GenX Public Information Meeting November 16, 2021

Public information session on November 16 about PFAS/GenX DEQ will host a community information session remotely via teleconference Tuesday, November 16, about current actions to prevent and remediate PFAS contamination at the Chemours Fayetteville Works Facility. The public is invited to participate by phone or online. Topics will include updates from DEQ’s air, water and wasteContinue reading “GenX Public Information Meeting November 16, 2021”

Press Release from NC Dept. of Environmental Quality Regarding GenX

DEQ expands actions required by Chemours to address GenX/PFAS contamination DEQ RALEIGH – The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is taking two actions requiring Chemours to address GenX and PFAS contamination originating from the Fayetteville Works Facility and affecting private well owners.First, Chemours must assess the extent of contamination in downstream communities toContinue reading “Press Release from NC Dept. of Environmental Quality Regarding GenX”

NC REALTORS® State of Real Estate Talking Points

NC REALTORS ® provided their annual State of Real Estate event this month. Below is just a snapshot of various topics regarding affordable workforce housing as well as the link to all of the presentations. Talking points from NC Senator Chuck Evans Government is preventing affordable housing (regulations, building codes) Senate Bill 349 has been introducedContinue reading “NC REALTORS® State of Real Estate Talking Points”

NC REALTORS® Government Affairs Update

The AdvocateAugust 13, 2021 Bill activity and movement is starting to return to normal at the legislature. One issue of significance to NCR and is part of our legislative policy agenda is dealing with Orphan Roads. NCR supports clear road standards and adoption procedures to ensure roads intended for Department of Transportation (DOT) adoption doContinue reading “NC REALTORS® Government Affairs Update”

NC Eviction Moratorium Expires June 30, 2021

Council of State Votes on Executive Order 206 Should End Moratorium on Evictions Jun 29, 2021 (Raleigh, N.C.) – Having reviewed responses from other North Carolina Council of State (COS) members, State Treasurer Dale R. Folwell, CPA, confirmed today that there was not enough support on the COS to extend the moratorium on evictions that was part of Executive Order 206. This will allow property owners to work with their tenants to find reasonableContinue reading “NC Eviction Moratorium Expires June 30, 2021”