Leland News Blog
Leland Police Department hosted a summit to explore the merits of a LEAD program, which would allow low-level offenders a chance for treatment instead of jail time.
For more details, read the article on The Star News Website: CLICK HERE.
The N.C. Department of Transportation will continue to intermittently close the right and left lanes in both directions of the Isabell Holmes Bridge on U.S. 74 over the Northeast Cape Fear River between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. on Fridays through May 20. For full report, CLICK HERE.
ITEMS: Collaboration between TDA and ED Committee; appoint an ED Committee member to be liaison to the TDA; Leland Business Survey; Create a Marketing Brochure; Joint Effort to Improve Visibility and Marketing; Brunswick County Schools Bond Issue; More.
Click Here for Full Eco. Dev. Agenda.
ITEMS: Resignation of Keith M. Keller; Elect New Chairman; Old/New Business:
Click here for full BIC agenda.
Summits on Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion
In partnership with the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office, Leland Police Department and Fayetteville Police Department, the North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition will host two regional gatherings on
Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD)
The first will take place in Leland, NC on
Click HERE for full details.