Monday, July 22, 2024

ICYMI – ‘Teen Mom’ trouble, Leland tax hike, STING, Freeman Park

Security has been an ongoing issue for Wilmington’s housing projects. A new plan would connect surveillance cameras to the Wilmington Police Department’s STING center, using technology that could also accommodate private apartment complexes and subdivisions. READ MORE

Wilmington Police working to connect housing authority cameras to STING surveillance center

David Eason posted a video of himself to YouTube last week; the video showed him illegally towing a vehicle out of its parking spot in downtown Wilmington. READ MORE

Criminal charges for ‘Teen Mom’ husband who illegally towed vehicle from downtown Wilmington

In order to maintain or expand the services residents want, the town will likely have to raise taxes. Here’s what the potential increases could look like. READ MORE

Leland mulls raising taxes in resident survey. Here’s a breakdown of potential increases

Private landowners aren’t happy with the town’s plan to use eminent domain to replace sand at the beach. READ MORE

Freeman Park property owners demand jury trial to block Carolina Beach access for beach renourishment

More than $100 million in water infrastructure improvements depends on approval from the the state’s environmental agency. Early testing shows those improvements, including a proposed reverse osmosis plant, might have some issues. READ MORE

Pilot testing shows Brunswick County’s RO water discharge may exceed state contaminant standards

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