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New mixed-use complex proposed for S. College Rd.

Another residential project is planned for South College Road. Property owners have submitted plans to the New Hanover County Planning Board for the mixed-use complex.

Split decision by planning board prolongs debate on potential Castle Hayne sand mine

The planning board will now wait to give the developer time to present a request for permit on the mine at their March meeting.

Verizon Wireless proposes new cell tower in Wilmington

A new cell tower is proposed for the Veterans Park Sports Complex, which would reportedly bring improved coverage for one community.
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Opinions split on new senior living community

The New Hanover County Planning Board held public hearings tonight at the New Hanover County courthouse to get input from the community on a new senior living community.

Board tables special use permit amendment

video After nearly three hours of heated debate the New Hanover County Planning Board tabled a proposed amendment to their Special Use Permitting process so that the public had more time to understand the changes.

Expansion in Porters Neck could mean new business

video Tonight a Myrtle Beach developer proposed a major retail center on Market Street in Porters Neck. Paramount Development is reaching out to Walmart or a similar type tenant to be an anchor.

Two more years for Carolina Beach Rd. tall business signs

The New Hanover County Planning Board voted to extend its enforcement against tall signs on Carolina Beach Road.

Planning board tables vote to change industrial zoning in New Hanover Co.

video For the second time now, New Hanover County's Planning Board has delayed a vote to change its zoning ordinance to have more control over large industries. Many spoke out in favor of amending the county's current zoning ordinance, so that industries like Titan will have to go through a review process before becoming a part of the community.

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