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Hello Bladen County I am one of the "Whom so ever" God speaks of...
Hello Bladen County I am one of the "Whom so ever" God speaks of in John 3:16. I would like to invite you to a Sunday service and Newlight Church at 103 Chestnut St in Bladenboro. Let me say, I was led by the Spirit to place this ad. To be led or drawn to Jesus, He says in John12:32, "and I, if I am lifted up from earth, will draw all men to Myself". Jesus is exalted and praised each and every Sunday at Newlight. Do you want to be drawn into His glorious light and out of darkness? Visit Newlight and find out for yourself what a wonderful place it is to worship Jesus Christ, The King of Glory. I invite you to join us Sunday, services are 9am and 11am. I thank you from the depths of my soul.
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CAREER ANDTECHNICAL EDUCATIONWILLA DEAN WILLIAMS,DIRECTORNOTICE ...
CAREER ANDTECHNICAL EDUCATIONWILLA DEAN WILLIAMS,DIRECTORNOTICE TO PUBLICThe attention of students, parents, employees and the general public is invited to the following announcement:The Bladen County School system offers a comprehensive program of vocational technical education for students in grades 9 through 12 at West Bladen High School and East Bladen High School in English and Spanish. Vocational programs are offered in Agriculture, Business and Information Technology, Health Occupations, Family and Consumer Sciences and Trade and Industrial Education (Carpentry, Masonry, Auto Technology, Drafting, Welding, and Plumbing). Not all programs are available at all schools. Cooperative Education, on-the-job training, is available to students in grades 11 and 12 in all high schools. Apprenticeship Programs that lead to job certification through the N.C. Department of Labor are available in all high schools. Career Exploration for seventh and eighth grades is offered at Elizabethtown Middle, Clarkton School of Discovery, East Arcadia Elementary School, Bladenboro Middle School, and Tar Heel Middle School. All job skill courses lead to employment opportunities. Special Support Services are available for students who may need assistance to succeed in a regular vocational program. Job Placement Services are also available for completers of vocational education courses. It is the policy of Bladen County Schools that all students are admitted to vocational education courses without regard to race, sex, religion, national origin or handicapping conditions. Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs. Dr. Robert Heavenridge, of the Bladen County School system, has been appointed Coordinator of the Title IX regulations. (Re: Federal Register Vol. 45. No. 92, May 1980, Pg. 30957, Sections 106.8 and 106.9). Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits discrimination on the basis of handicapping conditions in educational programs. Dr. Reida Roberts has been appointed Coordinator of 504 regulations. (Re: Federal Register Vol. 45, No. 92, May 1980, Pg. 30939, Section 104.8). The above named individual is located in the Bladen County Board of Education Administration Building, US 701 South,Elizabethtown NC 28337Telephone: 910-862-4136. CARRERA Y TECNICO EDUCACIONWILLA DEAN WILLIAMS, DIRECTORANOTICIA PARA EL PUBLICOLa atencion de estudiantes, padres, empleados, y el publico general son invitados a la noticia siguiente: La sistema de la escuela del condado de Bladen ofrece un programa compresiva de educacion de tecnica vocacional para estudiantes en grados nueve hasta el doce para la secundaria de West Bladen y la secundaria de East Bladen. Programas vocacionales son ofrecidas en Agricultura, Negocios y Informacion de tecnologia, Ocupaciones de Salud, Familia y Ciencia de Consumacion, Educacion de Negocio y Industria (Carpinteria, Barrileria de ladrillo, Etnologia de Autos, Dibujos Esbozos Texcales, Soldadura y Fontaneria). No todos los programas son disponibles en todas las escuelas. Educacion cooperativa, en el trabajo entrenamiento, es disponible para estudiantes en grados doce en todas las secundarias. Programas Aprendizajes que lleva certificacion de trabajo hasta el Departamento de labor de Norte Carolina son disponibles en todas las secundarias. Exploracion de Carrera para los grado de septimo y octavo se ofrecen en Elizabethtown. El Liceo o mediano de las Escuelas de Clarkton of Discovery, East Arcadia de primer grado con liceo o mediano grados y la Escuela liceo o mediana de Tar Heel. Todos los cursos de habilidad de trabajo llevan a oportunidades de empleo. Servicios Especiales de Apoyo son disponibles para estudiantes que necesitan asistencia para triunfas en un programa regular vocacion. Servicios de Situar en trabajos tambien son disponibles para los que completaron cursos de educacion vocacionales. Es Politica de las Escuelas del Condado de Bladen que todos los estudiantes sean admitidas a cursos de educacion vocacionales sin hacer caso de raza, sexo, religion, origin nacional, , o condiciones minusvalidas. Titulo IX de las enmiendas educacionales del 1972 prohibe discrimincacion en el fundamento de sexo en programs de educacion. Dr. Robert Heavenridge, de las Sistemas de las Esquelas del Condado de Bladen esta apuntado el Coordinador de Titulo IX de las regulaciones. (Re: Federal Registro Vol. 45, No. 92, mayo 1980, PG. 30957, Seccion 106.8 y 106.9). Seccion 504 del Acto de Rehabilitacion de 1973 prohibe discriminacion en fundamentos de condiciones de invalidez en el programa de educacion. Dr. Reida Roberts esta apuntado Coodinador de 504 regulatorio. (Re: Federal registro Vol. 45, No. 92 mayo 1980. PG. 30939, Seccion 104.8). Arriba de este mensaje el nombre de la persona nombrado esta locado en el Edificio del Borde de Administrativo de Educacion.US 701 South,Elizabethtown, NC 28337Telefono: (910) 862-4136.
