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.
CEDAR POINT — The Cedar Point Planning Board Tuesday night will consider a request for a Unified Development Ordinance text amendment to increase the allowed size of a building in the B-1 (general business) district from 25,000 to 35,000 square feet.
CEDAR POINT — Town Administrator David Rief told commissioners Tuesday night he believes the town is near the end of the process necessary to receive a long-approved $1.01 million grant to help pay for waterfront land purchased in 2019 for a park.
CEDAR POINT — Town Administrator David Rief said Tuesday he will “stay on top” of N.C. Department of Transportation officials to make sure a developing sinkhole at the intersection of Highway 24 and Hazel Willis Lane in Cedar Point gets a permanent fix, not just a temporary one.
CEDAR POINT — Three months after holding the required public hearing, Cedar Point commissioners Tuesday night voted unanimously to rezone 45.8 acres along Highway 24 to allow development of a major new subdivision.
CEDAR POINT — The town is advertising for a part-time administrative assistant to replace Arlayne Calhoun, whose resignation, announced late in July, will take effect at the end of this month.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point commissioners Tuesday night are again scheduled to vote on a 45.8-acre rezoning proposal by Andy Ennett for property along Highway 24, adjacent to Bogue Sound and just east of the Magens Bay subdivision.
CARTERET COUNTY — With another round of federal funds from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act on the way, the county’s municipalities are planning how they will spend their share of the relief money.
CEDAR POINT — The Cedar Point Planning Board Tuesday night voted unanimously to table a decision on a commercial site plan for a combination warehouse/retail building on Bell Street behind Sound Furniture and Appliance.
CEDAR POINT – Water service will be cut off on both sides of Highway 24 from BB&T to Dudley’s marina from 11:59 p.m. Monday until 4 a.m. Tuesday morning as workers from Western Carteret Water Corp. fix a leak.
CARTERET COUNTY — After two years of serious, devastating hurricanes, those who hunkered down in Carteret County Monday night ahead of Tropical Storm Isaias were largely spared another blow.
CEDAR POINT — Boathouse Creek Walking Trails Park on the White Oak River in Cedar Point will close at 4 p.m. Monday in anticipation of impacts from Tropical Storm Isaias.
CEDAR POINT — After waiting the state-required 24 hours after holding a digital public hearing, Cedar Point commissioners Wednesday night voted 4-0 to approve a major change to the sign ordinance.
CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners Tuesday night again tabled a decision on a request by Andy Ennett to rezone 45.8 acres near the intersection of Highway 24 and Highway 58 for a large residential development.
CEDAR POINT — Arlayne Calhoun, the town’s administrative assistant and finance technician, will leave her job at the end of August and move to Florida to be closer to family.
CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners voted 4-0 Tuesday night to ban the discharge of most firearms within Cedar Point town limits.
RALEIGH — At a business last week, N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission Chairperson David Hoyle Jr. recognized Executive Director Gordon Myers for his service to the agency and announced the public fishing and boating access area in Cedar Point has been named in his honor.
CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners Tuesday night are scheduled to vote on a 45.8-acre rezoning proposal by Andy Ennett for property along Highway 24 and adjacent to Bogue Sound.
Editor's note: This article was updated at 10:41 a.m. Monday, July 27, 2020, with more information.
CEDAR POINT — The Cedar Point Planning Board declined Tuesday night to enter discussions about changing regulations that allow itinerant merchants to sell political paraphernalia, among other items, in town.