CEDAR POINT — After discussing the ideas among themselves since September, Cedar Point town leaders Thursday night will get public input on changing to a manager form of government and adding a fifth commissioner to the board.
CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners Tuesday night approved the site plan for the sixth phase of the Page Place RV Park off VFW Road.
CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners Tuesday night agreed by consensus to wait awhile longer to obtain a $1.01 million state grant to help pay for the 2019 purchase of 56 acres of waterfront land for a now open park.
CEDAR POINT — Although the new position is funded in the 2020-21 budget which went into effect July 1, Cedar Point doesn’t yet have a building inspector/code enforcement officer and might not get one for some time.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point commissioners voted 4-0 Tuesday night to adopt a resolution of intent to change to a manager form of government and to add a fifth commissioner to the board.
CEDAR POINT — One Western Carteret County town plans to buy new computer equipment for town hall and staff, thanks to Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act money from the federal government.
CARTERET COUNTY — As Carteret County’s towns gear up for Halloween activities, County Health Department Director Stephanie Cannon urges safety precautions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point Mayor Scott Hatsell said Thursday night he strongly supports proposals to switch the town to a manager form of government, instead of an administrator, and to add a fifth commissioner to the board.
CEDAR POINT — The town’s Toys for Tots boxes should be up in Cedar Point Town Hall and rolling out to area businesses this week.
CEDAR POINT — The town of Cedar Point will have its annual fall cleanup Saturday for residents.
CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners Thursday night will discuss for the first time Commissioner John Nash’s proposal to switch Cedar Point to a manager form of government, instead of an administrator, and add a fifth commissioner to the board.
CEDAR POINT — The planning board Tuesday night recommended Cedar Point commissioners approve the site plan for additional phases of Osprey Landing, an RV Park on VFW Road near its intersection with Old Highway 58.
CEDAR POINT — One western town announced Tuesday it will neither ban nor endorse trick-or-treating on Halloween, but officials encourage those who do participate in the tradition to take strong precautions.
CEDAR POINT — The Western Carteret Fire and EMS Department recently honored a number of businesses and individuals for contributions to fire and emergency medical service efforts over the past year.
CEDAR POINT — Those looking for the perfect pumpkin and wanting to support a good cause can do both when they purchase gourds from Hannah’s Hope Pumpkin Patch at The Market at Cedar Point.
CEDAR POINT — Town Administrator David Rief announced Tuesday night he has hired Sherrie Hancock to replace Arlayne Calhoun as administrative assistant in town hall, greeting visitors and answering phone calls, among other things.
CEDAR POINT — Commissioner John Nash said he will introduce a resolution next month to switch to the manager form of government and add a sixth elected official to the Cedar Point governing body.
CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners Tuesday night approved a conservation easement that should be the last step in obtaining a long-approved $1.01 million state grant to help pay for the 2019 purchase of 56 acres of waterfront land for Cedar Point’s first park.
CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners Tuesday night unanimously approved the site plan for a commercial development on Bell Street.
CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners will hold their regular monthly session Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. and consider approval of a commercial site plan for property on Bell Street owned by Buddy Guthrie.
CEDAR POINT — Two of Cedar Point’s new businesses are nearing completion along Highway 24, one a little faster than the other.
CEDAR POINT — When the town of Cedar Point soon receives an approved $1.01 million state grant to help pay for the 2019 purchase of 56 acres of waterfront land for its park, it will be up to town commissioners to determine exactly how that’s done.
CEDAR POINT — Town officials have interviewed several applicants who seek to replace administrative assistant Arlayne Calhoun and hope to hire someone this week.
CEDAR POINT — Town Administrator David Rief said Friday he still doesn’t know when the N.C. Department of Transportation will begin work to repair a potentially dangerous and destructive sinkhole at the intersection of Highway 24 and Hazel Willis Lane.
CORRECTION: This article was updated at 11:58 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020, to correct a cutline.