Wilmington, NC – Parks, parking, or condos - that will be the hot topic of conversation at Tuesday's Wilmington City Council meeting, as the public gets a chance to comment on the future of the Water Street Parking Deck.
Wilmington, NC – The deteriorating Sinclair service station in historic Wilmington will be renovated into an office building.
Executive Director of Historic Wilmington George Edwards says a Connecticut tug boat operator will turn the early 20th Century gas station into his office. Edwards says for years prospectors have been looking at the old Market Street gas station.
Wilmington, NC – Plans to move a stretch of River Road to make way for a massive development were approved at Thursday night's New Hanover County Planning Board meeting.
Developers want to build a 1,340 acre development near Motts Creek. The board approved plans to move part of the road on conditions that developers meet with residents and also to make sure there is public water access.
Wilmington, NC – New Hanover County officials are planning to roll out a new county seal in 2007.
The county's current seal shows a large, docked ship with the words imports, exports, industry. There are no records indicating why it became the county seal in 1945, and whether the ship represents the port, the Battleship North Carolina or a World War Two liberty ship.
Chairman of the New Hanover County Commissioners Bill Caster says the clock tower at the historic county courthouse will serve as a better county logo.