Last Friday, at the request of a letter from BASE Chairman Jeff Stokley, the new Cape Fear Public Utility Authority held an informational meeting for the development community to discuss its newly adopted policies, fees and capacity planning. Significant issues of concern have continued to arise following this meeting. To address these concerns, BASE Chairman
Navassa Moratorium/UDO Update: The next regularly scheduled UDO Subdivision Subcommittee meeting is scheduled for July 28th @ 6:30 PM at Navassa Town Hall. The next regularly scheduled Zoning Subcommittee meeting is scheduled for August 5th @ 6:30 pm. To view a copy of the Draft Subdivision ordinance you may download it below. Subdivision Ordinance –
Yesterday evening Senate Bill 1967 (PCS) passed second and third reading on the House Floor. From here the bill should be presented and enrolled and possibly become law by the end of the week, with an effective date of Oct. 1st 2008. Please check back often as will continue to provide a morning and afternoon
Changes to N.C. One Call Center The North Carolina One Call Center Inc. is changing the formula that is used to determine the start time of a ticket when someone calls in a request for underground lines to be located and marked. Effective July 1, 2008 the “clock” start time for a ticket will begin
Calling all developers/builders of residential, commercial, or re-development projects!!!….The Stewardship Development Coalition is currently accepting applications for 2008. The Lower Cape Fear Stewardship Development Awards Program is currently accepting applications for all residential, commercial and re-development projects developed within New Hanover, Brunswick, and Pender Counties that are exemplary in their attempts to protect the natural
Property owners across North Carolina scored another victory on Tuesday when citizens in four counties rejected the proposed land transfer tax referendum that appeared on their ballots. Here for the details.
The CRC along with staff have set up 6 regional public hearings to receive public comments on the proposed rule changes to 15A NCAC 07H. 0306 General Use Standards for Ocean Hazard Areas, and 15A NCAC 07J. 1201-1206 Requesting the Static Line Exception which pertains to new rules for oceanfront setbacks and the process of
On Tuesday, City Council adopted the 2007 LDC clean-up. Part of this clean-up included revisions to the rezoning/conditional district rezoning/SUP application process. Starting with applications for the June 2008 Planning Commission agenda, applicants are now required to notify property owners within 100 feet of the subject site, not just adjacent property owners. The applications have