Pilot Light: County Schedules Meeting in Seven Lakes
The Moore County Board of Commissioners will return to Seven Lakes in October for another in a series of meetings hosted by the Greater Seven Lakes Council.
Chairman Nick Picerno relayed the request at the board's Aug. 18 work session.
The meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13, at the Seven Lakes West Community Center.
In addition to their regular meetings, the commissioners will hold another work session before the Seven Lakes event. They will discuss redistricting at a workshop Thursday, Sept. 15.
ZONING - Moore County has amended the zoning map to assign Rural Agricultural (RA) zoning to property deannexed by the town of Cameron.
The request by Royce Edmonds was approved following a public hearing at an August meeting of the county commissioners.
The 44.27-acre tract is located south of the intersection of Dalrymple Road and N.C. 24-27. The report from the planning department indicates that the present property owners, Timothy and Angela Kammerer of Maryland, are in the process of selling the property to Edmonds.
In 2003, the property was accepted into the Cameron town limits as a satellite annexation at the request of Edmonds, who was owner at that time. However, in 2008 the General Assembly passed local legislation removing the tract from the Cameron jurisdiction. That thrust it back in the county jurisdiction but the zoning was never restored.
No one expressed opposition to the change, and the commissioners voted unanimously in favor of the RA zoning.
COBLE - Congressman Howard Coble has been traveling around the 6th District during the summer break.
He toured a steam plant in Spencer and Rowan Regional Hospital in Salisbury on Wednesday. Later in the day he attended a reception hosted by the High Point Chamber of Commerce before returning to Greensboro for the Bill Knight for Mayor reception.
Coble attended a breakfast in Thomasville Saturday. He will attend the Greater Greensboro Republican Women's reception later today.
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