeks, sounds and the Intracoastal Waterway. There are 266 miles of navigable waters for boating, kayaking, sailing, fishing, etc. Pamlico County is a rich environment of land and water. The property is located in Merritt, NC, 40 minutes from New Bern. 10 minutes from Oriental and Bayboro, NC. A variety of habitats are found throughout the area, including open sound water, marshlands, and mixed pine and hardwood forests. Wildlife is abundant. The county is mostly bordered by water on three sides: Goose Creek and the Pamlico River on the north, Upper Broad Creek on the western boundary, the Neuse River to the south. All Masons Pointe homeowners are assessed an annual $400 POA fee that allows access to the community dock, available slips, boat ramp, boat storage, and kayak racking and set-ins. Also included are street maintenance, common area improvements, etc. The boating community is centrally located on NC’ s Innerbanks, just off Pamlico Sound. Compare for yourself to see the value. Again, Pamlico County has assessed one acre parcels on Arant Farm Rd. at appx $31,000 each. Our Contract is priced to sell quickly at a cash price of ONLY $45,000 for 10.14 acres (INCLUDING closing cost estimates). Act fast while this one is still available as this property is NOT listed on the Multiple Listing Service, so you can only get this bargain here and we coordinate a standard real estate closing w/title attorney. Buyers may wish to contact Pamlico County’s Planning and Development Department at (252) 745-3081 or the Masons Pointe Property Owners Assn. President at (804) 690-1413/(804) 717-8338 to confirm that this property is suitable for your needs. The County has no zoning, but if buyer wishes to build, they will need to comply with the Masons Pointe POA covenants. Use restrictions can be found in a link on our website. Some of the permitted uses are single family homes and camping is permissible for 7 days per month. Mobile homes are not permitted. This property is offered for sale through our Contract Assignment Program which means that we are assigning the contract that we have entered into with the owner to a buyer, and our price includes payment to the owner and all associated fees and closing cost estimates. A reputable title company and/or attorney will be handling the closing and transfer of title Subscribe to our video alerts: http://bit.ly/1ikoGtl We offer quality U.S. land for sale at bargain prices, making the dream of land ownership simple & affordable through flexible owner financing. Our range of land offerings include: + Rural Land + Residential Land + Commercial Land + Farm Land + Desert Land + Acreage Land + Mountain Land + Hunting Land + Forest Land + Cabin Land + More! My Website: http://www.landrushnow.com My Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/landrushnowcom My Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/landrushnow My Google +: https://www.plus.google.com/landrushnow My Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/company/grounded-properties-llc
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Tree Removal Burgaw Courthouse Square
 
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The Pender Commissioners are proposing to remove two-thirds of the trees on the courthouse square in Burgaw, due to their current condition and threat risk. The removal of the trees will be spread over a three year time period starting with the removal of eight trees in the northwest quadrant. The county plans to plant new trees in place of those removed.
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Five Dead In Carolinas As Florence Brings Floods
 
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WILMINGTON, N.C. (Reuters) - Florence barreled into the Carolina coast and moved inland on Friday, knocking down trees, overflowing rivers, dumping sheets of rain and leading to the death of five people before it was downgraded to a tropical storm still capable of wreaking havoc. A mother and her baby died when a tree fell on their home in Wilmington, North Carolina. The child’s injured father was taken to a hospital. In the state’s Pender County, a woman died of a heart attack; paramedics trying to reach her were blocked by debris. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/topNews/~3/0U_NslSYpe4/five-dead-in-carolinas-as-florence-brings-epic-floods-idUSKCN1LU0DZ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Reservations now open for paranormal tours at Poplar Grove
 
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PENDER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) -- Are you fascinated with the paranormal or curious to learn more? Poplar Grove Plantation is bringing back their popular Paranormal Tours this summer and reservations are filling up quickly. Between June and October, on the evenings of the full moon and new moon, enjoy a guided tour through the Manor House for possible paranormal activities. The plantation says deceased members of the Foy family household still make their presence known in particular rooms of the house, and there are lots of stories to share of how they have introduced themselves over the years. Cameras, cell phones, iPads and paranormal activity equipment are welcome.  Director of Tourism, Felicia Green said the full moon tours have been so popular, this year, they added tours on new moon nights as well. Tour dates are: June 28, July 12, July 27, August 10, August 26, September 9, September 24 and October 24. Tour times are at 8 p.m.; however, a 9 p.m. tour will be added if necessary. Tickets are $15 each and advanced reservations are required. To book reservations, click here. To learn more about Poplar Grove Plantation or to plan a daytime visit, click here.
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Roads, highways remain closed in NC amid flooding
 
