Federal and state grant funds will be used to acquire six properties east of Vass that were damaged or destroyed by flooding from Hurricane Matthew last year, the county commissioners were told Tuesday night.They would become county property that could only be used for green or open space and could never be built on again, Public Safety Director Bryan Phillips told the commissioners.In addition, the grant funds will also pay for reconstructing one home, he said.
The Pinehurst Village Council has agreed to share the costs with Pinehurst Resort on a stormwater management system as part of plans to renovate the old steam plant on Magnolia Road into a pub and microbrewery.Both get something out of the deal.Under a proposal outlined to the council during its meeting Tuesday, the resort plans to pave a road that would run in front of the new pub and microbrewery.
A request to rezone land on Foxfire Road for a subdivision has put the Pinehurst Village Council squarely in the middle of a difference of opinion between neighboring property owners and the applicant.The council delayed action Tuesday afternoon on rezoning 28 acres to allow a 28-lot subdivision. The property is outside the village limits but is in its extraterritorial zoning jurisdiction (ETJ).
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Selecting a term
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