Home in Henderson was contacted today by Henderson City Manager Jerry Moss with documents that refute a claim made in a comment post on today’s open line.
Don’t forget about the CO forum at Shiloh Baptist Church at 7:00 p.m. tonight. With that, we give you the open line.
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The Vance County Board of Commissioners will meet in special session on Thursday, September 20, 2007 at 5:30 p.m. in the Commissioners’ Conference Room.
A special blood drive is being held by the Vance County American Red Cross because of a shortage in the blood supply.
On September 14, 2007, at 10:30 p.m., Officers T.W. Long and M. Overton were conducting a foot patrol in the area of Gate City Foods located at 601 W. Andrews Avenue.
The meeting between the Henderson City Council’s Finance and Intergovernmental Committee (FAIR) and the Vance County Board of Commissioners’ Intergovernmental Relations Committee that was to take place at 4:00 p.m. has been postponed. No further information was made available.
Our analysis of the year’s Henderson election suggests that it is centered around competing philosophies rather than specific issues. With that in mind, we wonder if readers will expound on what those philosophies are and whether or not a synthesis can or should be reached.
Click here to see yesterday’s Henderson candidate’s forum. Due to some technical issues, a small portion of the debate was not recorded. These parts are noted in the video. Enjoy.
Here is an attempt to stream the Henderson City Council of September 10, 2007 as a Windows Media File. This should provide a clearer picture and more ease of viewing. You may view the meeting here. Please give us some feedback and let us know how this is working for you.
Well, we finally got a little rain. Now, can we have a little more? Do your verbal raindance on our Weekend open line.
Henderson City Council member and chair of the Community Development Committee Garry Daeke will hold a public forum on the proposed Ordinance Requiring a Permit to Rent Dwelling Units in the City of Henderson.
At the last meeting of the Henderson City Council on September 10, 2007, Henderson Mayor Clem Seifert acknowledged the receipt of a letter from North Carolina Governor Mike Easley asking 93 counties for water restrictions.
Editor’s Note: This letter ran in The Daily Dispatch recently. Because the Dispatch has a 400 word limit on letters to the editor, the author, Henderson City Council member Lynn Harper, asked us to publish it in its pre-abridged state. We have granted her request. To the Editor: In 30+ years of subscribing to The Daily Dispatch, this is the first time I have felt the need to write a letter to the Editor.
I returned to Raleigh this week along with many of my colleagues for a special session to reconsider an economic incentives bill that Governor Easley vetoed in August.
** Headline Corrected ** Henderson City Council member and chair of the Community Development Committee Garry Daeke is holding a public forum on the proposed Ordinance Requiring a Permit to Rent Dwelling Units in the City of Henderson.
“I’m very dissatisfied with President Bush’s intention to stay the course in Iraq.
Washington, D.C. -— U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge (D-Lillington) released the following statement on September 10 regarding General Petraeus’ testimony to Congress about the war in Iraq.
** Updated ** The Boys & Girls Club of North Central North Carolina will be sponsoring a “Day for Kids” on September 15, 2007 at in the Exhibit Hall at the Vance County State Fair.
The Breeze Band will be in Henderson today at 5:30 at “Meet Me in the Street”! This is the last outdoor concert this year.