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(17 Sep 2018) The remnants of Hurricane Florence are spreading more flooding across North Carolina as the storm heads northeast. Many roads and highways remained closed as rising waters kept drivers from passing through. Some residents abandoned their flooded cars on New Center Drive in Wilmington. Signs on a flooded highway leading out of the city said "ROAD CLOSED." Only power crews and emergency vehicles were allowed through on Route 117 in Pender County, due to flooding from the Northeast Cape Fear River. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive​ Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/​​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f6cf3ed9c7cf9a21aa6331fe6201901e
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Superintendent Sit-Down: Bladen County Schools
 
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BLADEN COUNTY, NC (WWAY) -- Bladen County Schools Superintendent Robert Taylor stopped by Good Morning Carolina on Tuesday to discuss current issues in the school district. It's been over a year and a half since Hurricane Matthew left devastation and flooding behind in our area and especially in Bladen County. Taylor said there was some damage to the schools but most of it was in the community with students and their families being displaced. He said in the time that's passed, the area has been able to recover from it. As for enrollment in schools, Taylor explained, despite the fact that NC-87 goes into Fort Bragg and Fayetteville, the school district has not seen a lot of change with the Fort Bragg base realignment plan.  When asked about the greatest challenge for Bladen County Schools, Taylor named finances as the top challenge. He noted that county commissioners do an excellent job providing for the district; however he said it is still a struggle. Tomorrow, thousands of teachers across North Carolina plan to take off school to rally at the state capitol. While New Hanover, Brunswick and Pender Counties will close school for the day because of the amount of teachers taking off, Bladen County Schools will operate as normal. Taylor addressed the planned rally and said he supports the teachers traveling to Raleigh. "We support the teachers and their effort. One of the things that we have to do is make a committed investment to education in North Carolina so we applaud teachers for taking that effort," Taylor said. "When teachers make a grassroots movement such as this, we need to take the opportunity to listen". Over the next few days, we are sitting down with the other superintendents from our area on Good Morning Carolina. Pender Co. Schools Superintendent Steven Hill is scheduled for Wednesday, May 16. New Hanover Co. Schools Superintendent Tim Markley is scheduled for Thursday, May 17. Columbus Co. Schools Superintendent Alan Faulk is scheduled for Friday, May 19. Whiteville City Schools Superintendent Kenny Garland is scheduled for Monday, May 21. We want to ask them about the questions that matter to you. E-mail your questions to newsroom@wwaytv3.com.
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44 Strut Way Rocky Point, NC 28457
 
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Take a look at the popular floor plan of the Morning Glory located at the Knolls st Turkey Creek, less than 20 minutes from Wilmington and Burgaw, NC.
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Tropical Storm Florence set to drop 2+ feet of Rain on NC today
 
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We've still got about 5 days left of this historical east coast rain event. Be prepared. Have a plan. & Help where you can. I apologize for this video cutting off abruptly. my microphone stopped working suddenly. God bless everyone, Stay Cool. T God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews Tshirts https://hitthebuttonbaby.com/ THORNEWS PO BOX 35946 HOUSTON TEXAS 77235-5946 the crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry/e091518.htm the wave master https://dabuh.com/ https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2018-09-14-hurricane-florence-north-carolina-impacts Hurricane Florence Strikes North Carolina: 5 Killed, Hundreds Rescued, 750,000 Without Power Hurricane Florence has knocked out power to more than 750,000 North Carolina homes and businesses. Authorities have confirmed five deaths from the impacts of the storm. Nearly 400 people have been rescued from flooding, and 100 others still need to be rescued. Hurricane Florence's rainy siege on North Carolina persisted Saturday, leaving entire towns swamped, dozens still needing rescue and at least five dead. Some 100 people were still awaiting rescue Saturday morning in New Bern, but nearly 400 had already been rescued, WXII-TV reporter Mallory Lane said in a tweet, citing a local official. New Bern, a city of about 30,000 residents, saw significant storm surge flooding after the Neuse River overflowed its banks and swept into the town. 341 people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy The storm's powerful winds claimed the lives of five people. Two died in Wilmington after a tree was blown into a home, local police announced Friday afternoon in a tweet. They said a woman and her infant child died at the scene, and the father was transported to a nearby hospital with injuries. A third death was confirmed in Pender County when a woman suffered a fatal heart attack and first responders couldn't reach her because of storm debris in the roadway, county spokeswoman Tammy Proctor told local media. Two deaths were confirmed in Kinston in Lenoir County, the Kinston Free Press reported. A 78-year-old man was electrocuted when trying to connect extension cords outside, Lenoir County Emergency Services Director Roger Dail said. A 77-year-old man's body was found by his family about 8 a.m. They thought his death was caused when he was blown down by the wind while he was checking on his on his hunting dogs, Dail said. Additionally, a fatality was reported at West Brunswick High School in Shallotte, North Carolina. While the school is in use as a shelter, the cause of death and any possible relationship to the storm are unknown. A teenager was seriously injured Friday when a tree limb fell on him and his father in Laurinburg, about 44 miles southwest of Fayetteville, WPDE reported. A Facebook post from the school the teen attends said he was in critical condition with a fractured skull and bleeding on his brain. The National Weather Service issued a flash flood emergency about 7 p.m. Friday for Carteret, Jones, Craven, and Pamlico counties. NWS said almost 2 feet of rain had fallen across Carteret County, resulting in widespread flooding of homes, businesses, and roads. An NWS employee in Newport reported 23.50 inches of rain had fallen by 10 p.m. A flash flood emergency also was declared about 6:30 p.m. for the Goldsboro and Princeton areas in Wayne County. Up to 10 inches of rain had fallen over Princeton, the NWS reported. It said numerous water rescues were taking place. With feet of rain still expected to fall in the coming days, the disaster was only getting started for the Tar Heel State. "Our predictions show that the Lumber and Cape Fear rivers will crest significantly higher than they did with Hurricane Matthew," said North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper. At an emergency meeting Friday night the Fayetteville City Council learned mandatory evacuations are expected to be imposed Sunday in flood-prone areas of the city, the Fayetteville Observer reported. City Manager Doug Hewett said several thousand people may have to be evacuated as the Cape Fear River continues to rise. Cumberland County is also expected to order evacuations.
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See the Savannah Model at Avendale by Southern Home Builders
 
