Town News: Storm Advisory

Town of Holden Beach From the Mayor’s DeskStorm Advisory October 8, 2018 Please be advised we have another storm potentially headed our way with an expected arrival time of Thursday or Friday of this week. The severity of the storm is currently unknown, but has a potential of becoming a serious hurricane. Presently, the storm appears to be coming at an angle that will not be as harmful as it would arriving from the ocean instead of over land. Updates

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Vote Holden Beach for Best NC Beach!

USA Today is hosting the new Top 10 North Carolina Beaches competition and we’re in it to win it! We’re up against some healthy competition, including Atlantic Beach, Bald Head Island, and many more. Cast your ballot and help us be #1. You can vote once per day until polls close on Monday, April 2nd at noon. Winner will be announced Friday, April 6th. http://www.10best.com/awa…/travel/best-north-carolina-beach/

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2018 Emergency Event Vehicle Decals

The 2018 vehicle decals are being sent in this month’s water bill, which will be mailed out today. Decals are your passes to get onto the island to check your property only in the case of a storm the would necessitate restricting access to the island. These are to be used only for your primary vehicles and should be placed on the interior of the lower driver side windshield. If you own rental property with full-time tenants, two free decals

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Recycling Subscription Renewals Due

Current Customers – Please make sure to renew your recycling subscription by the end of the month or your recycling container will be picked up by Waste Industries. New Customers – You can still sign up if you are interested in the service. The cost is $54 for the year. Click here for more information and the signup form.

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Locals: Brunswick County Foster Parent Training Starts April 5

At any given time, there are over 130 children in foster care in Brunswick County. These children end up in the foster care system because their own families are in crisis and are unable to provide for their essential well-being. You could make a difference in a growing child’s life. The first step is educating yourself.  General information on Brunswick County Foster Care Services can be found at BrunswickCountyNC.gov and the next Foster/Adoptive Parent training schedule can be found here.

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