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for Southern City Vol. 43 Issue 11, Nov 1993
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The 1993 elections provided some surprises in locally elected offices and saw that clean water bonds were approved while economic development bond financing was rejected.
Greenville Mayor Nancy Jenkins was recently elected president of the North Carolina League of Municipalities.
Governor Jim Hunt and Charleston Police Chief Reuben Greenberg spoke at the North Carolina League of Municipalities' annual convention, focusing on reducing crime in the state.
North Carolina cities and towns are implementing a variety of programs to prevent and reduce crime.
The Cable Act of 1992 ostensibly would reduce consumers' bills; however, crafty cable industry scheming has served to actually increase some customers' bills. O'Connor looks below the act's surface to ascertain just exactly how it will affect consumers.
The North Carolina Rural Initiative, an economic stimulus package intended to help rural communities in the state, was recently launched by state, federal, and private agencies.