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Interior Dept. ruling could lower beach renourishment costs

In a decision that could have an impact on Wrightsville Beach’s periodic beach renourishment efforts, the U.S. Interior Department reversed a 2016 decision that...

Wrightsville Beach budget boosts beach sand fund, raises water & sewer rates

With its passage of the 2018-2019 budget last week, Wrightsville Beach will continue to grow its sand fund while continuing to store away money...

Candidate for Wrightsville Beach’s state house district to focus on beaches, water, schools

Mel Beasley Intern Protecting the coastline will help maintain the county’s economy by encouraging continued tourism to Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach, said a Democratic candidate who...

BREAKING: Wrightsville Beach receives funding for $9.5 million winter 2018 beach renourishment project

Wrightsville Beach was notified yesterday that the funding for a $9.5 million winter beach renourishment project was formally awarded by the U.S. Army Corps...

New regulations boost Wrightsville Beach’s parking revenue

After metering more parking spaces around town and increasing the price of parking passes, Wrightsville Beach made 7.87 percent more parking revenue this fiscal...

State legislature funds beach renourishment study

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed a 2017 budget July 14 that was touted for its raise in teacher salary, but also included a...

Legislators will bring local agenda items, talk beach renourishment during this week’s legislative ‘short session’

  As the state’s General Assembly meets this week for its 2016 legislative short session, most attention will be focused on passing a budget and...

Dawson lauds beach sand efforts in county address, candidates response coming

While the New Hanover County State of the County address began with a flourish of “thank yous” and recognition of noteworthy audience members, its...

State Sen. Lee briefs local officials on beach sand funds, sales tax proposal

North Carolina’s beach towns should be prepared to work with the state to develop a plan for coastal storm damage reduction that doesn’t include...

Carolina Beach reauthorization attempts underway

Early next year, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will hire a company to strengthen and lengthen the beach strand at Carolina Beach, an...

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