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New Home Expert Chris Cunningham presents the Savannah Model at the Neighborhoods of Avendale in Pender County, near Wilmington, NC. See more at www.SouthernHomebuildersInc.com.
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N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper visits Pender County's Water Treatment Plant
 
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N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper visits Pender County's Water Treatment Plant By: Adam Wagner Published on: July 31, 2017 Source: http://www.tout.com/m/y3zdf1
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PENDER COUNTY PISCES.mov
 
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U.D.C ENT PRESENTS THE OFFICIAL YOUNG AND FREE PENDER COUNTY PISCES BIRTHDAY BASH!! MARCH 10th TIME: 10PM-UNTIL, PLACE: HERSEYS PLACE ON THE NEW ROAD, HOSTED BY THE BIG HOMIE CHOPPA, BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS FOR BEE, DOMINIC DORM AKA DOUGH, OMAR AKA O'BIZZLE, SPECIAL GUEST: ...IKE ELLIS & CHILLY WILLY PERFORMING THE HIT SINGLE 'GO HARD', MUSIC ON THE 1S AND 2S IS DJ CHAMP AKA THE PPLS CHAMP FROM 97.3, SECURITY WILL BE INFORCED HEAVILY, ITS PENDER CO IN A FULL CIRCLE, CURRIE, BURGAW, HAMPSTEAD, ROCKYPOINT, WALLACE, PORT CITY, BRUNSWICK CO, JACKSONVILLE, WOODSIDE LETTTZ GIT IT!!
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Advocacy Corner (December 2017)
 
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This month for the Advocacy Corner we explore a multitude of issues at the Local level, State level, and National level. First we touch base on Tax Reform looking at both the House and Senate versions. Next we leap back into the looming deadline of Dec. 8th for the NFIP. Locally we touch on the proposed Leland Street Design Manual, and look at the Pender County Comp Plan.
Surf City schools tour
 
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Peak inside the new Surf City middle and elementary schools in Pender County
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Addressing Community Needs in Fairfax County: How You Can Help!
 
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https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/housing/news/public-hearing/fy2019-consplan The Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 4 p.m. in the Board Room of the Fairfax County Government Center, on the Proposed Consolidated Plan One-Year Action Plan for FY 2019 (Proposed Action Plan). Written comments can be sent to the attention of the Grants Management Division at the Department of Housing and Community Development, 3700 Pender Drive, Fairfax, Virginia 22030 no later than Tuesday, March 20, 2018. ★ FOLLOW FAIRFAX COUNTY ★ ~ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/fairfaxcounty ~ Twitter: http://twitter.com/fairfaxcounty ~ Instagram: http://instagram.com/fairfaxcounty ★ GET EMERGENCY ALERTS ★ ~ Fairfax Alerts: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/alerts ★ MORE FAIRFAX COUNTY NEWS AND INFORMATION ★ ~ Emergency Information Blog: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/emergency/blog ~ Fairfax County Government Radio: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/radio ~ Podcasts: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/podcasts ~ SoundCloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/fairfaxcounty Call us at 703-324-7329 for general information, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Watch "16 Around Fairfax" to see the latest Fairfax County news – daily at 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Channel 16 (1016 on Cox HD). Social Media Comments Policy and Disclaimer: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/news/socialmedia/
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CFEDC Presents Sustainable Development in the Cape Fear Region 4 of 5.wmv
 
