Leland News Blog
Mayor Bozeman lifts the State of Emergency for the Town of Leland at 12:00 noon on Tuesday, October 6, 2015.
The Town Hall and the Cultural Arts Center are operating under normal business hours.
The Town Hall and the Cultural Arts Center will operate under their normal business hours.
Mayor Brenda Bozeman has declared a State of Emergency within the Town of Leland on Sunday, October 4, 2015 at 8:00 p.m.
I, Brenda Bozeman, as Mayor of the Town of Leland, North Carolina, hereby proclaim that there is a State of Emergency within the Town of Leland, North Carolina. This proclamation is imposed under the authority of the North Carolina General Statutes, Section 14‐288.12 and 166A‐8. I am hereby issuing a public proclamation declaring to all persons that there i...
Town Hall will be closing on Friday, October 2, 2015 at 4:00 pm due to Inclement Weather.
Essential personnel are available.
The Police Department is staffed. Please call 911 and they will dispatch the Police to assist the public.
Dear Brunswick County Residents,
Brunswick County’s leaders are in the process of formulating a new long-term strategic vision for our county’s future, and we need to hear from you.
Brunswick County is a great place; that’s why so many new people have chosen to make our county their home in recent years. Our county has undergone tremendous changes in the 11 years since our last visioning process was completed.
The type of rapid growth we&r...
One lane will remain open at all times in each direction
Wilmington – The N.C. Department of Transportation will intermittently close one lane in each direction on the Thomas Rhodes Bridge on U.S. 17 over the Cape Fear River in Wilmington, from 9 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 30, until 5 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 1. The closures are necessary for bridge inspectors to perform a one-year warranty inspection of the bridge.
A warranty review is standard for all NCDOT contracts. For...