Category: News

Board of Commissioners Meeting Schedule Changes

Beginning in September, the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners meeting schedule has changed. The Board will now hold two regularly-scheduled meetings per month: On the first Monday of the month, the Board will meet at 3 p.m. On the third

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Letters Mentioning Delinquent Taxes Not Coming from Brunswick County

Brunswick County has recently been made aware that some residents may have received a letter falsely claiming that the resident’s property taxes are delinquent. Such a letter may mention penalties and liens, whether the property’s taxes are delinquent or not,

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NCDOT Holding Community Workshops for NC Public Transportation Division Strategic Plan in October

RALEIGH – This October, stakeholders and the public are invited to provide input at community workshops across the state as part of the North Carolina Public Transportation Statewide Strategic Plan. The workshops are free and open to the public. No

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Statement Following Meeting with Governor Cooper, Cabinet Secretaries, Local Leaders Regarding GenX

BOLIVIA, NC – Frank Williams, Chairman of the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners, released the following statement following this morning’s meeting with Governor Roy Cooper: “This morning, I joined a bipartisan group of State Legislators and leaders from neighboring counties

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TRAFFIC ALERT: Overnight Deck Repairs Set to Start July 18 on the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge

Motorists who travel on the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge over the Cape Fear River should expect intermittent lane closures starting Tuesday, July 18. The closures are needed so Department of Transportation crews can repair the metal grates on the deck

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District 5 Leadership Forum on July 18: Transportation in Northern Brunswick County

The District 5 Leadership Forum is intended to provide an opportunity for leaders and residents in northern Brunswick County to stay informed about key issues affecting the area. The program is sponsored by the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce and

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Resolution Requesting the Installation of a Stoplight at the Intersection of Old Fayetteville Road and Lanvale Road in Leland

The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners unanimously adopted the following resolution at its regular meeting on Monday, June 19, 2017. Click here to view the signed resolution as a PDF. RESOLUTION REQUESTING INSTALLATION OF A TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT THE INTERSECTION

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Moody’s affirms Brunswick County’s GO bond rating at Aa2

BOLIVIA, N.C. – Moody’s Investors Service has affirmed both Brunswick County’s Aa2 general obligation bond rating and the county’s Aa3 rating on lease-backed debt, assigning the county a positive outlook. The ratings announcement from Moody’s notes Brunswick County’s “historically solid

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Chemours Announces Voluntary Actions to Respond to North Carolina Community

Note: the following press release distributed by The Chemours Company is being published here in its entirety. This release was written by Chemours, not Brunswick County or any other government entity. Wilmington, Del., June 20, 2017 – The Chemours Company

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June 20 Update on GenX and Brunswick County

BOLIVIA, N.C. — Local and state officials continue working to gather additional information about the presence of GenX in the Cape Fear River, while at the same time working to stop the discharge of the chemical.   At its June

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