Entries by Client Editor

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Cemetery Item Removal

Cemetery Item Removal The City of Laurinburg Cemetery Department wants to remind everyone if you have placed any items on cemetery plots that do not conform to the cemetery ordinance they will be removed on the week of March 1, 2021.   Any items not inside an approved flower vase will be removed.  (Potted Plants, […]

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PRESS RELEASE – UTILITY PAYMENT OPTIONS

PRESS RELEASE UTILITY PAYMENT OPTIONS If you are visiting City Hall for utility bill payment purposes, please remember that, for convenient alternatives, we have 24/7 bill inquiry and payments via the telephone and the City’s website. Call (910) 276-1521 to access records and make payment by phone or visit our website at www.laurinburg.org and select […]

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PRESS RELEASE – UTILITY PAYMENT PLANS

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE UTILITY PAYMENT PLANS Laurinburg, N.C. – August 21, 2020 – The Governor’s Executive Orders 124 and 142 placed a moratorium on residential customer disconnections from March 31, 2020 to July 29, 2020.  Some customers have not paid balances over this March 31-July 29 timeframe, or have paid partial balances.  The […]

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SEEKING VOLUNTEERS FOR CITY OF LAURINBURG COMMITTEE AND BOARD

  SEEKING VOLUNTEERS FOR CITY OF LAURINBURG COMMITTEE AND BOARD The City of Laurinburg is seeking volunteers for a Council-appointed committee and a Council-appointed board. Applicants for appointment by City Council must reside within the City limits. The application can be found on the City’s website www.laurinburg.org. One (1) opening on the Laurinburg/Scotland County Crime […]

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Guidance for Building Water Systems

Please view the article through the link below on “Guidance for Building Water Systems” during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Stagnant, or standing water can cause conditions that increase the risk for growth and spread of Legionella and other biofilm-associated bacteria.  When water is stagnant, hot water temperatures can decrease to the Legionella growth range (77–108°F, 25–42°C).  […]