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Items For Sale on GovDeals

The City of Laurinburg has posted items for sale on Gov Deals.  If you are interested in purchasing surplus items, please go to:

https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?fa=Main.AdvSearchResultsNew&searchPg=Classic&inv_num=&category=00&kWord=&kWordSelect=2&sortBy=ad&agency=4833&state=&country=&locID=&timing=bySimple&locationType=state&timeType=&timingWithin=1

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City Council Meeting

The regular City Council Meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 22, 2019 in the Council Chambers of the City Hall and Police Department located at 303 West Church St.

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Annual Tree Giveaway

The City of Laurinburg will be taking orders for the Annual Tree Giveaway during the week of October 7 – 11, 2019.  If you are a City Resident and would like to place an order, please call 910.276.8324 between 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday during the week of October 7th – 11th.  Tree orders can only be placed by phone.   The tree choices are: Scarlet Maple, Purple Leaf Plum, Kousa Dogwood, Willow Oak and Live Oak.

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PRESS RELEASE – CITY HALL DRIVE-THRU WINDOW OPEN

PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CITY HALL DRIVE-THRU WINDOW OPEN

Laurinburg, N.C. – September 25, 2019 – The utility payment drive-thru window access is now open. The drive-thru window is for express payments only. Please come inside the consumer billing office if you do not have a copy of your utility bill or if you need to connect or reconnect services. Please see the picture below that shows the direction of traffic to follow to access the drive-thru payment window.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding to make the drive-thru window as convenient as possible.

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#GrowingTogether

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Cemetery Item Removal

The Cemetery Department will be removing all items that do not meet the article below from the City of Laurinburg Ordinance.  Please see the article below more information.

Sec. 10-181. Placing certain articles upon plots.

“It shall be unlawful for any person to place upon any plot in any city cemetery any trinket, toy, shell, flower (except in approved receptacles), vase, glass jar, tin can, sand, artificial material, temporary marker after one year, cross, flag, flag pole or any other article which, in the opinion of the city manger or his designee, is unsightly or hazardous to lawn maintenance.  Notwithstanding the foregoing, American flags which do not extend upward more than 24 inches and do not touch the ground may be placed on a plot for a period of two weeks (beginning one week before and ending one week after) the following holidays: Memorial Day, Independence Day (July 4), and Veterans’ Day.  If any article shall be placed upon any plot in violation of this section or shall remain thereon in violation of this section, the city shall have the authority to remove the article, without notice, and the city shall not be responsible for any loss or destruction thereof.  (Code 1987, & 6-114; Ord. No. O-2008-05, & 1, 4-1-2008; Ord. No. O-2008-13, & 1, 7-22-2008)”

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State of the City 2018

Below is a link that shows the current State of the City in 2018:

State of the City 2018