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A new Civitas Flash Poll shows large majorities of registered voters in Wilmington continuing to oppose spending taxpayer money on a new baseball stadium. In the recent poll, 80 percent of voters said they were opposed to taxpayer funding of a proposed $40 million baseball park in Wilmington. Opposition rose to 84 percent when they were asked what they thought about the plan if it would raise their taxes. Full story...
Submitted by Ashley Jacobs on Tue, 07/31/2012 - 10:45pm.READ MORE:
The Coastal Companies in Brunswick County will tell you it is the area's biggest employer, but some customers paint a different picture. Upset property owners say developer Mark Saunders stole their money and ran. Full story...
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Submitted by Katie Harden on Mon, 04/09/2012 - 4:21pm.READ MORE:
Building a baseball stadium has been a hot topic of conversation in Wilmington. Now, some local business leaders are stepping up to bat to support the city's effort. The Wilmington Ballpark Coalition says it is banding together for an idea members think is a home run. Full story...
Submitted by Cliff Pyron on Fri, 03/30/2012 - 4:50pm.READ MORE:
As the City of Wilmington considers possibly using tax money to build a ballpark, another North Carolina city is looking to unload some tax-funded arenas. "We own a large coliseum and a large football stadium/racetrack," Winston-Salem City Manager Lee Garrity said. "Owned them for many years. They're well used, but they lose money like almost every other facility in the country." Full story...