City of Fayetteville Boards & Commissions Openings

The City of Fayetteville is looking to its citizens to help fill vacancies for the following boards and commissions: Joint Appearance Commission – 4 openingsHuman Relations Commission – 6 openingsStormwater Advisory Commission – 3 openingsSenior Citizens Advisory Council – 6 openingsMetropolitan Housing Authority – 3 Mayoral Appointment openings Public Works Commission – 1 openingZoning CommissionContinue reading “City of Fayetteville Boards & Commissions Openings”

Lee County Lands Overseas Company Dowa Thermotech

  The N.C. Secretary of Commerce Anthony Copeland attended a press release on Tuesday to announce a new Japanese company Dowa Thermotech’s contract to invest 22.5 million into Lee County.  The company plans to build an automotive and industrial machinery factory.  The company manufactures industrial furnaces and commercial heat treatment of metal parts in engines and transmissions. Details:Continue reading “Lee County Lands Overseas Company Dowa Thermotech”

Public Feedback Needed For Sandhills Regional Bicycle Plan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 24, 2018 Planning and Inspections Contact: Eric Vitale Telephone: 910-678-7632 E-mail: [email protected] Public Feedback Needed For Sandhills Regional Bicycle Plan FAYETTEVILLE – The Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization is seeking feedback from residents to help develop the Sandhills Regional Bicycle Plan. The North Carolina Department of Transportation awarded a $225,000 planningContinue reading “Public Feedback Needed For Sandhills Regional Bicycle Plan”

NC REALTORS® Legislative Days – Raleigh, NC

North Carolina REALTORS® convened in Raleigh this month to discuss legislative issues and meet with their North Carolina delegation.  Longleaf Pine REALTORS met with the Cumberland, Hoke and Lee county delegation.  The following 2018 Legislative Talking Points were discussed. To view the talking points in their entirety → 2018LegislativeHandout  Improve the States Infrastructure – ImproveContinue reading “NC REALTORS® Legislative Days – Raleigh, NC”

NAR Legislative Meetings – Washington, D.C.

REALTORS® from across the country gathered in Washington D.C. to discuss federal real estate issues with House and Senate Representatives.  Longleaf Pine REALTORS® met with Senators Richard Burr & Thom Tillis, Congressmen Richard Hudson, and David Price. The 2018 Legislative Talking Points: Support Strong Net Neutrality Protections – Congress must enact common sense “rules ofContinue reading “NAR Legislative Meetings – Washington, D.C.”