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Azalea Festival Volunteers


Mayor Brenda Bozeman has been working with the Azalea Festival Committee to involve Leland in this year's festival (April 5 - 9).  If anyone is interested in becoming a volunteer, join us for a presentation this Friday, February 24th at 11:00 am in the Cape Fear Room at 102 Town Hall Drive.

Here is the link to the Azalea Festival.

 

 





Rail Forum in Two Locations


There are two forums on the potential relocation of the rail line in the City of Wilmington to the West side of the Cape Fear River -- creating a shorter access to the Port of Wilmington and opportunities for re-use of the existing track.
 
Monday, February 20
5 PM – 7 PM
Leland Town Hall
102 Town Hall Drive

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Wednesday, February 22
5 PM – 7 PM
Wilmington City Hall
102 South Third Street

 




Baldwin Drive to Close


This is to give notice that we will be closing Baldwin Drive from February 20th through February 21st for the following work to be complete:
Connect to Existing Sewer Main - work to take place approximately 300’ from Village Road
There will be detours posted.

Click Here for more details and detour map.





Public Welcome to Council Meetings




Council Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. Visitors are welcome.
 




AARP Providing Free Tax Service


AARP Foundation volunteers are helping senior citizens and low-income individuals complete their tax returns again this year.
They are serving the public on:
Wednesdays at Town Hall, 102 Town Hall Drive.
Thursdays at the old Senior Center, located at 1490 Village Road NE.
Both sites, from 9 am - 1 pm until April 13, 2017.
Participants should bring: Social Security card or other official documents; copy of last year's income tax returns; W-2 forms; and any other ...





Group Seeks to Draw Innovative Businesses


InnovateNC Focuses on Marine and Life Sciences

The two-year economic development project, supported by $250,000 worth of in-kind services from the Institute for Emerging Issues at N.C. State University, is designed to spur innovation culture more broadly within the state, so communities that already have a framework in place can build their capacity to promote and support innovation, according to the institute. Leland's Economic Development Director, Gary Vidmar, is co-leading ...