Tuesday, June 28, 2022

ICYMI – Carolina Beach Grocery wars, Jordan Lake floodgates, Surf City food trucks, and more

For ten years, Harris Teeter has promised to build a store in Carolina Beach, but the property remains untouched. New court documents suggest one reason why — the grocery giant may be trying to protect its store located a mile north. READ MORE

Lawsuit: Harris Teeter never wanted Carolina Beach store, only to force residents across the bridge

Despite missing a contractual 2016 deadline to complete and open its store, Harris Teeter claims it has done nothing wrong and is protesting the construction of a neighboring Publix. READ MORE

Harris Teeter claims no wrongdoing in Carolina Beach, asks judge to dismiss counterclaims in court

Jordan Lake was 16 feet over its usual level, forcing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to dramatically increase the outflow into the Cape Fear River. The move caused alarmed reactions from those living in the watershed. READ MORE

Corps of Engineers addresses Jordan Lake discharge of 4.5 million gallons-per-minute towards Wilmington

Surf City has been divided by the debate, which will get a formal vote on two proposals — one to ban food trucks, one to allow them with regulations. Before that happens, we took a closer look at the argument. READ MORE

As Surf City food truck debate comes to a head, here’s an in-depth look at the issue

To the relief of many Pender County residents who are still dealing with debris on their property, the county approved funds to begin collection on private, unpaved roads. But some issues still remain. READ MORE

Two months after Florence, Pender approves $600,000 for debris removal on private dirt roads

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