Town News: Holden Beach Land Use Plan Public Input Meeting

February 7, 2019, 7:00 – 8:00 P.M.Holden Beach Town Hall110 Rothschild Street A public input meeting will be held on Thursday, February 7th at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Public Assembly. This meeting is held as part of the land use planning process for the Town of Holden Beach. Holden Beach’s Land Use Plan provides guidance to local decision-makers to achieve the long-term vision for the community. This allows local decision makers to be proactive rather than reactive and helps

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Town News: Dredging & Town Anniversary

Dredging – Heritage Harbor Due to the size of the dredge, the contractor has asked that boats on lifts in Heritage Harbor be removed before dredging begins. This will allow for a better dredge in this set of canals as the dredge follows the designed template. The contractor anticipates beginning work in Heritage Harbor in February. Please accommodate the request at your earliest convenience. 50th Anniversary Events “Time” to Celebrate: Join us on February 14th at 2:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Public

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Walk Across Country Begins at Holden Beach

On February 2, 2019, Thomas Curran will begin an 8+ month journey across the country–starting in Holden Beach, NC–to support the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation. To most of us, the thought of walking all day… for days… weeks… MONTHS of our life, sounds like torture. Surely, no one would volunteer for such an act. But Thomas is a brave soul, looking for adventure. To him, this is a soul-searching rite of passage that he needs at this stage in his

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Town News: Beach & Inlet Newsletter

Beach Updates This storm season proved to be active for the Town of Holden Beach. We were visited by both Hurricane Florence and Michael, as well as additional recent astrological tide events that produced flooding. The Town lost approximately 257,707 cubic yards of sand in Hurricane Florence in September, with 201,564 cubic yards occurring in the engineered beach area. Post Michael storm analysis shows that we lost approximately 136,087 cubic yards along the shoreline with 90,927 cubic yards occurring in the engineered beach

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Town News: December 11, 2018

Town of Holden Beach Newsletter Canal Dredging Underway Canal dredging operations have begun. The dredge “Patricia Sanderson” started work in the Holden Beach Harbor feeder canal late last week. Currently, the dredge is working near the northern end of Durham Street, heading west in the feeder canal. Operations are proceeding well despite the rough weather over the weekend. If you haven’t taken care of making arrangements to move in water boats, you need to do so as soon as possible.

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Town New: Dec 7, 2018

Town of Holden Beach Newsletter December 7, 2018 Yard Debris Pick-up There will not be a second yard debris pick-up this month. The last collection for this year will take place on Friday, December 14th. Trash Collection There will be no trash pick-up on Christmas day, instead Waste Industries will collect trash on Saturday, December 29th.

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Major Flooding From Rains and Tide November 24th *updated*

Holden Beach, NC — Residents woke up to major flooding the morning of Saturday, November 24th at Holden Beach today! The above picture was taken on High Point Street Saturday morning, facing the canal. The flooding was caused by an unusually high tide, combined with torrential rains that covered the area in the morning. Many low-lying homes and yards were flooded from the rising waters. Update: Town officials have released the following statement: “This weekend’s low pressure storm coupled with

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