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Monthly Archives: November 2021

High vacancy rate in certain city depts. mars rosy financial report in Burlington

A seemingly throwaway line in an otherwise auspicious financial report has heightened the angst among Burlington’s city council about the historically high vacancy rates in some of the city’s departments. During a monthly work session on Monday, held by the Zoom teleconferencing platform, several members...

Legal Notices, Thursday, November 4, 2021

PUBLIC NOTICE OF A SPECIAL COMMUNITY MEETING FOR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2021 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Alamance County Board of Commissioners will hold a Special Community Meeting on Wednesday, November 10, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in the Historic Courthouse located at: 1 Court Square, Graham, NC...

Mebane OKs 1M square foot warehouse project along Buckhorn Road

14 parcels on 128 acres would be developed into five warehouses with cumulative square footage of 980,200 square feet; three would front I-85/40; company also donates acreage for future Mebane fire station Mebane’s city council unanimously approved rezoning for a project along I-85/40, Buckhorn Road,...

Mebane resident tells city council: LED street lights are too bright

New street lights put up along Wilba Road where she lives are too bright, Mebane resident Mary McFarland told Mebane’s city council this week. The LED-style lights are “too white” and provide “too much light,” she told the council. “I can no longer go out...

Oh say can you see . . . ACC student sings for commissioners

The dawn’s early light had long since yielded to the glare of the midmorning sun when Alamance County’s commissioners convened their latest regularly scheduled meeting on Monday. But the words of The Star Spangled Banner were as poignant as ever when they were invoked...

County revives appointed board to oversee local company’s potential use of industrial revenue bonds to finance expansion

Alamance County’s elected leaders have agreed to resurrect an appointed board that has laid dormant for two decades to allow a local company to draw on a somewhat obscure form of financing in order to expand its operations in Graham. During their latest regularly-scheduled meeting...



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