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”

Cumberland County Vaccination Information

Cumberland County Now Offering Appointment Requests to Eligible Vaccination Recipients The Cumberland County Department of Public Health now offers residents who are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Phase 1a and Phase 1b, Group 1 (ages 75 years and older), the option of requesting appointment slots for drive-thru clinics offered at the Crown ComplexContinue reading “Cumberland County Vaccination Information”

Murchison Road Corridor Receives Grant

January 11, 2021 | Volume 1, Issue 79 | FayettevilleNC.gov Murchison Road Corridor Project wins $450,000 Federal GrantThe U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded a $450,000 grant to The City of Fayetteville and Fayetteville Metropolitan Housing Authority. The money will be used to create a revitalization plan for a section of the MurchisonContinue reading “Murchison Road Corridor Receives Grant”

City of Fayetteville – Boards & Commissions Openings

The City of Fayetteville is currently accepting applications to serve on various boards and commissions. See the list below. If you are interested and need assistance with the application, contact the Longleaf Pine REALTORS Association, Government Affairs Department @ (910) 323-1421 or [email protected] City Boards & Commissions OpeningsPost Date:01/06/2021 11:46 AM(Fayetteville, N.C.) – City ofContinue reading “City of Fayetteville – Boards & Commissions Openings”

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”

Update from the City of Sanford and Lee County

The following updates are from the city and county. Economic Development Policy: Lee County Commissioners is currently revising their economic development policy. The new policy will set aside funds for future building projects. County Manager John Crumpton – This policy addressed two of the primary goals of the commissioners, lowering the property tax rate andContinue reading “Update from the City of Sanford and Lee County”