04/16/2024
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A staff reportThe Bladen County Commissioners are gearing up for their upcoming March 4, 2024, meeting. The agenda for this important gathering has been made available to the public, offering insight into the issues and discussions slated for deliberation.Scheduled to commence at 6:30 pm, the meeting will occur in the Commissioners’ Room, situated on the lower level of the Bladen County Courthouse at 106 East Broad Street in Elizabethtown. This session promises to address various matters crucial to the community’s well-being and development.Maria C. Edwards, NCCCC, Assistant to the County Manager and Clerk to the Board of Commissioners has provided access to a detailed version of the agenda, inclusive of attachments. Those interested in exploring the agenda more comprehensively can visit the following link: https://go.boarddocs.com/nc/bladenco/Board.nsf/Public.For those unable to attend the meeting in person, provisions have been made for remote participation. By dialing 1 (571) 317-3122 and utilizing access code 377-006-581, individuals can listen in to the proceedings as they unfold.The agenda serves as a roadmap for the Commissioners, outlining the topics to be addressed, ranging from community development initiatives to budget allocations and public welfare concerns. Each item on the agenda represents an opportunity for the Commissioners to engage with constituents, deliberate on pertinent issues, and make decisions aimed at advancing the interests of Bladen County residents.As the community eagerly awaits the outcomes of the upcoming meeting, residents are encouraged to stay informed and engaged in the civic processes shaping Bladen County’s future.For further inquiries or additional information, please contact the Bladen County Commissioners’ Office at 201 East King Street in Elizabethtown.Stay tuned for updates following the March 4th meeting as Bladen County continues its commitment to transparent and effective governance.

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