Temporary changes to regulations and an emergency ‘beach push’ are designed to help stabilize the beachfront area — but neither is a permanent fix.
The $11-million project has been in the works for the years, but the city hasn’t been able to reach an agreement to use parts of several properties. The next step is using eminent domain — but the process doesn’t always go smoothly.
While the university’s new policy is ‘content-neutral,’ Chancellor Sartarelli made it clear in an email to students that the result would be removing Black Lives Matter banners from campus.
Development in the northern part of the county has been slow, in part due to limited road and utility infrastructure. Now, that’s changing in a big way.
After the City of Wilmington’s short-term rental law was struck down in Superior Court, Carolina Beach is pressing pause on considering a similar ordinance.