Yacht Basin Overlay District Committee
Notice is given that a meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Southport Community Building at 223 E. Bay St. The Yacht Basin Overlay District Committee is a newly formed advisory committee appointed by Mayor Hatem to formulate goals and to develop future plans for the Yacht Basin Area. The public is encouraged to participate. Meetings will have a 50-person capacity and social distancing must be adhered to. Facial coverings are required.
Thomas Lloyd City Planner

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Southport will be following the Governor’s Executive Order 180 for face covering requirements.

More information available on the City of Southport’s response to COVID-19.

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City of Southport
PUBLIC NOTICE
Please take notice that the Southport Board of Aldermen will hold a special
meeting on Friday, December 11, 2020, from 9 a.m. until2 p.m., at the West Brunswick Wastewater
Treatment Plant: Utilities Operation Center; 230 Grey Water Rd. NE, Supply,
N.C., for the purpose of touring the West Brunswick Wastewater Treatment
Plant.
Tanya Shannon, City Clerk
(910) 457-7929

November 23, 2020 N. Howe St. will be closed Tuesday (Nov. 24, 2020) between  E. Moore St. & Nash St.  The 274 Construction  Group will be making asphalt cuts in preparation for the upcoming sewer project. Detours will be in place, but sidewalks and businesses will remain open.

November 16, 2020The 274 Construction Group will be working on Howe Street between Moore and Bay Streets.  South Howe Street will be closed to traffic. This is in preparation for the sewer project. They will be cutting the asphalt.

November 12, 2020 –  The 274 Construction Group has been in town taking grade shots for the incoming sewer lines at intersections for manhole manufacturing for the Howe St. sewer project. The first set of manholes are expected to be delivered next week and the pipe should soon follow. I do not have a set date as to when digging will begin, but asphalt cuts are slated to start taking place next week. As are traffic control devices. Construction will begin at the Bay St. & S. Howe St. intersection.

September 9, 2020 – Beginning mid Sept. 2020 thru June 2021 (approx.), the City of Southport will be replacing the outdated 1913 sewer system on Howe St. This project will consist of digging up and replacing all sewer lines and any sewer services from the intersection of S. Howe & Bay St. to N. Howe St. and Stuart Ave.

During this time delays will be expected, and traffic flow will be rerouted around the blocks that the construction will be taking place. Sidewalks and foot traffic will be minimally affected during construction.

We apologize for the inconvenience and possible impact to your property or business. Your patience will be greatly appreciated as we work to improve the city’s infrastructure.

Brunswick County Public Input Survey
WHAT’S YOUR VISION?
We need your help in shaping the future of Brunswick County!

The County is starting a process to prepare a new Comprehensive Development Plan & a new Comprehensive Recreation Plan, but we cannot do it without you.  Your ideas are important.  We need to hear from you in order to create the community you expect Brunswick County to become.

Close your eyes and envision Brunswick County 10 years from now.  What do you see? What don’t you see? Where will your family members and you live, work, shop, play, and relax? Are there opportunities? Are there challenges to overcome?

Please fill out this survey and give us your opinions about community character, land use, housing, transportation, recreation programming and facilities, entertainment, jobs, the environment, and the overall vision for the future of Brunswick County. We welcome any additional comments or thoughts. If you would like to add anything not addressed by a survey question, please feel free to do so in the space provided at the end of the survey.

Please complete surveys no later than January 1st, 2021. Thank you for your time and participation.  www.surveymonkey.com/r/BlueprintBrunswickSurvey

The City of Southport November 2020 Newsletter is now available.

The objective of the City Newsletter is to help readers become familiar and more connected to the wonderful things happening within Southport.

Read the November 2020 edition.

There are different ways to receive a copy of the newsletter: on the City’s Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/cityofsouthportnc/ or on the City’s website, https://cityofsouthport.com/.  You can also sign up to have the newsletter delivered to your email by filling out the signup form for “City of Southport Updates” at the bottom of the homepage on the City’s website.

Please take notice a Public Hearing will be held on December 10, 2020 6 PM in the
Southport Community Building, 223 E. Bay St., Southport, NC 28461. The purpose of
this hearing is to solicit public comment with regards to the following:

  • Amendment of the 2014 City of Southport CAMA Core Land Use Plan.

The 2014 City of Southport Land Use Plan provides a blueprint for growth and
development over the next 20 to 30 years. When viewed as a guide, the document is
intended to present the basic description of the City of Southport now and into the next
few decades. The public has the opportunity to provide written comment to the Division
of Coastal Management following the City’s adoption and prior to review and adoption of
the plan by the Coastal Resource Commission. If desired, please contact Michael
Christenbury, Wilmington District Planner, with the Division of Coastal Management
located at 127 Cardinal Drive Ext., Wilmington, NC 28405 and by phone/email at (910)
796-7426/  mike.christenbury@ncdenr.gov .

Direct any questions or concerns regarding this matter to Thomas Lloyd, City Planner at
(910) 457-7961.

All interested persons are invited to attend and provide comment. A copy of the draft
plan is available for review at City Hall Monday – Friday between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm.
The draft plan can also be found online on the Planning & Inspections page.

Thomas Lloyd, City Planner
City of Southport

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CAMA Core Land Use Plan

Map of Future Land Use

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Dosher is closely monitoring developments regarding the Novel Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. Dosher has released the following guidelines in an effort to protect our community, patients, and staff:

If you are experiencing a fever, respiratory illness, or have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, please call your healthcare provider or the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Service Help Line at 1-866-462-3821.

Before visiting our Emergency Department, Urgent Care or Clinics, please call ahead so that we can plan safety precautions to protect our patients and staff.

Testing supplies are limited. You will be screened and evaluated before a test is administered.

Dosher Urgent Care to Become Dedicated COVID-19 Screening Clinic

Dosher Memorial Hospital – COVID-19 Patient/Community Information