New Multi-Use Development Planned in Sanford

from The Sanford Herald A Sanford businessman has purchased a parcel of land that is intended to be used in bringing a mixed-use real estate development to the area. George Avent, president of AVENT DSI, Inc., purchased the property, which is located on Kelly Drive between the U.S. 421 bypass interchange and Central Carolina CommunityContinue reading “New Multi-Use Development Planned in Sanford”

Cumberland County Seeking Seats for Boards & Committees

YOU MUST BE A RESIDENT OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY TO APPLY Links and Resources Information The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners recognizes the importance of public participation in good governance and invites County residents to apply to serve on the County’s citizen advisory boards. Download Application Form You may submit your downloaded application by fax toContinue reading “Cumberland County Seeking Seats for Boards & Committees”

Sanford City & County Set Hearings for New Shell Building

from Sanford Herald The Lee County Board of Commissioners and the Sanford City Council will hold public hearings on consecutive rights to hear comments regarding a proposal from each for funding of a new shell building in Central Carolina Enterprise Park. The commissioners’ hearing is set for Dec. 19 followed by City Council’s on Dec.Continue reading “Sanford City & County Set Hearings for New Shell Building”

City of Fayetteville Seeking Applications for Boards/Commissions

City seeks residents to apply for Boards and Commissions Post Date:12/12/2022 4:34 PM (Fayetteville, N.C.) – The City of Fayetteville is currently seeking residents to help fill vacancies for the following boards and commissions:  Boards and commissions are a great way for residents to engage in their community and continue to build a greater Fayetteville.Continue reading “City of Fayetteville Seeking Applications for Boards/Commissions”

City of Sanford Commits $4.2 Million for Affordable Housing

(memo from City of Sanford) Sanford City Council has committed to spending $4,268,444 for four transformative community initiatives as defined by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). *$690,444 – to provide and protect affordable housing. The City of Sanford will contract with Brick Capital Community Development Corporation to provide home buyer education. The City willContinue reading “City of Sanford Commits $4.2 Million for Affordable Housing”