Robeson County to Begin Revaluation of Property for 2018 Bill

From the Robesonian in Robeson County ↓ Information from Article: Hurricane Matthew will affect the results of Robeson County’s 2018 revaluation Tax Administrator Cindy Lowry – each property damaged as a result of Matthew is having to be appraised one-by-one to readjust values Lowry – This is the first time we have had toContinue reading “Robeson County to Begin Revaluation of Property for 2018 Bill”

Pictures from Legislative Day in Raleigh

A great time was had by all during NC REALTORS® legislative events.  The Legislative Reception was held at the North Carolina History Museum with a surprise visit from Govenor Pat McCrory.  Legislative day was a success with visits from the Cumberland County delegation.  A tour of the old NC Capitol was provided to Fayetteville REALTORS® fromContinue reading “Pictures from Legislative Day in Raleigh”

North Carolina Association of REALTORS® – Historic Preservation Tax Credits

PROGRESS REPORT: HISTORIC PRESERVATION TAX CREDITS September 4, 2015 This year’s debate on the state’s Historic Preservation Tax Credit program seems to have lasted so long that it may now be eligible for assistance itself. The program has been a topic of much discussion since the beginning of session with support for the program comingContinue reading “North Carolina Association of REALTORS® – Historic Preservation Tax Credits”

NCDOT Update – Public Meeting Cedar Creek Road

(from NCDOT) The North Carolina Department of Transporation will hold an informal public meeting regarding proposed safety improvments on Cedar Creek Road from west of I-95 to east of I-95, Fayetteville, Cumberland County. The meeting will take place on April 2 from 5 until 7 p.m. at the J. W. Seabrook Elementary School at 4619Continue reading “NCDOT Update – Public Meeting Cedar Creek Road”

Sanderson Farms Update

Joint Public Hearing Fayetteville City Council Cumberland County Commissioners February 2, 2015 An estimated 800 citizens attended the public hearing regarding Sanderson Farms incentives. The majority who spoke were in opposition of the plant coming to Fayetteville.  The public hearing took 5 hours and no decisions were made by the joint delegation.  The economic incentives packageContinue reading “Sanderson Farms Update”