A Land Planning Committee Meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, August 21, 2007 at 9:00 a.m. in City Hall.
Jimmy Brummitt of the Airport Authority addressed the Henderson City Council on Monday evening to speak about the City’s contribution to that organization.
Doc Bailey and the Reverend John Stewart pitched the reintroduction of a Henderson public access channel at Monday evening’s Henderson City Council meeting.
We hope that Hendersonians will check out this site in support of the Faith to Freedom Project, Inc. The purpose of this 501(c)(3) organization is to build a park in a high-needs area of our city which will potentially serve 1,000 children. Please visit the site and show your support. With that, we give you the open line.
Welcome to another edition of Hot in Henderson. Try not to turn up the flame on today’s open line.
On August 2, 2007, the 2007 session of the North Carolina General Assembly adjourned.
North Carolina students increased their performance on the ACT college admissions exam in 2007, scoring just two-tenths of a point lower than the national average, according to results released by the ACT today.
There will be an American Red Cross blood drive at Henderson Family Medicine at 480 Ruin Creek Road in Henderson on Friday, August 17, 2007 from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. All types of blood are in demand. Remember that summer is the season of highest blood need. Please contact: Cheryl Quesnel at 252.492.3152 with any questions that you may have.
There are many thing to talk about. What’s your pleasure?
Mr. Billy Strickland II has joined the city as Henderson’s full time staff attorney.
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In an 8-0 vote, the Henderson City Council passed the amendments to the Minimum Housing Code.
Editor’s Note: The views expressed in this and any other letter to the editor, past, present, or future do not necessarily reflect the editorial opinion of Home in Henderson. What’s the difference between a radio and WIZS’s “Town Talk” personality George Rush?
Last week we ended a very successful session.
In case you’re wondering why the page counters have disappeared, well, it turns out that they’re under-reporting hits on Home in Henderson by some 200,000 counts. Until we get the technical problem solved, they’ll just have to go. The microphone is on. Step up.
Editor’s Note: The views expressed in this and any other letter to the editor, past, present, or future do not necessarily reflect the editorial opinion of Home in Henderson. After many weeks of questions from the Henderson City Council’s Community Development Committee, and many attempts to get a handle on the concerns of Henderson attorney Michael Satterwhite’s clients, a list was finally presented on Aug 1, 2007.
Will today be the day that the Henderson City Council votes on the revisions to Minimum Housing and the CO ordinances? Let us know what you think on today’s open line.
The Henderson City Council will meet tonight at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall.
Chief K.L. Sidwell of the Henderson Police Department and Vance County Sheriff Peter White reported that members of the Interagency Drug Enforcement Unit executed a search warrant on August 9, 2007.
There’s lots to talk about, so we won’t even try to guide the discussion. Carry on.