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Election do-over raises hackles

South Boston reverses move to November voting; Wyatt-Younger wins bid for vice mayor

South Boston sets aside cigarette tax decision for 90 days

Four more metal detectors deployed at HCHS, HCMS


Dixie Boys 2-0 in state action





Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Government

Mecklenburg County supervisors back idea of local sales tax to pay for new school

Area lawmaker to introduce bill in 2019

Mecklenburg supervisors move on Microsoft water tank, trail expansion

New leader of Tri-County outlines community mission

Public hearing on tax rate draws query on farm use tax exemption

Mecklenburg County budget proposal tops $104 million

Nearly half dedicated to school operating needs; another $64 million set aside for capital improvements; sheriff’s office gets help on salaries

Mecklenburg County eyes two percent increase in real estate tax rate

Top-line 42 cent rate would go unchanged, but rising values would net fresh revenue

$700,000 set aside to repair ailing schools

South Boston News
Mecklenburg County’s new Tourism Coordinator, Tina Morgan, was introduced at the Monday meeting of the Mecklenburg County Board of Supervisors. Prior to coming to Mecklenburg County, Morgan worked with Jeff Reed at Virginia Growth Alliance, a regional organization of six counties (Brunswick, Charlotte, Greensville, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg and Nottoway) and the City of Emporia. The Virginia Growth Alliance seeks to facilitate economic growth in the region through business recruitment, entrepreneurship development, asset development and leadership development.
With more usage needed out of facilities before new complex can be built, supes agree to pay for fix-ups

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