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Despite higher expenditures, no tax increase for Wrightsville Beach residents

The Wrightsville Beach Board of Aldermen voted June 5 to approve a fiscal year 2019-2020 budget that spared residents from increased water and sewer...

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...

New Hanover County’s FY18-19 Budget Approved

Following public hearings, New Hanover County Commissioners approved the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Budget at last Monday’s meeting, including a property tax cut for the...

Wrightsville Beach tax rate adjusts for revaluation, budget hearing before board Thursday

The Wrightsville Beach Board of Aldermen will hold a public hearing on its proposed 2017-2018 budget this Thursday, June 8, which will show a...

Town of Wrightsville Beach proposed 17/18 budget- public hearing notice

A copy of the proposed Town of Wrightsville Beach Fiscal Year 2017/2018 Budget will be submitted to the Wrightsville Beach Board of Aldermen on...

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...

Wrightsville leaders deny fire chief’s equipment requests

Wrightsville Beach Fire Chief Glen Rogers asked town leaders June 8 for an equipment purchase he said would make the beach safer, but they...

County reports sales tax collections lower by $2 million

Sales tax collection in off in New Hanover County by nearly $2 million, potentially placing a revenue shortfall on a Board of Commissioners that...

Wrightsville Beach staff and leaders agree to rate increase

During a final budget workshop May 5, Wrightsville Beach staff and leaders agreed that a water and sewer rate increase is necessary to balance...

Town water rates could go up

Wrightsville Beach’s water and sewer budget is $500,000 over what the town can afford, and town leaders are in favor of increasing residents’ rates...

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