• 11:57 am Bladen’s Best of the Best for 2019
  • 11:35 am Updated news about Bladen County Election Investigations
  • 12:50 am Pork Skins Recall
  • 12:27 am Sayaun Dent & Sandhills Fifth In NJCAA Nationals
  • 12:24 am Track & Field Knights Third in St. Pauls Meet
  • 12:16 am Patty Evers Coaches North Carolina to All-Star Win
  • 12:11 am DeVane and Harrelson initiated into oldest Honor Society

The Elizabethtown City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday for their regular monthly meeting. The will also meet at 12 noon for a work session. Both meetings are open to the public.

A variety of issues are on the agenda.

Public Hearings related to the General Fund and Water Fund budget will be held at the 7 p.m. meeting. A second Public Hearing is related to Off-Street Parking and Off-Street Loading Requirements, and a third Public Hearing is related to a Bladen/Columbus Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan . City Manager Eddie Madden will explain the details of each and comments from the public are welcome.

Following the Public Hearings, action may be taken.

Several resolutions will be considered by Council. Included is the issue of, One Stop and Mail Absentee Voting options, speed limits on Lower and Pine Street, and the demolition/removal of a mobile home at 500 Martin Street.

Stevie Craig, Executive Director of the Housing Authorities is scheduled to make comments regarding newly-passed guidelines for Consolidation of Authorities.

The Board will consider approval of Phase II of Downtown Revitalization.

Other matters to come before the council is consideration of a Memorandum of Understanding with the NC Main Street Program, consider a Memorandum of Understanding related to inmate labor and they will receive a monthly financial update of the town.