Next time you pay for parking at Wrightsville Beach, perhaps a property owner ought to thank you — after all, parking revenue keeps the town’s property taxes at two to three times lower than any other beach community around.
One resident reported the children were “smoking stuff” on the greenway, but town staff argued that wasn’t sufficient reason to close – and patrol – the Greenway at night.
The Wilmington Housing Authority refused to answer questions, while – bizarrely – at the same time a spokesperson insisted it wasn’t issuing a “no comment.” Chief Ralph Evangelous’ office, likewise, avoided answering questions for several days.
Ivy was located Saturday night, found in a humane trap. Earlier in the week, the Sheriff’s Office got in on the widespread search for them.
Two major water storage tanks were completely empty as the county’s water utility system hit 97 percent capacity. So, what’s next?