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Town of Leland
Special Council Meeting Agenda
Thursday, January 8, 2015 at 11am
at Leland Town Hall
1. Town Council Call to order
2. Invocation & Pledge of Allegiance
3. Approval of Agenda
4. Goal Discussion
5. Old/New Business
6. Town Council Adjournment
Three Park & Ride lots will be available for public use starting Monday January 5, 2015. All three Park & Ride lots are located in Leland; one is located at Brunswick Forest in front of Lowe's grocery, one is located at Food Lion on Mt. Misery Rd near Hwy 74/76, and one is located at the new leland Town Hall. Signage has been erected to guide users to these lots. Each of the Park & Ride lots has a bus stop along Wave Transit's Brunswick Connector route and parking spaces sp...
Please help us to inform the residents. Thank you and Happy New Year!
The Town of Leland is looking for volunteers to serve on its boards/committees.
The Town is currently seeking applications for the:
· Founder’s Day Committee (seeking 9 members)
The Cape Fear Region’s Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Committee has developed a plan to attract and retain talent through enticing opportunities to get to and from work. This plan, Work Cape Fear: Expanding Commuter Options in the Cape Fear Region, provides a toolkit for employers to help determine what strategies could benefit their organization regarding attractive transportation options for employees. The plan also provides guidance for local juri...
The Town of Leland will be coordinating an electronics recycling drop-off day for area residents on Saturday, January 17, 2015 from 9am-3pm. The event will be held at the Leland Recreation Building at 102 Town Hall Dr. Take this opportunity to recycle your old electronics after the holiday season.
For more info CLICK HERE.
The water consumers of the Town of Leland, in Brunswick Forest Subdivision from 3012 Cobden Ct and 1332 & 1336 Cape Fear National Dr are experiencing periods of low pressure and outages in the distribution due to the water main being damaged during construction. Periods of low or no pressure in the distribution system increases the potential for back siphonage and introduction of bacteria into the water system.
Therefore, the Division of Water Resources advises that when water is ...