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The Lower Cape Fear Sustainable Communities Consortium has been awarded a $1.13 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through the Sustainable Communities Initiative to develop a regional plan for sustainable development for New Hanover, Pender and Brunswick Counties. Two panelists, Wanda Coston and Ben Andrea (see bios below), presented the study, goals & opportunities of their recent HUD Regional Planning Grant award at our January fourth-Tuesday event.
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Complete Restoration of 1921 Pender Ave
 
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Welcome to Carolina Place, Wilmingtons perfect blend of historic and classic, charm and elegance. This neighborhood is the most sought after in the historic overlay areas. This solidly built Historic Craftsman Bungalow is completely remodeled with all the modern amenities yet remains true to its era; gorgeous hardwoods, updated kitchen and baths, and 9 foot ceilings. The floor plan makes this home perfect for entertaining. Whether its a weekend back yard cook-out surrounded by a privacy fence or simply visiting with friends on the rocking chair front porch, youll find this home meets the needs of todays most discerning buyer. Other features include; Stainless appliances, granite, cherry cabinets, original hardwoods, crown molding, fabulous master bath, and a floor plan that just feels right. Plus, All New; 30yr architectural shingles, HVAC, electric, and windows! Interior by Morgan Designs. Note; Be sure to visit the neighborhood park 2 blocks north of the home!.
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CFEDC Presents Sustainable Development in the Cape Fear Region 5 of 5.wmv
 
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The Lower Cape Fear Sustainable Communities Consortium has been awarded a $1.13 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through the Sustainable Communities Initiative to develop a regional plan for sustainable development for New Hanover, Pender and Brunswick Counties. Two panelists, Wanda Coston and Ben Andrea (see bios below), presented the study, goals & opportunities of their recent HUD Regional Planning Grant award at our January fourth-Tuesday event.
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CFEDC Presents Sustainable Development in the Cape Fear Region 3 of 5.wmv
 
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The Lower Cape Fear Sustainable Communities Consortium has been awarded a $1.13 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through the Sustainable Communities Initiative to develop a regional plan for sustainable development for New Hanover, Pender and Brunswick Counties. Two panelists, Wanda Coston and Ben Andrea (see bios below), presented the study, goals & opportunities of their recent HUD Regional Planning Grant award at our January fourth-Tuesday event.
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Ferguson v. County of Los Angeles DCFS
 
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Video deposition of Person Most Knowledgeable, Beth Minor
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154.8 Acre - Land Auction - Blackstock, SC (Chester County)
 
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If you are looking for a timberland investment with recreational potential look no further. This tract offers managed timber thats had an initial thinning - beginning a cycle for future harvests. With a proper timber management plan in place, this tract could become a well-managed forestry investment with years of income potential. Additionally, it is loaded with trophy whitetail deer and wild turkey for the avid sportsman. The remnants of an old stagecoach house are located at the entrance to the property surrounded by a small established field. There are several interior roads providing access throughout portions of the property, allowing easy access to multiple food plots. This property offers paved road frontage on Hwy 321 & Blackstock Road and is convenient to I-77 and Chester. It is centrally located within the I-77 corridor making it an easy destination from Charlotte, Rock Hill or Columbia. For more information, contact Russ Brown (803) 718-0911.
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Pawnce's LoL World Final Plans - At the EXP Bar Viewing Party (Vancouver)
 
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http://www.Twitch.tv/Pawnce or http://www.lifeintheleague.com/livestream Livestream every week day. My schedule at http://www.Twitter.com/Pawnce_LoL Going to EXP Restaurant and Bar this Friday. Address is 309 W Pender St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1T3. World Finals starts at 8PM if I recall correctly.
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FOFF Non-Profit
 
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FOFF is a thrift store that get most of their donations from the public. Most of the money earned goes to fund a no killing animal shelter at Pender County Humane Society
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CFEDC Presents Sustainable Development in the Cape Fear Region 2 of 5.wmv
 
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The Lower Cape Fear Sustainable Communities Consortium has been awarded a $1.13 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through the Sustainable Communities Initiative to develop a regional plan for sustainable development for New Hanover, Pender and Brunswick Counties. Two panelists, Wanda Coston and Ben Andrea (see bios below), presented the study, goals & opportunities of their recent HUD Regional Planning Grant award at our January fourth-Tuesday event.
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Tour Duplin County
 
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Duplin County offers visitors a wide variety of enjoyable and distinctive attractions, accommodations, and activities. Find all of the information you need to plan your trip on our website: www.uncorkduplin.com
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