TOWN OF ELIZABETHTOWNPUBLIC NOTICEThe Town of Elizabethtown, wit...
TOWN OF ELIZABETHTOWNPUBLIC NOTICEThe Town of Elizabethtown, with assistance from the North Carolina Rural Water Association, is in the process of developing a Wellhead Protection Program. This is a voluntary program intended to assist us in protecting the system’s water supply from contamination, and to identify vulnerable areas around our wells called "Wellhead Protection Areas". Another goal of this program is to make residents and businesses aware that chemicals and other pollutants spilled or dumped in the vicinity of the "Wellhead Protection Areas" can be drawn into the wells, possibly contaminating the system’s drinking water supply.Town officials are asking for your help in developing this program. A draft copy of the Wellhead Protection Plan will be available for review and comment at the Elizabethtown Town Hall for a period of 15 days. You are invited to review the program, and submit any comments or suggestions to the Town. All written public comments will be reviewed by the Wellhead Protection Committee, and any suggestions or comments that may bebeneficial will be incorporated into the program.If you have questions or comments, contact Mr. Mike Hayes, Utilities Maintenance Supervisor, Town of Elizabethtown, (910)862-2035.Elizabethtown Town Council will be conducting a Special Called Meeting at Noon on September 22, 2014 at the Elizabethtown Town Hall to consider adoption of thisWellhead Protection Program.Sylvia Campbell, Mayor
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING RELATIVE TO APPLICATIONBY THE TOWN OF D...
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING RELATIVE TO APPLICATIONBY THE TOWN OF DUBLINFOR FUNDING UNDER THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITYDEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1974, AS AMENDEDNotice is hereby given that the Town of Dublin Board of Commissioners will conduct a public hearing on Monday, September 15, 2014, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the agenda will allow, at the Town Municipal Building, 7386 Albert Street, Dublin, NC, relative to the intention of the town to apply for FY2014/15 CDBG funding under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, as described in 24 CFR 570.488. The purpose of the public hearing is to obtain the views and proposals of the citizens of the Town of Dublin with regard to the determination of priorities for the community development and housing needs of the town. The Town adheres to the federal guidelines and procedures to minimize adverse impacts from residential displacement and relocation required as a result of programmed activities in the CDBG program. No displacement is anticipated in the current application for CDBG funding. The application contains the Town Residential Antidisplacement and Relocation Assistance Plan.The Town of Dublin intends to submit an application for a grant of $353,600 in CDBG Infrastructure funds to replace deteriorated water lines in the town’s municipal water system to serve low- and moderate- income residents in various locations in the town. The following is a tentative list of proposed activities and an estimated budget. The final application will be reviewed at the public hearing.1. CDBG Water Improvements $318,6002. Administration $ 35,000TOTAL $353,600All citizens are requested and encouraged to attend the public hearing and make comments and suggestions. If additional information is needed, please contact, Jane Starnes, Town Clerk at 910/862-4301.Formal written complaints or comments concerning the application process that are submitted to the Town will be responded to within ten working days by the Dublin Board of Commissioners.This information is available in Spanish or any other language upon request. Please contact Jane Starnes, Town Clerk at 910/862-4301 or the Town Municipal Building, 7386 Albert Street, Dublin, NC, for accommodations for this request.Esta información está disponible en español o en cualquier otro idioma bajo petición. Por favor, póngase en contacto con Jane Starnes, Town Clerk at 910/862-4301, o en Town Municipal Building, 7386 Albert Street, Dublin, NC, de alojamiento para esta solicitud.
PUBLIC NOTICEThe Town of White Lake’s Wellhead Protection ...
PUBLIC NOTICEThe Town of White Lake’s Wellhead Protection Plan is currently being reviewed by the Public Works Director with assistance from the North Carolina Rural Water Association. This is a voluntary program intended to assist in protecting the Town’s water supply from contamination and to identify vulnerable areas around its wells called "Wellhead Protection Areas".Another goal of this program is to inform and make residents and businesses aware that chemicals and other pollutants spilled or dumped in the vicinity of the "Wellhead Protection Areas" can be drawn into the wells possibly contaminating the Town’s drinking water supply.A draft of the Wellhead Protection Plan is available at the White Lake Town Hall, 1879 White Lake Dr., White Lake, NC. You are invited to review the plan Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and submit any suggestions and/or comments to the Town of White Lake. All written comments will be reviewed by the Wellhead Protection Committee and any suggestions and/or comments that may be beneficial will be incorporated into the plan.Questions and/or comments may be directed to Public Works Director Tim Frush at 910-862-4800.Public Works DirectorTimothy F. Frush
TOWN OF ELIZABETHTOWNPublic NoticeThis is notice that the Septem...
