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Facing sluggish revenues, rising costs, and a recession, many local governments, including Wilmington and Greensboro, are reducing expenditures and cutting back on hiring.
A group appointed to develop a strategic plan for water and wastewater infrastructure in North Carolina must first resolve perceptions of regional bias in awarding of Clean Water Bond funds before it can address its original mission. The overall mission is to write a strategic plan for water and sewer and recommend how to come up with a dedicated fund for the plan. To get support across the state for a fund, the distribution of water and sewer funding must be perceived as fair.
North Carolina cities and towns employed diverse strategies in dealing with the effects of the recent recession.
North Carolina is saving its taxpayers millions of dollars by implementing innovative governing strategies, from the use of award-winning technologies to a trend-setting blueprint for running an entire city.