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Thursday, May 23, 2024

ICYMI March 12-18: Freeman Park, alligator hunting, Wilmington vs. Waffle house

Check out these five stories that got people talking this week.

In a surprise move, the Town of Carolina Beach suggested that it could use to eminent domain to take Freeman Park if it can’t reach a deal with private land owners. READ MORE

Carolina Beach moves to take Freeman Park land by eminent domain

City Council voted to amend an eminent domain deal without knowing exactly how much it would cost. Turns out, it might cost ten times as much as expected. READ MORE

Wilmington changed its mind on eminent domain deal. It could cost the city $350,000

A lot of inaccurate and misleading information has been circulated about the proposed reopening of the Wilmington National Gypsum plant. Here is some accurate information on what the plant will bring to the area, for better and worse. READ MORE

Jobs, tax revenue and formaldehyde: an update on National Gypsum

The Carolina Beach Harris Teeter project has been dormant for years. However, with the prospect of a new Publix on the horizon, the grocery chain has taken action — in the courtroom. READ MORE

Harris Teeter asks court to revoke Federal Point Shopping Center permit

Alligator hunting is legal for the first time since the early 1970s. However, whether or not permits are issued isn’t up to the state, or even the county. Only local villages, towns and cities can choose to do that. READ MORE

The state is allowing alligator hunting. Now it’s up to municipalities to opt in

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