TOWN OF ELIZABETHTOWNPublic NoticeThis is notice that the September 1, 2014 regular Town Council meeting and work session have been rescheduled to Tuesday, September 2, 2014. The meetings will be held in the Council Chamber of the Municipal Building, 805 West Broad Street. The work session is scheduled for Noon and evening meeting begins at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend.Sylvia Campbell, Mayor
The Bladenboro Housing Authority is opening the waiting list for...
The Bladenboro Housing Authority is opening the waiting list for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program effective September 3rd 2014, during regular application intake hours. Application days are Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm and are taken at the Housing Authority office located at 117 Main Street, Bladenboro, NC. Interested parties may come into the office to place an application or call to schedule an appointment for application by phone at 910-863-4919 extension 0.
SECTION 00025RE-ADVERTISEMENTFOR BIDSDue to insufficient bids re...
SECTION 00025RE-ADVERTISEMENTFOR BIDSDue to insufficient bids received on August 14th, 2014 the Town of Dublin is re-advertising the following project.The Town of Dublin, (Owner) will receive formal bids for the Dublin AMR Water Main Replacement Project at 7386 Albert Street, Dublin, NC 28332. Until 2:00 pm, August 26,, 2014 local prevailing time. Bids may be submitted by mail. Bids received after this time will not be accepted.The project is subject to the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) policy of the Town of Dublin and the State of North Carolina. DBE requirements are provided in the Contract Documents. The Town of Dublin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Small businesses, minority owned businesses, women owned businesses, and businesses owned by low and moderate-income persons are encouraged to bid.Bid documents consisting of Contract Drawings and Project Manual may be examined at the following locations:Withers & Ravenel115 MacKenan DriveCary, NC 27511Attn: Lauren Welch919-535-5151 Carolina AGCwww.cagc.org919 781-3270NCIMED Plan andResource Cener114 W Parrish Street, 6th FloorDurham, NC 27701Copies of the Bid Documents may be obtained from Lauren Welch, (919) 535-5151, Withers & Ravenel at the address above for a non refundable sum of $100.00. Checks shall be made payable to Withers & Ravenel Only complete sets of Bid Documents will be issued. Costs include first class postage, or equivalent, only.Bid sets will be available on August 15th.To qualify, all bids shall be submitted using bid forms contained in the Contract Documents. Incomplete or segregated bids will not be accepted. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after bid opening except as provided in Instructions to Bidders. A Bid Bond of 5% will be required. Bidders must be licensed contractors in the State of North Carolina. The Owner reserves the right to waive informalities and to reject any and/or all bids.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING RELATIVE TO APPLICATION BY THE TOWN OF ...
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING RELATIVE TO APPLICATION BY THE TOWN OF CLARKTONFOR FUNDING UNDER THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1974, AS AMENDED Notice is hereby given that the Town of Clarkton Board of Commissioners will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, August 26, 2014, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the agenda will allow, at the Town Hall, 81 North Elm Street, Clarkton, NC, relative to the intention of the town to apply for FY2014/FY15 CDBG funding under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, as described in 24 CFR 570.488. The purpose of the public hearing is to obtain the views and proposals of the citizens of the Town of Clarkton with regard to the determination of priorities for the community development and housing needs of the town. The Town adheres to the federal guidelines and procedures to minimize adverse impacts from residential displacement and relocation required as a result of programmed activities in the CDBG program. No displacement is anticipated in the current application on file for CDBG funding. The Town of Clarkton currently has submitted one application: A grant request of $512,600 in CDBG Infrastructure funds to rehabilitate existing deteriorated sewer collection lines and manholes. The following is a tentative list of proposed activities and an estimated budget. The final application will be on hand for review at the public hearing. The application contains the Town Residential Antidisplacement and Relocation Assistance Plan. 1. CDBG Sewer Improvement $451,600 2. Town Sewer Improvements $ 10,000 3. Administration $ 51,000 TOTAL $512,600 All citizens are requested and encouraged to attend the public hearing and make comments and suggestions. If additional information is needed, please contact, Kentrina Woods, Town Clerk at 910/647-5961. Formal written complaints or comments concerning the application process that are submitted to the Town will be responded to within ten working days by the Clarkton Board of Commissioners. This information is available in Spanish or any other language upon request. Please contact Kentrina Woods, Town Clerk at 910/647-5961or the Town Hall, 81 North Elm Street, Clarkton, NC, for accommodations for this request. Esta información está disponible en español o en cualquier otro idioma bajo petición. Por favor, póngase en contacto con Kentrina Woods, Town Clerk at 910/647-5961, o en Town Hall, 81 North Elm Street, Clarkton, NC, de alojamiento para esta solicitud.

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