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The state's highest court on Tuesday took up the issue of whether the N.C. General Assembly exceeded its constitutional limits when it revoked the Town of Boone's extraterritorial zoning powers in 2014
The state's highest court on Tuesday took up the issue of whether the N.C. General Assembly exceeded its constitutional limits when it revoked the Town of Boone's extraterritorial zoning powers in 2014
 
The counties of Beaufort, Bertie, Dare, Hyde, Tyrrell Washington and Wayne along with the Cities of Goldsboro and Washington were invited to attend an organizational meeting for a "Joint Land Use Policy Committee for the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base".
The counties of Beaufort, Bertie, Dare, Hyde, Tyrrell Washington and Wayne along with the Cities of Goldsboro and Washington were invited to attend an organizational meeting for a "Joint Land Use Policy Committee for the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base".
 
Local governments should focus on using existing revenues more efficiently, monitoring the effectiveness of school funding, and simplifying rules for land use and zoning. Those are three key recommendations in the John Locke Foundation's new City and County Issue Guide 2014.
Local governments should focus on using existing revenues more efficiently, monitoring the effectiveness of school funding, and simplifying rules for land use and zoning. Those are three key recommendations in the John Locke Foundation's new City and County Issue Guide 2014.
 
In a case that illustrates how important the election of appellant court judges is in this state, a severely divided N. C. Supreme Court last week let stand a 2010 Court of Appeals (COA) decision that outlawed real estate "impact fees" as a means of building schools.
In a case that illustrates how important the election of appellant court judges is in this state, a severely divided N. C. Supreme Court last week let stand a 2010 Court of Appeals (COA) decision that outlawed real estate "impact fees" as a means of building schools.
 
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