Public Notice

Public Notice

Volunteer resources and contacts to help post-Hurricane Dorian


BOLIVIA, N.C. – Brunswick County Emergency Services coordinates offers for donations and volunteer assistance with the Brunswick County Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD).

Questions about who to contact for help, how to volunteer or how to donate items? Contact Emergency Services Volunteer and Nonprofit Coordinator Leslie Stanley for direction to the appropriate VOAD agency or county department based on your needs.

A list of VOAD partner organizations that may be able to assist residents with unmet and construction needs post-Hurricane Dorian is available at

Based on the level of impact to Brunswick County, VOAD anticipates that its available resources are enough to serve the areas affected by Hurricane Dorian. VOAD is thankful to everyone who has reached out to offer help.

Follow updates at

Agenda now available for Brunswick County Board of Commissioners’ Sept. 16 meeting


Agenda now available for Brunswick County Board of Commissioners’ Sept. 16 meeting


BOLIVIA, N.C. – The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners will meet for their regular meeting this Monday, Sept. 16 at 6 p.m.

Residents can view an online and PDF version of the full agenda and accompanying reports at

The commissioners’ chambers are on the first floor of the David R. Sandifer Administration Building at 30 Government Center Drive in Bolivia (28422).

Each regular meeting has a public comment period when anyone can address the commissioners with questions or concerns about county business. Sign in before the meeting starts inside the commissioners’ chambers to ensure the county clerk has your information. The sign-up period opens an hour before the meeting begins.

Additionally, some meetings have public hearings for specific issues. The public hearings are similar to a public comment period but pertain to one topic.

More information on the public comment policy is at

Below are a few selected items from the agenda that the Board of Commissioners will discuss and take possible action on.

VII. Administrative Report
  • 1. Administration – Bond Order for 2019 Enterprise Revenue Bonds (for sewer treatment expansion at Northeast Brunswick Regional Waste Water Treatment Plant and parallel raw water line): Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the bond order authorizing the issuance, directing the application to the Local Government Commission, and request Local Government Commission approval of enterprise systems revenue and revenue refunding bonds of the County of Brunswick, North Carolina, series 2019; and request approval of Parker Poe as bond counsel and Robert W. Baird & Co. Incorporated to serve as managing underwriter.
  • 2. Administration – Initial Resolution 2020 Revenue Bonds (for Northwest Water Treatment Plant expansion and low-pressure reverse osmosis advanced water treatment): Request that the Board of Commissioners approve an initial resolution requesting the Local Government Commission approval, withdrawal of the County’s application for WIFIA financing, declaring the intent of the County to reimburse itself for capital expenditures from proceeds of the Water Revenue Bond planned for 2020 to fund the Northwest Water Plant expansion with low-pressure reverse osmosis treatment.
  • 5. Utilities – Receive CFPUA McKim & Creed Engineering Agreement Amendment Information and Consent to CFPUA Raw Water Main Project Award of Bid: Request that the Board of Commissioners receive information regarding an amendment to Cape Fear Public Utility Authority’s (CFPUA) engineering agreement with McKim & Creed for services associated with the design and construction of the Lower Cape Fear Water and Sewer Authority (LCFWSA) 54-inch parallel raw water main and consent to CFPUA awarding the 54-inch raw water main project to the lowest, responsive bidder contingent on funding approval and direct County Manager to notify LCFWSA of Brunswick County’s concurrence with proceeding with the project.

To view the full agenda items and accompanying reports, go to

More information about the Board of Commissioners meetings is at


For media inquiries, contact the Public Information Officer at 910.253.2995 or email