Public Hearing on N.C. Groundwater Quality Standards

The Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ) Division of Water Resources will conduct an online public hearing February 2, 2021 on proposed revisions to the N.C. Groundwater Quality Standards. Written public comments are being accepted through March 16, 2021. State law requires a review of its groundwater water quality standards and if necessary, to propose revisionsContinue reading “Public Hearing on N.C. Groundwater Quality Standards”

Legislative Town Hall for the City of Fayetteville & Cumberland County

VIRTUAL TOWN HALL JANUARY 21ST – 4PM Join NC Senator Kirk deViere, County Commissioners Jeannette Council & Toni Stewart, Fayetteville City Council Member Shakeyla Ingram, Board of Education Member Charles McKellar, and Lee Lilley – Legislative Director for Gov. Roy Cooper for a Facebook Live Legislative Town Hall on Thursday, January 21st at 4PM.  Continue reading “Legislative Town Hall for the City of Fayetteville & Cumberland County”

Governor Extends Eviction Moratorium

Governor Extends North Carolina Evictions MoratoriumRaleighDec 30, 2020Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order 184, extending North Carolina’s evictions moratorium through January 31, 2021. Research shows that eviction moratoriums help prevent the spread of COVID-19. States that let their eviction moratoriums lapse saw a COVID-19 incidence rate that was 1.6 times higher than states thatContinue reading “Governor Extends Eviction Moratorium”

NC Eviction Moratorium Extended Through 2020

Governor Roy Cooper issued Executive Order No. 171. This order requires landlords to make residential tenants aware of their rights under the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Order. For eviction actions commencing after Executive Order No. 171, landlords must give residents the option to fill out a declaration form before starting any eviction action. TheContinue reading “NC Eviction Moratorium Extended Through 2020”