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CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners Tuesday night voted 3-0 to approve Cedar Point’s 2020-21 budget, which totals $985,000 and increases the property tax rate to 11.75 cents per $100 of assessed value, from 9.25 cents in the current year that ends Tuesday.

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CEDAR POINT — A town planning board member and unsuccessful November 2019 board of commissioners’ candidate resigned Friday after he chastised Cedar Point Thursday night for not taking further steps to prevent flooding from heavy rainstorms.

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CEDAR POINT — Commissioners Tuesday night authorized Administrator David Rief to hire an appraiser and a surveyor to perform what he said would be the final steps needed to receive a long-approved $1 million grant to help pay for the land for the town’s waterfront park.

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CEDAR POINT — Officials will open town hall to the public Tuesday for the first time since closing it in March to protect residents and employees from the spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners took public comment but did not vote Tuesday night after a public hearing on Andy Ennett’s proposal to rezone 45.8 acres of land between the Magen’s Bay subdivision and Bogue Sound RV Park off Highway 24 for a new residential subdivision.

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CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners Tuesday night will hold a public hearing on a proposal to rezone 45.8 acres of mostly wooded land between the Magen’s Bay subdivision and Bogue Sound RV Park off Highway 24 for a new residential subdivision.

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CEDAR POINT — The town planning board Tuesday night voted unanimously to recommend approval of a rezoning request to allow residential development of 45.8 acres of wooded land between the Magen’s Bay subdivision and Bogue Sound RV Park off Highway 24.

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CEDAR POINT — If a resident or business owner violates a town ordinance, he or she will no longer face possible criminal charges, only civil penalties, and the town could benefit financially, thanks to action by town commissioners Tuesday night.

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cedar point — The town should soon receive its long-delayed $1 million N.C. Clean Water Management Trust Fund grant to help pay for the land for its waterfront park, Town Administrator David Rief said Tuesday night.

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cedar point — Based on discussions during a work session Friday, property owners likely will see a 1.5- to 2-cent tax increase when the 2020-21 fiscal year budget takes effect Wednesday, July 1.