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Founder of NC science panel resigns, cites political actions

The coastal and marine geologist who helped found a science panel to advise the state on coastal issues has resigned, saying political actions have rendered the once respected group ineffective.
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Coastal commission to change sandbag rules

The North Carolina Coastal Resources Commission met today to discuss topics including sandbags used to help maintain our shores.

NC scientists to issue 30-year sea level forecast

videoA North Carolina commission has decided to ask scientists to only make a 30-year prediction of how fast the ocean will rise off the state's coast.

Carolina Beach request denied to extend boardwalk

videoCiting concerns from a single property owner, the Coastal Resources Commission at its meeting Wednesday denied a request from Carolina Beach to extend the boardwalk as part of a larger revitalization project.

Discussions continue on how to protect, regulate mouth of Cape Fear River

videoThe Cape Fear River is both an environmental resource and an economic engine in our area. A meeting today continued the discussion about how best to protect and regulate the mouth of the river and the area around it.

State budget would change environmental commissions

The proposed North Carolina budget would change the way two environmental commissions operate, ending the terms of nearly all the members on both the Environmental Management Commission and the Coastal Resources Commission by July 31.

Vote on NC commissions bill reveals divisions

House Republicans who want to clean out several key North Carolina regulatory commissions have revealed disagreements with Senate GOP counterparts and among members in their own caucus about how to do it.

Rabon bill would mean sweeping changes to state boards, commissions

video If a bill in the state Senate becomes law, there will be some big changes on state boards and commissions, including the NC Utilities Commission and the Coastal Resources Commission. The bill proposes dismissing members of the bodies, and letting the governor and Republican-led legislature appoint new members.

Rabon pitches bill to kill Coastal Resources Commission

A bill began moving through the General Assembly on Tuesday that would sweep out the members of several important state boards and commissions so that they could be replaced by appointments by the governor and the GOP-controlled General Assembly.

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