The public will take notice that the Southport Board of Aldermen will meet on Thursday,
December 13, 2018 at 6:00 P.M. at the Southport Community Building, located at 223
E. Bay Street for the purpose of holding a public hearing on:

Zoning Map Amendment
Parcel ID 22100028:
R-20 to PUD
(RZ-18-1010-01)

A voluntary zoning map amendment that would amend the City of Southport’s zoning
map by rezoning the above property on Robert Ruark Drive in the Extraterritorial
Jurisdiction. The property would be rezoned from Residential Agricultural District (Single
Family District with 20,000 sf minimum lots) to Planned Unit Development Distirct (A
special district where multiple residential and commerical uses may be proposed and
density and lot dimensions may be different in a trade-off for significant decdication of
open space, alternative housing types, and affordable development). The total acreage
of the property to be rezoned is 68 acres.

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

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

The official swearing in of Southport Police Chief Todd Coring will be held Friday, November 16th, 4:00 p.m. at the Southport Baptist Church, 200 N. Howe Street, Southport.

 

The public will take notice that the Southport Zoning Board of Adjustment will meet on
Tuesday, November 27, 4:30 pm at 111 E. Nash St for the purpose of holding an
evidentiary public hearing and will make a quasi-judicial decision on the Conditional Use
Permits mentioned below:

CUP 18-0718–01
207 River Dr
Conditional Use Permit, Accessory Dwelling

CUP 18-0626–01
109 Highland Park
Conditional Use Permit, Accessory Dwelling

Interested citizens are encouraged to attend. If you have any further comments,
questions or concerns on this matter, please contact the City at 910-457-7961 or at
thomas_lloyd@southportnc.org.
Thomas Lloyd
City Planner

The City of Southport does not discriminate on the basis of disability. If you need an
auxiliary aid or service or other accommodations 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

Interested citizens are encouraged to attend. If you have any further comments,
questions or concerns on this matter, please contact the City at 910-457-7961 or at
thomas_lloyd@southportnc.org.

Thomas Lloyd
City Planner

 

 

The Southport Board of Aldermen are now accepting applications from interested
persons for the following appointed boards and committees:

  •  Board of Adjustment (three city terms, one extraterritorial jurisdiction term
    & one extraterritorial jurisdiction alternate term)
  •  Planning Board (one city term & one extraterritorial jurisdiction alternate
    term)
  • Appointments are for 3-year terms

Appointments will be made at the December 13, 2018 Board of Aldermen
meeting.

Please submit applications by 4:00 p.m. on Monday, November 26,
2018 to the City Clerk, 1029 N. Howe Street, Southport, NC 28461.

Applications are available at City Hall and on the website.

Michele Windham

Duke Energy and county officials to perform annual maintenance on sirens around Brunswick Nuclear Plant

  • Siren tests to be conducted over the next several weeks.
  • No public action required

SOUTHPORT, N.C. – The outdoor warning sirens within the 10-mile area around the Brunswick Nuclear Plant will be tested over the next several weeks. The tests will be full-volume tests that will last approximately five to 10 seconds. The work will be conducted Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Since the sirens will be tested individually, there is no specific time when residents can expect to hear the sirens.

This testing is being performed to support the annual maintenance of the sirens. These audible tests are conducted to ensure each siren works properly after the maintenance is performed. Each siren may be tested multiple times. Residents may not hear the sirens unless they are close to one when it is being tested.

For more information about the outdoor warning sirens, residents can refer to information available on www.duke-energy.com/NuclearEP.

Duke Energy Progress

November 1st

Last pickup of C&D and Vegetative Debris To Be Placed on Right-of-ways
for Contractor to Remove

Brush Bandit will resume normal yard debris pickup on Wednesday, October 3.   Brush Bandit will pick up debris placed in the yard waste container and in bags.

AFTER STORM CLEAN UP

• Place All Food Matter In Trash Can or in Heavy Trash Bags
• No Household Hazardous Waste

Three (3) Piles – Placed at edge of your property – NOT ON ROADWAY

1. Vegetative Yard Debris
2. Construction Debris (carpet, furniture, etc.)
3. White Goods (refrigerator, freezer, etc.)EMPTY & REMOVE DOORS

Do Not Block Utility Poles, Fire Hydrants, Water Meters, Cable Boxes,Driveways, Drains

DO NOT TAKE DEBRIS TO TAYLOR FIELD

Information on Brunswick County Public Utilities Drinking Water

SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT FEE REPORT under discussion by the Board of Aldermen.

Click here for a copy of the System Capacity Fee Report 

 

 

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.