The Chair inquires as to whether any member knows of any conflict of interest or appearance of conflict with respect to matters before the Council.
Agriculture has always been an integral part of North Carolina’s history and culture and though its financial impact has lessened, it remains one of the largest sectors of our economy.
The Vance County Board of Commissioners’ Planning/Environmental Committee is scheduled to meet Tuesday, February 12, 2008 at 4:00 p.m. in County Manager Jerry Ayscue’s conference room. Also, the Board of Commissioners has been invited to attend (just to observe) a presentation by Be Active North Carolina. The presentation will be held Thursday, February 14, 2008 at the Aycock Recreation Complex. At this time, no commissioner is scheduled to attend.
Anti-impotence pill could boost high-flying pilots?. It’s a world gone mad.
by Lt. Irvin Robinson Safe Kids Henderson-Vance Coalition On February 7, 2008, the Safe Kids Henderson—Vance Coalition held a Child Passenger Safety Seat check at Wal—Mart from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Washington, D.C. -— U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge (D-Lillington), a member of the House Budget Committee, today voted for a final compromise version of legislation that would provide more than 3.5 million North Carolina households with a tax rebate and help stimulate the economy.
Vance County Schools posted a dropout rate of 5.06%, or 190 students during the 2006-2007 school year.
Henderson isn’t the only town that believes that its main street can be resuscitated into an urbane place to live and work. Check out what Rocky Mount is doing to breathe life into an institution nearly marginalized to death by suburban sprawl.
Vance resident Susette McLendon asked the Vance County Board of Commissioners for a time frame to receive information about the most recent property reevaluation.
The Vance County Board of Education approved a requested $216,000 for the expansion of the cafeteria at E.O. Young Elementary school at its regular Monday meeting.
Brian Short, Director of Emergency Services for Vance County, made his first report to the Board of Commissioners during their regular meeting this past Monday evening.
President Bill Clinton is advocating a fix for current education law. Is it broke? Let us know on today’s open line.
During the meeting of the Vance County Board of Commissioners on this past Monday evening, Vance County Schools Maintenance Director Claiborne Woods distributed this video outlining the district’s present and future school renovation and construction needs.
In a six-to-one vote, the Vance County Board of Commissioners voted to accept a bid to remove a house from the site where a proposed elementary school and middle school are to be built.
There will be a blood drive at the Maria Parham Medical Center on Friday, February 8, 2008 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. For further information, contact LeeAnne Peoples at 252.436.1116.
On Wednesday, February 6, 2008, career vehicles came to visit students from E.M. Rollins Elementary School in the Armory parking lot.
Who’ll get their new elementary school first? Vance or Wake?
A Relay for Life meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 7, 2008 at 6:00 p.m. in the auditorium of the Maria Parham Medical Center. Come and join us and register for the upcoming Relay For Life event! Please bring a committee member with you and/or a survivor. Remember, bring your movie choices for your team theme.
Congressman G. K. Butterfield made the following statement on President Bush’s proposed Fiscal Year 2009 federal budget: “President Bush has again presented a troubling budget that fails to consider the needs of seniors, veterans and working families. President Bush wants to cut health care for seniors and working families, raise health care costs for veterans and slash energy assistance.
Members of the Mt. Zion United Church of Christ Outreach Ministry Clothing Closet receive Community Heroes award. The Vance County Board of Commissioners, working in conjunction with the Vance County Appearance Commission, have begun a campaign to take note of people in the county “who care about their neighbors and make Vance County a great place to live, work, and play”.