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Home Documents Lumina News. Lumina News Download Report. Published on Jul View Download 7. National Weather ServicePrint Big! In the suit, filed in U. District Court, Francois L. Baldwin accuses the town of racial discrimination, wrongful ter-mination and violations of the Americans With Disabilities Act.

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Baldwin was a utility main-tenance mechanic for the water and sewer department from May to December Now, Mayor Bill Blair said he doesnt want to focus on revenue, but rather finding a solution that works for the six or seven busi-nesses in that district. So far, business owners have spoken out for and against adding paid parking to spaces, where many of their patrons park.

Under pri-mary consideration are spaces on Old Causeway Drive; secondary consideration are Short, Keel and Marina streets. Poes Tavern co-owner Rusty Bennett met with board members April 14 to say he is in favor of paid parking because it would deter beachgoers from parking in front of his location, open-ing up more room for restaurant patrons; but Lighthouse Beer and Wine founder Jason Adams feels different. We had paid parking on Old Causeway Drive about three years ago, Adams said during an April 8 public hearing.

That one summer, it did not seem to work. Im not in favor of paid n See parking Page 5n See Jellies Page 5Vocational school eyed for new hanoVerBy Tricia VanceStaff WriterNew Hanover County students soon may be able to attend a vocational high school that takes them luuls from graduation to gainful employment. Several school board members are working with Rep.

Rick Catlin, R-New Hanover, on a plan to open a vocational high school, and they plan to take their idea to the school board next month.

Tammy Covil, Lisa Estep and Bruce Shell are working with Catlin, who says a state viikma already allows school districts to open career and technical high schools to provide students with in-demand job skills upon graduation. The school board trio envisions something similar, with a course of study that allows students to obtain a high school education and marketable vocational skills simultaneously.

But llumina would go a step farther. A General Assembly bill calls for changes to the high school graduation requirements that could accommodate a voca-tional high school, and, Catlin said, contains the mechanism to start sutletului pilot program. Since the bills passage there has been no movement on the concepts it supports, he said, and he hopes New Hanover County will lead the way.

Davis said he has spoken to the bills author, an inland lawmaker who has agreed not to push the bill any further. House Bill would elimi-nate the states share of funding to dredge shallow-draft inlets, including New Topsail and Carolina Beach inlets. Its pri-mary sponsor, Republican Rep.

Mitchell Setzer, R-Catawba County, filed the bill last week.

Wrightsville Beach Mayor Bill Blair said it was not a great day for the town. Blair and town manager Tim Owens were on location as the trees were cut. The interesting thing about them in particular is that their sails are oriented either left handed or right handed and that means when the wind blows on them the population splits.


Half go kind of in one direction and half go in the other. That tends to distribute them more broadly; so if some are washing up on shore, an equal number are going out to sea; so, clever mechanism for making sure the population is not all blown onto the shore, Pawlik said. A marine biologist and invertebrate specialist, Pawlik lumna the jellyfish live on the oceans surface and the species is not widely studied because it lives so Staff photo by Emmy Errante A Portuguese man o war washes up on Wrightsville Beach Sunday, April That increase in lumlna, he said, stems from sufketului string of recent incidents in the towns bar district most notably a Feb.

By more people, House means an extra police officer and a com-munity watch program. Houses proposals for extra manpower await a vote of approval from the aldermen at the boards final budget meeting April He first introduced the community watch program concept dur-ing his quarterly Chat with the Chief April 16 to gauge residents willingness to participate in the effort.

The 10 or so citizens suflethlui the presentation in town hall council chambers seemed in favor of the proposal. But, House said, a successful community watch requires residents to donate their time. It was just an idea to float it out there. House said Wilmington and New Hanover County each run a similar program, a citizens police luuule, that could zufletului an option for the town. We might reach out to them and see what benefit they get out of it, he said, but that depends on getting the extra [officer] position because if we dont get that, sufeltului just dont have the time or manpower to put one of those programs together.

When House proposed lumna an extra police officer during prior budget meetings, he received pushback from aldermen. House claimed creating the new position would include a restructuring of the entire department in a way that would not cost the town any extra money.

