Tuesday, October 4, 2022

ICYMI: Ted Davis tries to stop new ‘liquor bars’ from opening, RiverLights wants another 20 years

Headlines come and go faster than ever. Check out the stories people were talking about in this week's 'In Case You Missed It'

Representative Ted Davis sponsored a bill explicitly aimed at preventing new liquor-serving bars from opening, while drastically increasing the potential fines for existing bars. READ MORE

Ted Davis’s new bill would effectively prevent new bars from opening

The developers of a long-awaited Harris Teeter sued to stop a rival grocery store from opening on the adjacent property. A Superior Court Judge ruled against them. READ MORE

Superior Court judge sides with Carolina Beach in the battle of the supermarkets

To gauge the seriousness of ticket reselling issues at Greenfield Lake, city staff relied on a third-party survey that did not ask any questions about ticket reselling. Confused? So were we. READ MORE

Wilmington: ‘Little evidence’ of Greenfield Lake scalping, LiveNation will have ‘advanced control’ over issue

After a round of lawsuits and threats from state agencies, Chemours responding by asking for a thousandfold increase in allowable GenX levels. READ MORE

Chemours wants state to allow GenX at levels 1,000 times higher than EPA advisory

Ten years into its agreement with Wilmington, RiverLights developers are asking City Council to completely reset the 20-year time frame. It’s not the first major change the developers have negotiated with the city. READ MORE

RiverLights developer asks City Council for 20-year extension on development agreement

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