Diverging Diamond on NC 133 / Village Closed This Weekend8/25/2016 2:37:00 PM
Diverging Diamond Interchange on N.C. 133 Closing This Weekend
Final paving work to take place
Wilmington –To finish the paving for the Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) on N.C. 133, the Department of Transportation will close N.C. 133/Village Road/River Road between the interchange ramps for U.S. 17/74/76 near Belville/Leland this weekend. The closure starts at 9 p.m., Friday, Aug. 26. The DDI will open for traffic by 6 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 29.
The weekend closure is necessary so crews can not only complete the paving work, but also put down lane striping for the DDI. The work is weather conditional as it can’t be done if there is rain or a wet roadway.
Motorists on N.C. 133/River Road, south of the interchange, heading toward Village Road in Leland or on U.S. 74 West will be directed onto U.S. 74 East toward Wilmington to follow their detour. Drivers using Village Road to access N.C.133, south of the interchange or U.S. 74/76 East toward Wilmington should take the ramp onto U.S. 74/76 West toward Whiteville/Myrtle Beach and follow those detour signs.
Drivers are advised to slow down, use caution and stay alert while traveling in the area, and to expect possible delays.
The NCDOT is increasing its use of DDIs because by allowing two directions of traffic to temporarily cross to the left side of a road, they improve safety by creating free flowing turns when entering and exiting a highway, eliminating the need to turn left in front of oncoming traffic. They also reduce congestion by allowing traffic to keep moving through the intersection, and limiting the number of traffic signal cycles that vehicles have to go through.
The opening of this DDI is part of the Causeway Bridge Project, which is scheduled this November.
For real-time travel information, visit the Traveler Services section of NCDOT.gov or follow NCDOT on Twitter.
Agenda for Council Meeting8/23/2016 3:32:00 PM
Town Council Agenda for Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016 Meeting
Topics include: Brunswick County School Engagement; Public comment; Pump Station #10, Billing, Harrington Village, Finance reports and more.
Agendas for Council and Planning Meetings8/19/2016 11:32:00 AM
Agendas and other documents are availble to the public at the Municipal portal, Civic Web. Click HERE for more information.
For the Aug. 25th Council Meeting Agenda, click HERE.
For the next Planning Board Agenda, click HERE.
Veterans to be honored at Founder's Day8/16/2016 12:17:00 PM
The Town of Leland invites all local veterans to participate in the 27th Anniversary Founders' Day Opening Ceremonies on Saturday, September 10. Veterans are asked to check in at the Guest Services booth at the festival entrance (102 Town Hall Dr.) no later than 2:45 pm. Veterans will be seated in a special viewing area where they will be recognized for their service during the opening ceremonies at 3 pm.
See DETAILS HERE.
RFP - Engineering Consulting8/15/2016 11:26:00 AM
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING CONSULTING SERVICES
TOWN OF LELAND, NC
The Town of Leland invites qualified firms to submit a qualification proposal to provide on-call professional civil engineering and/or land surveying consulting services associated with the planning, design, bidding, construction administration and plan review of public infrastructure projects throughout the Town.
The complete Request for Qualifications information packet can be viewed at http://www.townofleland.com/business-proposal-request. Written proposals are due by no later than 3:00 p.m. on September 7, 2017.
Any questions call (910) 332-4297 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sabrena Reinhardt, Town Clerk
RFL - Construction & Engineering8/15/2016 9:43:00 AM
REQUEST FOR LETTERS OF INTEREST
CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING INSPECTION SERVICES
TOWN OF LELAND, NC
The Town of Leland invites qualified firms to submit a Letter of Interest to provide professional construction and engineering inspection services on STP-DA multi-use path projects in the Town.
The complete Request for Letters of Interest packet can be viewed at http://www.townofleland.com/business-proposal-request. Written Letters of Interest are due by no later than 3:00 p.m. on September 7, 2017.
Any questions call (910) 332-4816 or email email@example.com
Robert Waring, Planning Manager
B.C. Utilities Chlorine8/15/2016 8:26:00 AM
BRUNSWICK COUNTY PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT
ANNUAL CHANGE FROM CHLORAMINES TO CHLORINE
Every summer, Brunswick County and the towns, cities, and other utilities that purchase water from Brunswick County implement an annual flushing program. Public Utilities employees will flush the water mains by opening fire hydrants and allowing them to flow freely for a short period of time. The flushing cleans out sediment and allows routine maintenance of the more than 5,000 fire hydrants in the Brunswick County service area. Flushing may result in some discoloration and the presence of sediment in your water. These conditions are not harmful and should be of short duration.
During this period of time, a slight change is made in the water treatment process to facilitate an effective flushing program. Throughout the year, chloramines, or combined chlorine, is added to the water as the primary disinfectant. During the summer flushing program, chlorine is added in an uncombined state, commonly referred to as free chlorine. Free chlorine is somewhat more volatile than combined chlorine, providing exceptional availability to react with sediments suspended during flushing. Brunswick County will use free chlorine as the primary disinfectant from September 12, 2016, through mid October 2016. Depending on your location within the distribution system and usage patterns, it could take up to a week for your drinking water to transition from combined chlorine to free chlorine at the beginning of the flushing program. The annual change from chloramines to chlorine for this brief period is required by the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality.
You may notice a chlorine taste and odor in your drinking water while free chlorine is utilized. If you are especially sensitive to the taste and odor of chlorine, try keeping an open container of drinking water in your refrigerator. This will enable the chlorine to dissipate thus reducing the chlorine taste. Remember – drinking water has a shelf life! Change out the water in your refrigerated container weekly.
Please note, if you have an aquarium or pond always test the water you add to your aquatic environment to be sure it is free of any chlorine before adding fish or other animals. Chemical additives with directions for removing either free chlorine or chloramines from water for use in fish tanks or ponds are available at pet/fish supply stores.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this process please contact the County’s Public Utilities Department at (910) 253-2657 or (910) 371-3490 or (910) 454-0512 or your local water provider.
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Economic Development Meeting Agenda8/8/2016 11:52:00 AM
Please see the AGENDA HERE
for the Aug. 11, 2016 Economic Development Committee Meeting.
Meetings at Town Hall - August8/1/2016 8:01:00 AM
Special Events Planning Subcommittee – August 2 at 6:00 p.m.
Cultural Arts Subcommittee – August 10 at 10:00 a.m.
Economic Development Committee – August 11 at 6:00 p.m.
Council Agenda – August 22 at 11:00 a.m.
Planning Board – August 23 at 6:30 p.m.
Town Council – August 25 at 6:00 p.m. (Please note - this meeting is normally the 3rd Thursday)
Parks and Recreation – August 31 at 6:30 p.m.
Public Hearing - Harrington Development7/22/2016 8:29:00 AM
The Town of Leland Council will hold a public hearing on August 25, 2016 at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be reached, in the Council Chambers located in Town Hall, 102 Town Hall Drive, Leland, NC to hear all persons on the matter of a proposed development agreement between the Town and the developer of Harrington Village, a project which is to be built on a 19.31 acre site located north of Village Road and lying east of Baldwin and Lee Drives and west of Fairview Road.
CLICK for hearing link.