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Press Release – City Hall Parking

PRESS RELEASE      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CITY HALL PARKING Laurinburg, N.C. – March 13, 2018 – Due to the ongoing construction of the New City Hall & Police Department at 303 W. Church St., the entire parking lot will be completely closed for approximately two months, beginning on Monday, March 26th, 2018, with limited […]

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RECENT CHANGES TO COUNCIL RULES OF PROCEDURE

At its February 20, 2018 meeting, Council approved several changes to its Rules of Procedure concerning Council meetings.  The major changes are as follows: Requiring citizens to sign up prior to the meeting to speak during Public Comment Period; however, if time allows at the meeting, a citizen(s) who did not sign up previously can […]

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FREE MULCH!

Why buy mulch when you can get it for free? The City of Laurinburg takes the limbs that are picked up curbside and has them ground into mulch for all county residents to use. You can come get as little as a bucket full or as much as a truck load for free. If you […]

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NCDOT’s Swat a Litterbug Program

Help keep Laurinburg Litter free with the NCDOT’s Swat a Litterbug Program. If someone is seen littering, an individual can go online and report it. There is no penalty, but a letter is sent to the individual littering. A NC license tag number has to be provided when reporting. The link below provides detailed information […]

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PRESS RELEASE – CITY HALL DRIVE-THRU WINDOW CLOSURE

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   CITY HALL drive-thru window CLOSURE Laurinburg, N.C. – December 18, 2017 – Due to ongoing construction of the New City Hall & Police Department at 303 W. Church St., the utility payment drive-thru window access will be closed indefinitely, beginning on Wednesday, January 10th, 2018.  This will also result […]

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COMMITTEE VOLUNTEER NEEDED

The City is accepting applications for the Laurinburg/Scotland County Crime and Drug Committee. There is currently one vacancy.  The Crime & Drug Committee is an advisory committee and is appointed by the City Council and the Scotland County Board of Commissioners.  In order to be an appointee by the City Council, the individual must reside […]

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Important Notice of Pole Inspections

Starting as early as December 4th, the Electric department will have a contractor in town inspecting poles. Utility Asset Management is the name of the company. They will have two trucks in town that will have, “Contractor for the City of Laurinburg”, magnetic signs on their vehicles. They will be entering customer’s yards to inspect […]