Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Popular Government Vol. 24 Issue 8, May 1958
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An issue facing growing North Carolina cities is \"downtown disease\" which sees the decline of downtown areas as cities grow on the fringe. Although many small towns are succumbing to this \"disease,\" Mooresville is fighting back by redesigning and re-utilizing their business district.
Facing the increase in the number of drivers on North Carolina roads, the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles conducted a study comparing drivers involved in fatal accidents and those chosen at random. This study helps the Department determine the causes behind fatal accidents and ways to prevent them.
A major milestone on the path toward simplified building regulations for North Carolina was passed when the newly organized Building Code Council published the 1958 North Carolina State Building Code. For the first time, citizens may now find under one cover the applicable state laws and regulations governing building construction.
With the murder and accidental deaths of several North Carolina law enforcement officers, the question of survivors benefits has been raised. Hayman discusses the issues of survivors insurance and benefits, along with social security for law enforcement officers.