ELIZABETHTOWN — The town of Elizabethtown Town council met on Monday and worked through a light agenda.
According to reports:
— The board conducted tow public hearings, the first for a special use request by Hilton-DeVane Enterprises to construct four duplexes at 212 Rollins Street and the second was to allow Verlin Gorham to construct a garage at 112 Biggs Avenue. No one signed up to speak at the public hearings and the board approved both items.
— The board approved a 25-year lease with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for Lock and Dam No. 2.
— The board appointed Councilmen Rufus Lloyd and Herman Lewis as the voting delegates for the North Carolina League of Municipalities Conference in Winston-Salem.
— The board accepted a recommendation to install four-way stops at Swanzy and King streets in the vicinity of Leinwand Park.
— The board approved an agreement to join the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center on Fort Bragg for training exercises.
Messages left for Town Manager Eddie Madden were unreturned as of press time.