Lee County Economic Development Win

Lee County announced a new economic win for the county and city. Service Offsite Solution is a Raleigh company that will build a new facility in Lee County. What does Service Offsite Solutions produce?SOS produces factory built framing components for home builders. The SOS products reduces the framing time for new construction from estimated 12Continue reading “Lee County Economic Development Win”

Sanford City Council Approves New Development

The Sanford City Council annexed 288.4 acres along Colon and Moncure roads. Details of the development: New development called “Midtown Village South.” Proposed 905 residential lots (170 townhomes and 735 single-family homes) The development will add $242 million to Sanford’s tax base when complete The developer is also involved with Ashby Village and Cumnock VillageContinue reading “Sanford City Council Approves New Development”

Cumberland County Commissioners Regular Meeting Update

Case 21-0004 From the Cumberland County Joint Planning Board – Text amendment for Cumberland County Zoning Ordinance, to create a new Section 112; pre-application meetings, mandating and providing direction for pre-application conference meetings prior to land development submittal. A pre-application conference creates opportunity for staff and applicants to discuss the proposed interests of the developerContinue reading “Cumberland County Commissioners Regular Meeting Update”

“The Can Do” Coldwell Banker Trolley System Launches in the City of Fayetteville

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECONTACT: [email protected] ALERT: THE CAN DO COLDWELL BANKERTROLLEY SYSTEM LAUNCHESThe Cool Spring Downtown District is pleased to announce that their new trolleysystem, The Can Do Coldwell Banker Trolley, will launch on Friday, October 15, 2021 toprovide free trolley rides between the Historic Haymount Hill District, The B-StreetCorridor, and downtown Fayetteville. The organization partneredContinue reading ““The Can Do” Coldwell Banker Trolley System Launches in the City of Fayetteville”