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17564
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An interesting experiment in planning the development of a large recreation area got under way in the northeastern part of North Carolina this fall as the Buggs Island Development Commission began work.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 18 Issue 4, Dec 1951, p14, Back cover
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17563
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The municipal Board of Control ordered the incorporation of Spray as a town, as the Rockingham County industrial center has been growing rapidly and the need for more government services became apparent.
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17565
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Both Greensboro and Guilford County officials and employees are pleased with their new job description plans. Although both plans seem to have been similarly successful in providing \"equal pay for equal work,\" they are unusual because of their striking differences.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 18 Issue 4, Dec 1951, p11-13
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17568
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In 1945 the legislature of North Carolina enacted a statute authorizing the consolidation of the Forsyth County and Winston-Salem city health departments. In 1950, the joint city-county health board adopted a milk ordinance forbidding sale within the county of unpasteurized milk. Buttermilk farmers' reactions were immediate and grew to full-scale protests.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 18 Issue 4, Dec 1951, p7, 13-14
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17566
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With the addition to their legal armory of a statewide act authorizing the formation of fire protection districts, North Carolina counties are continuing to push forward in their quest for a solution to the rural fire protection problem.
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17567
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Rabies has become a serious problem in Cleveland County, North Carolina, according to the county health officer. Twenty persons have been treated by the county health department this year after exposure to rabies. The health officer has suggested a new program for the county to combat the problem.
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