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17678
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During the last several months, school building needs have been the main topics of discussion in various counties throughout North Carolina. Part of the reason is due to the fact that the $50,000,000 school bond issue approved by voters is to be allocated among the counties on the basis of need, and schools are determining their needs in order to make a case for substantial allocation.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 20 Issue 6, Mar 1954, p4-5
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17680
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The south is in the midst of its greatest industrial boom in history. Given competition for new industries and intensity of development across North Carolina, Green discusses the role of local governments in governing such activities.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 20 Issue 6, Mar 1954, p6-9
Record #:
17677
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Charlotte officials are working hard to reinforce the Queen City's position as one of the major air traffic centers in the south. With its new $1,329,000 air terminal building scheduled to open in April, the city is now preparing a zoning ordinance to regulate heights of structures in the vicinity.
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17679
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Northampton and Halifax counties have recently appointed a commission to establish the dividing line between the two counties. Long a matter of controversy, the issue has recently become serious due to the impending construction by the Virginia Electric and Power Company of the Roanoke Rapids Dam.
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