PWC Update on Customer Rates

(from Public Works Commission memo) The Fayetteville Public Works Commission took action Wednesday July 27 that maintains PWC’s current base electric rates, reduces customer fees, introduces optional electric rates that will offer customers’ choice and continue to support PWC conservation efforts as well as support economic development. PWC’s NEW optional Whole Home/Business rate will provideContinue reading “PWC Update on Customer Rates”

Town of Hope Mills Update

Town Manager Scott Meszaraos gave an update to Hope Mills Commissioners on the “State of the Town.” The following information was presented as it pertains to real estate. Development Between the period of June 2021 through July 2022 there have been 10 voluntary annexations for commercial and residential development *1,000 plus proposed single family residentialContinue reading “Town of Hope Mills Update”

From NC REALTORS®…Remote On-Line Notarization Bill Signed by the Governor

Remote On-Line Notarization Even with the legislature focused on a specific agenda, NCR was able to advance one of our top legislative priorities. House bill 776, Remote Online Notarization (RON), was signed into law by Gov. Cooper on July 8. North Carolina now joins 39 other states who have passed this necessary legislation that’s aContinue reading “From NC REALTORS®…Remote On-Line Notarization Bill Signed by the Governor”

Fayetteville City Council Approves Multiple Annexations

The following annexations have been approved for the City of Fayetteville *Annexation area is located along the southern side of Dunn Road and the eastern side of N. Plymouth Street. The property consist of two parcels and a portion of two other parcels resulting in approximately 84.80 acres and is owned by AOM II LLC.Continue reading “Fayetteville City Council Approves Multiple Annexations”

City of Fayetteville Seeking Applications for Boards and Commissions

City of Fayetteville, NC Government   Are you a Fayetteville resident interested in shaping the future of the City by advising the Mayor and City Council? Apply by July 31, 2022 and become a member of a board or commission to be a voice in your community. To apply and learn more, visit **TheContinue reading “City of Fayetteville Seeking Applications for Boards and Commissions”