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Charlotte, NC — Today (March 6) the East Coast P3 Conference wrapped up in downtown Charlotte. Sponsored by the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, the event focused on how to build public projects via public-private partnerships (P3). About two hundred movers and shakers attended, including Gov McCrory, Transportation Secretary Tata, Mayors John Woods and Jill Swain, Commissioners Sarah […]
Although the City of Raleigh covers many questions its citizens may ask, there is some data not readily accessed, such as salaries and full compensation of all public employees. See how the rest of the city’s website fared in this transparency audit.
A year and a half later, on February 20, 2014, during a Common Core Study Committee meeting downtown at the legislature, Sen. Tillman is heard telling Lt. Gov. Dan Forest “Common Core … has nothing to do with North Carolina standards of excellence.”
A judge’s ruling on school choice vouchers will negatively impact thousands of children in North Carolina.
In Kinston North Carolina, the Lenoir County Board of Commissioners scheduled a meeting for President’s Day, February 17, 2014 to vote on two (2) proposed county ordinances regulating the possession of firearms on county property to include among other places, the county recycling facility and county parks.
Bonuses, gym memberships, nepotism
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Class H Felony for theft of plants
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'Construction Management at Risk' Method
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