Editor’s Note: The following is the text of former Henderson City Council member Bobby Gupton’s remarks to the Henderson City Council during the public comments period of Monday night’s meeting. It was presented to us for publication as a letter to the editor. Mayor, Mr. Wyatt, City Council: The current tax rate for the city of Henderson is 67 cents.
While gubernatorial candidates slug it out over higher education, we wonder if it isn’t primary and secondary education that deserve the lion’s share of attention.
by Gina DeMent, Public Information Officer Five County Mental Health Authority It’s never too early to talk to your students about safety on prom night.
On April 14, 2008, officers of the Henderson Police Department responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle at the Crossroads Mini Storage units located at 943 W. Andrews Avenue.
During the meeting of the Henderson City Council on Monday, April 14, 2008, Interim City Manager Ed Wyatt asked for members to make a decision regarding changes to Henderson sanitation.
Chief K.L. Sidwell of the Henderson Police Department reported that members of the Narcotics Unit conducted a traffic stop on the parking lot of Social Services at 350 Ruin Creek Road in Henderson.
The age of the lab rat coming to an end?
The Vance County Board of Commissioners has scheduled a work session for Monday, April 21 at 4:00 p.m. in the Commissioners’ Conference Room.
** UPDATED ** In a marathon three and a half hour plus Henderson City Council session, members voted five to two, with Mike Inscoe abstaining due to a stated conflict of interest, to rescind Chapter 21C of Henderson City Code with calls for a certificate of occupancy for rental dwellings.
Editor’s Warning: Get comfortable. This is a long one. Click here to view yesterday’s meeting of the Henderson City Council.
Is American livestock at risk due to a government research site decision? You be the judge on today’s open line.
Here is the agenda for tonight’s meeting of the Vance County Board of Education:
As the Vance County Relay for Life approaches, here’s a link where you may educate yourself on one aspect of this dreadful disease cancer. It makes my heart attack look like a walk in the park.
Here is the agenda for tonight’s meeting of the Henderson City Council. The Council will meet at 7:00 p.m. in its chambers in City Hall. 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.
from Contributor Reports While Oxford Mayor Al Woodlief did not attend the meeting of the Kerr Lake Regional Water System partners on April 9 at 10:00 a.m. at City Hall, and his name was not mentioned, no time was lost in contradicting his published assessment that Henderson “is confronted with a roughly three-decade old water plant in need of extensive work…” as the the agenda of the Kerr Lake Regional Water Authority was amended to include the topic of upgrades …
While you’re browsing today, check out our new featured link Your Avon brought to us by Avon representative Twyla Orr. Remember, mosquito season is almost upon us, and I wouldn’t want to be without my supply of Skin So Soft!
The Vance County Board of Commissioners’ Properties Committee is scheduled to meet Tuesday, April 15 at 12:00 in County Manager Jerry Ayscue’s conference room to discuss Social Services office space.
Editor’s Note: This week’s Raleigh Report contains a link to the State Board of Elections where you can check your voter registration status, polling station, and see a sample ballot. We recommend a look. This week Gov. Easley announced the recipients of the Energy Efficiency Reserve Fund grants.
Nancy’s Wild Kingdom is selling tickets to raffle off a five burner stainless steel gas grill.
The Daily Dispatch is reporting today that the State Bureau of Investigation will be looking into the Shahita White traffic stop. We do not know how large the scope of their investigation will be.