Tuesday, August 16, 2022

ICYMI – One Publix delayed, another moves ahead, teen still missing, plus tensions over treatment center

Developers blamed new flood zone designations (although the new zones have been public knowledge since at least the summer) and the store’s non-traditional layout, designed to help the store fit in with the beach town’s aesthetics. READ MORE

Work on planned Publix in Oak Island could be pushed back three months due to unforeseen circumstances

Thomas Sebastian Jameson, 17, was last seen Tuesday at Hoggard High School. Wilmington Police are still searching for him, and have asked for the public’s help (free to read). READ MORE

Police searching for missing teen last seen at Hoggard High School

While Oak Island’s Publix is delayed, the embattled Carolina Beach project is now moving ahead with construction, despite the continued protests of Harris Teeter (which was recently forced to move its lawn by the town). READ MORE

Publix construction underway in Carolina Beach; Harris Teeter repairs sign and cuts their grass

Wilmington City Council delayed (for the fourth time) a vote on a special use permit for the controversial treatment center. Get an in-depth look at the concerns voiced by residents here. READ MORE

Rock and a hard place: Getting to the bottom of concerns over The Healing Place treatment center

Nearly a month after we first reported on the HOA issues at Jervay Communities, the private owner of the development has responded to questions. READ MORE

Jervay developer promises homeowner involvement in HOA, meeting by early spring

 

 

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