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Carolina Beach Town Council

FIRST ON 3: Bob Lewis named Carolina Beach Mayor

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video There was a promotion Tuesday night at Carolina Beach town hall, but shockingly it was none of the five candidates interviewing for the open town council seats. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: Lewis registers boat; trailer next

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video Carolina Beach Town Councilman Bob Lewis says he is taking the steps to get property he owns properly registered with New Hanover County. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Former CB mayor says councilman's tax bill proof he's unfit leader

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videoCarolina Beach Town Council has been in the spotlight in recent weeks, and the former mayor is not ready to give up the attention yet. Last night Ray Rothrock e-mailed our newsroom with allegations of unpaid property taxes by Councilman Bob Lewis. Full story...
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Carolina Beach Town Council compiles list of board hopefuls

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videoCarolina Beach Town Council is one step closer to filling the gaps in town leadership. Full story...
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Carolina Beach continues talks on filling spots

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Carolina Beach Town Council is holding another special meeting tonight. The three remaining members are discussing filling positions left vacant earlier this month. Full story...
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Carolina Beach continues to recruit leaders

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video The Carolina Beach Town Council held a special meeting Tuesday night to discuss ongoing recruitment for an interim Town Manager, and two elected officials' vacancies. This comes after Mayor Ray Rothrock, Councilman Lonnie Lashley, and Town Manager Tim Owens resigned last week. Full story...
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Reduced Carolina Beach town council looking for replacements

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video Mayor Pro Tem Steve Shuttleworth says Planning and Development Director Ed Parvin will act as the town manager for a few days as council looks for a more permanent replacement. The reduced Carolina Beach Town Council says they are looking for candidates to fill the three newly vacated leadership positions. Full story...
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Carolina Beach in time crunch to move storage materials off Army-owned land

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video After several decades of using property leased from the federal government, the Town of Carolina Beach must finally comply with its lease. What was only supposed to be used for a water treatment facility, over time the town has used it for storage not approved by the Army. Where to put everything is now the issue. Full story...
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Carolina Beach council approves funding for aquatic center

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video The Carolina Beach Town Council is diving in to a project to build a state of the art aquatics center. Full story...
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Carolina Beach passes beach smoking ban pending new state legislation

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videoA smoking ban on the sand at Carolina Beach was approved Tuesday night, but with a few stipulations from town council. According to the town's attorney, current state statute does not allow the town to outlaw smoking at the beach. Full story...
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Residents voice opinions on smoking ban at Carolina Beach

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video Should smoking be snuffed out at Carolina Beach? That’s what town leaders asked members of the public Tuesday night. Full story...
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Carolina Beach revenue to drop despite higher tax rate

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Carolina Beach Town Council held a public hearing on the budget proposal for the 2012 - 2013 fiscal year. They adopted a 16.1 million dollar budget calling for a tax rate of 23.5 cents per hundred, an increase from the current rate of 17.5 cents. Full story...
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Public discussion on road closure to build ocean-front hotel in Carolina Beach

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Carolina Beach Town Council also held a public hearing to consider closing a portion of Carolina Beach Avenue North in order to move forward in building a hotel on the north end of the boardwalk. Full story...
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Town Council approves parking fee hike in Carolina Beach

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Carolina Beach will see an increase in parking fees this spring. Town Council unanimously voted Tuesday night to extend pay parking by two hours from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Council also voted to increase hourly parking rates by $0.25 to $1.50/hour. All-day parking will also go up one dollar to $8/day. Full story...
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Carolina Beach town manager says 'road diet' reversal on track for Memorial Day weekend

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The reversal of a hotly contested road project in Carolina Beach looks like it will finally be coming to an end. Fattening Lake Park Blvd on Pleasure Island back to four lanes is on track to be completed by one of the busiest weekends of the season. Full story...
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