Town News: Storm Debris Removal

The Board of Commissioners voted to activate the emergency debris removal contract with Southern Disaster Recovery. Click here to view information on the material that will be collected and how it should be sorted. We anticipate collection will begin mid-week. Please place your debris at the roadside in a timely manner based on the debris removal guidelines.

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Town Newsletter: 6/19/20 #2

Public Health Advisory We have received confirmation from the Health Department that an employee of the Town of Holden Beach has tested positive for COVID-19. The person is isolated and has not been to work since before they began exhibiting symptoms. The Town is in the process of instituting safety precautions to prevent the spread to other employees. Employees who have potentially been exposed will be tested. All employees will be pre-screened before entering the workplace and regular monitoring will

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Town Newsletter: 6/18/20

Census 2020 The 2020 Census is underway. A complete and accurate count is critical for Holden Beach because the results of the census will affect community funding, congressional representation and more. The census does not take long to complete and is safe and secure. Visit my2020census.gov and answer a few simple questions.

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Town Newsletter: 6/17/20

CALL TO ACTION ALERT State legislators are likely to decide in the next few days how to appropriate additional CARES Act relief funds they placed in reserve for local governments. Please contact our legislators now to urge them to treat cities and towns equitably by providing the $150 million in the CARES Act local government reserve fund DIRECTLY to municipalities! Mention that Brunswick County received $2.57 million of the initial CARES Act funding and is making distributions to municipalities in

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