Pat Batleman

Local
4:37 pm
Wed December 3, 2014

Citizens demonstrating they value mass transit more than officials understand, says WMPO Chair

The entrance to Brunswick Forest in Leland, one of three Park and Ride locations slated to open within several weeks.
Carolina Plantations Real Estate

Brunswick County is likely to see the largest population surge in southeastern North Carolina over the next several decades. 

In preparation for this growth, policy makers from the Wilmington Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, the regional transportation planning agency with representatives from New Hanover, Brunswick, and Pender Counties, are developing a modernized transportation plan to address congestion and what they're calling "enticing" options for the next generation of commuters.

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Local
4:21 pm
Wed December 3, 2014

CoastLine: Modernizing Transportation in the Cape Fear

As the populations of Brunswick, Pender, and New Hanover Counties continue to swell, accommodating the movement of people and goods requires much more creativity and innovation than just widening roads or building more of them. 

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Local - November 6
1:43 am
Wed November 6, 2013

Brunswick County's 2013 Municipal Elections

Courtesy Brunswick County

Village of Bald Head Island, Mayor:

Incumbent Andy Sayre beat out challenger Larry Lammert.

Joe Ridgeway ran unopposed for the one open Council seat.  

Town of Belville:

Mike Allen, who ran unopposed for Mayor earned 89% of the vote.

And Donna Schardien and Tony Huskey, the only two candidates for council, will serve. 

City of Boiling Spring Lakes:

Craig Caster beat out Charlie Carroll for the Mayor seat in Boiling Spring Lakes.

Mary Stilwell and David Putnam won seats on the Commission.

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