The board members wanted concrete proof of that, so House met with Mayor Bill Blair to explain exactly how he could add a position at no cost. Core is retiring soon, House said, and rather than fill the vacant captain position he wants to hire a lieutenant and an officer. He said this would take administrative duties away from his sergeants, allowing them to be out on the road all day. The two lieutenants would take on the administrative duties during the week and patrol on the weekends.

They would rotate shifts, so a lieutenant would always be on duty and patrolling downtown on weekend nights. House said his proposal would create more efficiency in the department and put an additional officer on the road. He said the cost of hiring an extra officer would be offset by cutting five reserve officer positions.

Once I actually did the math it looks like its actually going to be saving the town money, he said. Department of Transportation is adding a median and making other improvements to Market Street near where the new Walmart will be. The work has caused traffic congestion, and DOT officials suggest drivers use a detour that takes traffic around the construc-tion along the Martin Luther King Jr.

Parkway, North College Road and I Meanwhile, the long-planned replacement of the Third Street bridge in downtown Wilmington has begun. The road will be closed to traffic at that spot for at least one year. Later this year, in October, Market Street will once again be the site of road construction, at Kerr Avenue.

Both streets will be widened, and the busy inter-section will be reconfigured to prohibit left turns from Market Street onto Kerr Avenue. New service roads will be installed to handle left-turning traffic. Five new stoplights and some improvements to Cinema Drive are also included in construction. The project was to begin this spring, but officials did not want to begin until all the utilities are moved, said Jason Rivenbark, the DOT assistant resident engineer who is overseeing the project.


The board of transportation is expected to approve a contract in August, with work beginning sometime in October.

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Rivenbark admitted there will be traffic headaches. There will be some lane closures, he said. Its going to be hassle, just because its construction. That payment is in lieu of charg-ing Sonoco to use the plant, which formerly burned garbage to gener-ate electricity. Monday, the commissioners approved an agreement with the city of Wilmington to send all of the citys recyclables to the old WASTEC plant.

The city council was expected to consider the proposal at its meeting Tuesday night. Together, the city and county generate about 14, tons of recyclable materials annually. The Sunoco-run facility eventually will be able to handle 25, tons annually. That leaves open the possibility for other communities in the Cape Fear region to use the facility, Suleyman said.

Recycled materials make up a small percentage of what New Hanover County residents and businesses throw away annually. The environmental management department disposes of more thantons each year. Residents of the unincorporated area who use one of the seven drop-off locations will notice some difference. They will need to place glass bottles and jars in a separate bin at the convenience sites. Residents already separate cardboard, but Sonoco will not pay for glass bottles, Suleyman said.

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AprilLumina news Your Coastal Community newspaper since may 3surfboard theftThe morning of April 19, Kevin Forester and Sara Buckley reported two stolen surfboards from their garage. They said the theft probably occurred overnight because the garage door was left open. One board is light blue, 7 feet, 6 inches with a white stripe down the center; the other is a white 6-foot, 4-inch Tom Neilson Flying Floatey Fish design.

April 18, police discovered someone had utilized a metal pry bar to pull up some poles on Old Causeway Drive. There is currently no suspect. April 18, year-old Andrew Nicholson flagged down an officer and reported his Volkswagen Rabbit truck was stolen. He said he parked the truck at No. When he came out in the morning it was gone. Sanjiv Khanna was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Warning tickets Travis Capps was issued a warning ticket for an expired drivers license. Jason Manuel was issued a civil penalty for noise. Drug paraphernalia was reported. Sperandeo was issued a citation for expired registration, driving during revocation. Joyner was issued a citation for expired registration.

Dustin Glenn Allen was issued a citation for driving during revocation. Jaylean Lamar Gilliam was issued a citation for simple posses-sion of marijuana. Andrew Nicholson reported a stolen motor vehicle.

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Marijauna possession was reported. Larceny of two surfboards was reported. For The recordQuestion and photographs by Cullen LeaIn the United States, presidential candidates unofficially campaign for up to two years, and officially campaign for 10 months. Would you prefer a shorter campaign length for the U.

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