In October of 2011 the New Hanover County Commissioners, backed by the support of hundreds of citizens approved the Special Use Permit (SUP) to the Zoning Ordinance for the I-1 and I-2 industrial zones. Revisions had not been made to New Hanover County’s Zoning Ordinance since 1969, before the Clean Air and Water Acts were…
It is that time of the year again – we are again enjoying the company and the hard work of our Coastal Advocacy Institute interns.
How far you live from the beach determines how willing you are to pay for terminal groins and sand pumping.
The federation’s Watershed Restoration Planning Guidebook offers cost-effective ways to reduce stormwater flow into coastal waters.
Rob Lamme, the federation’s lobbyist, will talk about the N.C. General Assembly and all things political on Wednesday, July 9, at the federation’s Fred and Alice Stanback Coastal Education Center.
Our cameras along the Northeast Cape Fear River near Wilmington answer the question.
The federation continues to insist that the state needs specific rules on terminal groins, while for N.C. Division of Coastal Management thinks it can make do.
Folks who live, work and raise families in the Cape Fear region were dealt a low-blow on Friday, Aug. 30, when the state issued its air permit for the proposed Titan Cement plant.
Nearly 400 people attended the state public hearing on Titan’s air permit to show their support for clean air and a healthy future.
Engineers rely on computer models to predict the possibles effects of terminal groins. But how reliable are these models?