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News and Announcements

Brunswick County is on Google+!
4 hours ago by Amanda Hutcheson
Brunswick County Government is now on Google+! Find us here and add us to your circle for news and updates from County Government!
And don't forget we're still on Facebook and Twitter.
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One-Stop (Early) Voting begins Thursday
3 days ago by Amanda Hutcheson

One-stop voting, or early voting, for May’s primary begins Thursday, April 24, and runs through May 3.

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Sales Tax Referendum Documents
4/10/2014 9:55:48 AM by Amanda Hutcheson
On Feb. 24, the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners voted to place an advisory referendum for a quarter-cent sales tax levy to help fund beach and school infrastructure projects on the primary ballot, on May 6.
Click here to read a copy of the resolution.
Click here for a brochure about the referendum.
Click here for a PowerPoint about Brunswick County's budget and the referendum.
More documentation and information inside. read more...

RALEIGH —Work begins Friday evening on an N.C. Department of Transportation bridge maintenance project on the U.S. 74/76 bridge over Village Road and CSX railroad in Leland, weather permitting.

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A dozen Brunswick County residents received the Governor’s Volunteer Service Award earlier this month, and were thanked for their efforts by the Brunswick County Commissioners at their meeting Monday. read more...

Two Brunswick County residents were recently recognized by the Cape Fear Council of Government for their work with the community, receiving congratulations from the Brunswick County Commissioners lauded at their meeting Monday night.

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Clean out old files in honor of Earth Day
4/17/2014 4:04:20 PM by Amanda Hutcheson
In honor of Earth Day, Brunswick County Solid Waste and Recycling is hosting Clean Your Files Week next week (April 21-25), culminating in a free shred event at the County Complex. read more...
Brunswick County presentation
4/16/2014 2:45:40 PM by Amanda Hutcheson
Interested in learning more about the county you live in, work in or visit? Click here to see a recent presentation County Manager Ann Hardy gave to the Brunswick Newcomers Club about Brunswick County. read more...
Balloons released in honor of abused children
4/16/2014 2:41:47 PM by Amanda Hutcheson

In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month, the Community Child Protection Team hosted an awareness event Tuesday, with performances by local school groups and a balloon release in honor of abused children.

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Request for Qualifications Package for Danford Road/Old Ocean Highway water main and Duke Energy Canal Crossing read more...
Brunswick County's Spring Free Dump Week will be April 14-19, and will culminate with a Household Hazardous Waste Collection and clothing drive to benefit the Salvation Army on Saturday, April 19, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Shallotte Middle School. Both events are free with proof of either property ownership or residency in Brunswick County. For full details about the events, including what items can and cannot be disposed of, click here. read more...
REQUEST FOR SEALED BIDS: 441.57 acres east of River Road
4/8/2014 9:17:53 PM by Amanda Hutcheson
REQUEST FOR SEALED BIDS 

Brunswick County seeks proposals from potential purchasers to acquire Parcel #1890000208, consisting of 441.57 acres east of River Road and north of Sunny Point Road.

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Child Abuse Prevention Awareness event April 15
4/4/2014 3:38:27 PM by Amanda Hutcheson

In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month, the Community Child Protection Team is hosting a child abuse awareness event April 15 on the steps of the Brunswick County Courthouse.

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12 Graduate as Master Gardeners
4/4/2014 3:33:12 PM by Amanda Hutcheson

12 people officially joined the ranks of Master Gardeners at a ceremony at the N.C. Cooperative Extension at Brunswick County Friday.

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Voter registration, party change deadline approaching
4/3/2014 2:50:21 PM by Amanda Hutcheson

The deadline to register or change one’s party affiliation before the primary is next Friday, and with recent changes to election law, voters will no longer be able to register while voting early one-stop voting.

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A bridge replacement project on N.C. 87 in Brunswick County is scheduled to get under way  Monday, April 7, weather permitting. The project to replace the Hood Creek bridge means N.C. 87 will be closing two miles north of Colon Mintz Road. It is estimated construction will take four months.

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Code Administrator Hucks now a Certified Floodplain Manager
3/28/2014 4:52:55 PM by Amanda Hutcheson
Brunswick County Code Administrator Reggie Hucks was designated a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) this month. read more...

Brunswick County is the fastest-growing county in North Carolina, and is the 47th-fastest growing county in the nation, according to figures released from the U.S. Census Bureau Thursday.

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2035 Long Range Transportation Plan now available for review
3/28/2014 3:58:52 PM by Amanda Hutcheson
The Grand Strand Metropolitan Planning Organization’s 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan is now available for review, and will be until a public hearing on the plan at the April 21 Brunswick County Board of Commissioners meeting. read more...
March is National Social Work Month
3/27/2014 11:39:04 AM by Amanda Hutcheson
March is National Social Work Month, and this year’s theme of “All People Matter” reflects the work employees put in throughout the year. read more...
Request for Qualifications Package for Danford Road/Old Ocean Highway water main and Duke Energy Canal Crossing
Submittal Date: May 22, 2014 read more...
Brunswick County DSS Recruiting Foster/Adoptive Parents
3/20/2014 11:26:20 AM by Amanda Hutcheson
Are you interested in making a difference in a child's life through foster or adoptive parenting? The next training session starts in April. read more...
Commissioners' resolution for an advisory referendum
2/27/2014 3:56:43 PM by Amanda Hutcheson
On Feb. 24, the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners voted to place an advisory referendum for a quarter-cent sales tax levy to help fund beach and school infrastructure projects on the primary ballot, on May 6. Click here to read a copy of the resolution. read more...

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