The public will take notice that the City of Southport Zoning Board of Adjustment will
meet on Tuesday, October 22, at 4:30 at the Indian Trail Meeting Hall, located at 113
W. Moore Street for the purpose of holding an evidentiary quasi-judicial hearing on:

CUP 19-0822-01
Conditional Use Permit Application, Accessory Dwelling

An Application for a CUP Home Occupation at 312 W. West St. The conditional use
permit is for the applicant to build a proposed accessory dwelling over a proposed
garage on the property.

If there are any questions on this matter, please contact the City Planner Thomas Lloyd
at 910-457-7961 or tlloyd@cityofsouthport.com

The City of Southport does not discriminate on the basis of disability If you need an
auxiliary aid or service or other accommodation in order to attend or fully participate at
this meeting, please contact the Clerk’s office as far in advance of the meeting as is
possible so that your request can be considered.

Thomas Lloyd
City Planner

Mayor’s Meeting will be on the third Wednesday of each month, 5:30 p.m. at the Indian Trail Meeting Hall, 113 W. Moore Street.  The public is invited to attend.

The public will take notice that the City of Southport Board of Aldermen will meet on Thursday, October 10th at 6 PM at the Rivermist Amenity Center located at 5211 Flank Court for the purpose of holding a public hearings on:

Zoning Map Amendment
BD to R-10
RZ 19-0710-01

A zoning map amendment application that would rezone 15 properties from BD to R-10
along the Lord Street and Caswell Avenue corridors between 8th and 11th streets. These
are residential properties that have always been zoned business district. City staff is
looking to fix this issue.

If there are any questions on this matter, please contact the City Planner Thomas Lloyd
at 910-457-7961 or tlloyd@cityofsouthport.com

The City of Southport does not discriminate on the basis of disability If you need an
auxiliary aid or service or other accommodation in order to attend or fully participate at
this meeting, please contact the Clerk’s office as far in advance of the meeting as is
possible so that your request can be considered

PUBLIC NOTICE CHANGE OF MEETING LOCATION
OCTOBER 10, 2019 BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING
The public shall take notice that the October 10, 2019 Board of
Aldermen regularly scheduled meeting will be held at the Rivermist
Amenity Center located at 5211 Flank Court.
6:00 p.m.
Michele Windham
City Clerk

The Southport DMV Office will be closed during July and August and will reopen in September with their regular schedule.

Due to Hurricane Dorian, the Southport DMV will only be open on Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Regular schedule will resume in October.

NC DMV office is located at the Fire Department Substation, 111 E. Nash Street, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of the first full week of each month from 9 am – 4:30 pm.

Driver’s License
New drivers must take written, vision, sign and road tests. Bring a certified copy of birth certificate and one other official document showing your age. Out-of-state drivers must take written, vision and sign tests, and possibly a road test, and surrender their old licenses. Proof of liability insurance DL 123 is required for any first time licenses in North Carolina or anyone renewing his license who has had a traffic conviction within the past four years.

Shallotte DMV Office
5300 Main Street
Shallotte, NC 28470
(910) 754-4591 (Registration)
(910) 754-5114 (Drivers License)

For customers  applying for a NC driver’s license or transferring Out-of-State Driver’s License (OSDL), needs to have the following documents:

  • Two forms governmental of ID’s
  • Proof of residency
  • Proof of insurance

For customer applying for NC identification card (ID) needs to have the following documents:

  • Two forms governmental of ID’s
  • Proof of residency

For customers requesting a duplicate of DL or ID card need NOT to have those documents, because they are already in the NC DMV data base.

BRUNSWICK COUNTY PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT WILL CHANGE FROM CHLORINE BACK TO CHLORAMINES ANNUAL FLUSHING PROGRAM EXTENDED THROUGH OCTOBER

BRUNSWICK COUNTY WILL CONVERT BACK TO CHLORAMINES AS THE PRIMARY DISINFECTANT ON AUGUST 17, 2019. FLUSHING WILL CONTINUE THROUGH OCTOBER.

On June 15, 2019, the Brunswick County Public Utilities Department began its annual disinfection changeover and flushing program. During the past few months, Public Utilities crews have worked to distribute chlorine throughout the County system. Flushing will continue once water restrictions are lifted.

During this transition period of changing the primary disinfection agent back to chloramines, customers may experience a brief period when there may be a noticeable change in the taste or smell of the water. This is a normal part of the process and water is safe to use. Depending on your location within the distribution system and usage patterns, it could be two to three weeks for your drinking water to transition from free chlorine to combined chlorine. If taste and/or odor problems persist, please contact the Brunswick County Public Utilities Department or your local water provider.

 Please note, if you have an aquarium or pond always test the water that you add to your aquatic environment to be sure it is free of any chlorine before adding fish or other animals. Chemical additives with directions for removing either free chlorine or chloramines from water for use in fish tanks or ponds are available at pet/fish supply stores. Kidney dialysis clinics and customers on home kidney dialysis equipment should also be aware of this change.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this process please contact the County’s Public Utilities Department at (910) 253-2657, (910) 371-3490, (910) 454-0512, or your local water provider.

On November 15, 2018, Waste Industries completed a merger with GFL Environmental. Due to this merger, you may
be wondering what you can expect going forward and we have good news! Our fleet will be getting a fresh coat of paint
and a new logo, but our commitment to you remains our highest priority.

You will still be serviced by the same team of professionals you’ve come to know with your time working with Waste
Industries, maintaining our commitment to a safe, sustainable, and honest service unlike any other in the industry.

• Your local team is the same team you’ve always known, still servicing your account the way we always have.
This means you’ll submit payments the same way, call the same local branch, and have your waste and recycling
collected by the same driver.

• In the future, you’ll see us move to www.gflenv.com, but for the time being we will continue to use
www.wasteindustries.com and we will update you when we are prepared to transition to a new and
improved website.

• All your account details are the same, so you can still log into your online account at www.wasteindustries.com,
use your same account number when you call on your statement, and update your account by calling or going
online as usual.

Over the coming months you’ll see trucks, containers, and uniforms begin to switch to our new colors. We thank you
for bearing with us we move through this transitional period and appreciate your patience.

Should you have any questions or concerns about the transition, please do not hesitate to contact us at the same number
you’ve always used. You can also visit us online at www.gflenv.com to learn more about the history of our new brand.

The City dock remains closed after the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew. All plans, repairs, and/or construction to the City dock will have to be approved by the North Carolina Division of Coastal Management and/or the Army Corp of Engineers. We are working closely with these agencies to develop a plan to rebuild it and reopen it as soon as possible. For more information contact City Hall at (910)457-7900. We apologize for the inconvenience.