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Smallville, city limits on hemp st ends at gardinia street there at mcneill store, not at the entrance to old ithaca mill. and if children are getting hurt crossing over to the park sounds like they are getting hurt on the road and not the sidewalk. too young to be crossing the street by themselves and is illegal j walking.
If DS-NTZ LLC is now dissolved, then who owns the property? @bubbasmith, what exactly has the mayor and board members done that has been so great? I havent seen anything yet, just a bunch of talk about doing stuff. And I have my own opinion about a certain individual holding two office positions at town hall.
Wouldn't clean up of the ok mill site be the responsibility of the property owner?
Seems like the county commissioners and town of robbins commissioners have a lot in common. They like to hire people for positions without the required degrees and knowledge.
@ncsfnafu1, do you know how many agencies in the whole state of north carolina are in the process of switching to viper? and not only that, but how many radios each agency has that requires an id number.
Does he have the degrees that the job posting on the town website required applicants to have?
I know Sheffield has been doing Chief and Town Manager for a while now, but does working both jobs under the Town of Robbins not fall under conflict of interest?
No joke intended. Was a comment that people not paying attention to their driving more likely to cause an accident and get other people hurt. Glad ya'll two find humor in a serious problem with most drivers today. And no relation to mcgal, no idea who that is.
@coursesire, seems like after the first or second time hitting it that you would know its there and start missing it everyday. And shouldnt be holding your phone while driving anyways to be able to drop it.
understand this, every medical call that comes into the 911 center, one of the 6 sometimes 7 moore county paramedic level als truck is dispatched to it. it might not be the truck that is usually based in that area because it is out on another call, but one is dispatched and enroute. also some of the rescue and fire/rescue departments throughout the county have different responce protocols to medical emergencies based on priority of the call type. so if it is an alpha, bravo, or charlie which are priority 2 calls chances are an additional station will not get dispatched with the responding county ems truck, if a delta or echo being priority 1 then an additional station will get sent. the only departments that get paged to all medical calls no matter priority is robbins rescue, seven lakes 69, west end fire/rescue, whispering pines, and highfalls. carthage, cypress pointe, crains creek, southern pines, and aberdeen only get paged to delta echo level medical calls. and some of these departments are volunteers which means you are not guarnteed a responce from them(but more than likely will get one). remember your taxes are paying for paramedic level service from moore county ems system, some of the people on the volunteer department may or may not be medically trained or certified, that is up to the department responce protocol. as for the article at hand, do not blame the county for the complaint, the telecommunicators done their job correctly as did the responding truck. there are quiet a bit of non emergency medical calls(stump toe, tooth ache, my finger hurts etc.) that county trucks have to be sent to and transport patient to the hospital if they request, just because the patient is too lazy to drive themselves or do not have a ride to get there. they have to do this becasue of the agreements in the contract of tax payers monies being used to provide a county wide ems service.
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