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2014/07/28 15:56
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The waiting list is significant because the housing authority pulls names from the list when a voucher becomes available. In Wilmington, the authority administers the federally supported housing...
2014/07/28 15:56
2014/07/28 15:56
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2014/07/25 20:56
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A: The city of Wilmington is still planning to build a Smith Creek kayak launch near the intersection of McRae Street and Cornelius Harnett Drive. In May 2013, the city council voted to spend...
2014/07/25 14:56
2014/07/25 14:56
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The N.C. Department of Transportation plans to spend $3.7 million replacing an aging bridge on North Third Street between Hanover and Campbell streets. At a recent city council meeting, Saffo asked...
2014/07/23 13:56
2014/07/23 13:56
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He gingerly scrapes coffee-ground colored dirt to the center of the dome, which is a historic cistern. He periodically shovels a mass of dirt onto one of two nearby screens. As volunteers jiggle the...
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2014/07/21 19:56
2014/07/21 19:56
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The N.C. Cemetery Commission, which regulates perpetual care cemeteries, is pursuing legal action against Calvary. The Wilmington cemetery at 900 N. 11 St. has already been the subject of several...
2014/07/20 22:56
2014/07/20 22:56
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The plan to reduce the speed limit is not quite so drivers will slow down and smell the roses, but it's close. The DOT has plans to plant trees in the median on Kerr Avenue between Fairlawn Drive and...
2014/07/19 12:56
2014/07/19 12:56
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After the city's $10.4 million North Third Street improvement project, the lines were replaced by stately black poles that frame the streetscape. The city council recently approved a new policy that...
2014/07/17 16:56
2014/07/17 16:56
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Michael Krause, the authority's former chief executive officer, had a court date scheduled for Thursday. The case was continued to Sept. 2, said James Blanton, a Wilmington attorney who represents...
2014/07/17 14:56
2014/07/17 14:56
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The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority had planned to close the loop road between Magnolia Drive and Grainger Point Road on Thursday and Friday. On Thursday, the authority announced the closure was...
2014/07/16 15:56
2014/07/16 15:56
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Over the past fiscal year (which ended June 30), the city saved more than $257,000 through its recycling program. Malissa Talbert, a city spokeswoman, attributed the savings to more people recycling...
2014/07/14 20:56
2014/07/14 20:56
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City officials recently issued a "stop work order" for the two-story house at 226 S. Front St., which formerly housed the Taste of Country restaurant. That order, issued on June 24, was prompted by...
2014/07/14 15:56
2014/07/14 15:56
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Last week, the city council voted unanimously to change an agreement with Lakeside Partners of Wilmington Inc., which has a plan to build housing to help people who were homeless. The housing is...
2014/07/14 00:56
2014/07/14 00:56
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The parking enforcement attendants use handheld units to see who has paid on a specific block. Although the physical meters do not show the time remaining when you pay by phone, the handheld units...
2014/07/10 20:56
2014/07/10 20:56
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Redmon, a self-described "people person" who starts work on Aug. 4, said she wants to spend her first 100 days talking to residents, developers and area officials and listening to their impressions of...
2014/07/10 15:58
2014/07/10 15:58
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Primarily using money from a state grant, the city will install 19 blue steel recycling receptacles on North Front Street from Market to Chestnut streets and on North Third Street from Market to...
2014/07/10 13:56
2014/07/10 13:56
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The applicant, American Towers LLC, proposes building the pole at 1642 S. College Road and 4417 Lake Ave. at an AT&T site. AT&T would use the pole to enhance coverage in an area including Oleander...
2014/07/09 23:56
2014/07/09 23:56
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On Wednesday, the planning commission opted to continue a vote on a brewery proposal to its August meeting. Bruce McGuire, a member of the commission, asked for the delay, in part, due to concerns...
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2014/07/09 20:57
2014/07/09 20:57
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If you squint hard, you can make out fading letters of "J.W. Brooks Wholesale Grocer" on the north and south sides of the three-story brick building at 18 S. Water St. Built in 1920 as a warehouse,...
2014/07/09 01:56
2014/07/09 01:56
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If voters approve the referendum, the city would borrow $44 million and leverage other funds to complete $55 million worth of projects. "I hope that this community supports it," Mayor Bill Saffo...
2014/07/07 20:56
2014/07/07 20:56
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That was what came out of a nearly hour-long discussion of the topic at a Monday city council agenda briefing. Three dilapidated houses that have been vacant for some time recently spawned concerns...
2014/07/28 15:56
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