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Jacksonville Daily News (Newspaper) - May 21, 2015, Jacksonville, North Carolina Ltd a in line for Post Swansboro announces Pic wis of Narm Scott Chase As its town manager. A3 a lot to overcome Holey Andrews has beaten serious challenges to become a key player for Jacksonville. C1 the dam news thursday May 21, 2015 it a cover c 0 a o t a l Ca r Olina sin c e 19c 3 a Jacksonville a a Walmart process not Over Detal Leil permitting St cps to be taken before building permit is Issue making plans by Jannette pippin Swansboro i a few Steps remain before construction can begin on a new Walmart store planned for Swansboro. A planned building group application approved tuesday night by the town Board clears the Way for a planned 158,583-Square-foot Walmart super enter store in the towns extra territorial jurisdiction just West of the City limits. The site plan includes the store a fuel Kiosk and two out parcels along . 24 at the Entrance to the development which is near the highways intersection with Norris Road. Walmart officials. Said once All permits Are received it typically takes about a year to 18 months to Complete construction of a new store. A construction timeline Hasni to been Given but the town must Issue a building permit before work can begin. Swansboro administrative services director Paula Webb said there Are a number of permits the town has to receive before it can approve an application for a building permit including a driveway permit and encroachment agreement from the department of transportation clearance from Onslow water amp sewer authority for service and the state storm water and sedimentation erosion control permits. A there Are a lot of permits out there that we have to receive before we can release a building permit a Webb said. Webb said the town has not yet received an application for the building permit. She said once a building permit is released construction must begin within six months. Walmart officials did not give a specific timeline but said once All permits Are received it typically takes about a year to 18 months to Complete construction of a new store. The project has been a controversial one and concerns see Walmart a a4 the Swansboro town Board approved a planned building group application for a 1s8,583-Sguare-foot Walmart Supe Tenter store to be built in tie town s extra benfit Wilaj jurisdiction West of Rte City liar was. In addition to tile store plans include a fuel Kiosk and two outparceisalongn.24atthe Entrance to the develop Mient which is near the Highway s intersection a nth Norris Road. Out parcels to be per Mitt a for lolling Sepeff Tely 0.6 acres Quot a., acres fuel station 624 parking spaces two Mart s. 1s8,583 Square feet i i i is Orrt v/t>�0ily�wv museum of the Marine a groundbreaking on Friday big step Forward staff sgt. Wai tam ceremony site manager for Camp Lejeune Richard Koeckert financial manager for museum of the Marine Joe Houle of the museum of the Marine and Mark Dayoc operations for Camp Lejeune go through details for Friday s groundbreaking at the site of the museum of the Marine at Lejeune memorial gardens in Jacksonville photo by John Ait House / the daily news organizers see Friday event As for project by Blanca m. Strzalkowski bianca.str2alkowski@jonews.com Onslow county a Long awaited military museum plans to break ground this w Eek. The museum of the Marine a 40,000-Square-foot facility has been in the plan Ning phase for 14 years. A ceremony Friday will Mark the official groundbreaking at its planned location on a six acre lot within Lejeune memorial gardens. Showers 83"f>r the roughly $25 million project will focus on the history of Carolina marines a from both North Carolina and South Carolina. Museum executive director Dave Brown a retired lieutenant colonel said almost $100,000 has been raised for the building. He added that his a three Man team a continues to rally potential donors who will be More enticed to contribute after the site is cleared. A in five months from now Well be in really great shape a Brown said. Retired sgt. Maj. Joe Houle one of the museums organizers said the military legacy of the two states needs to be documented and shared with current and future generations. A the history of the men and women of the Carolinas since 1941 to the present that a a Story that needs to be told a Houle said. Houle said the museum will also have an economic 1,4 a a business b4 classified. D2 comics. C8 obits. A4 entertainment c7 lottery. A2 Impact on the county by bringing tourists to the area something the county a tourism director agrees with. A a in a definitely excited about this addition to Lejeune gardens. I think once the museum is built it makes us a destination location for All those folks that want to learn about military and history a Theresa Carter director of tourism said. A and with the addition of the Montford see museum a a4 puzzles c6 sports cd a Environ Mient tracking approvals in \.c. Delayed Wake count y judge Issue s Insuik l iou Pentlin slate supreme court ruling in be Carat ease by Jonathan Drew associated press Raleigh i a judge has halted the approval of tracking operations in North Carolina until a higher court weighs in on the legality of the appointment of several boards that manage state resources and the environment. Wake county Superior court judge Donald w. Stephens decision earlier this month prevents the mining and Energy commission from approving drilling units for Hydraulic fracturing until the state supreme court decides a separate Case regarding How the state panels Are formed. No drilling units had been approved before the judge issued his order. Stephens issued a preliminary injunction that stops the commission from accepting or processing applications for drilling units for Hydraulic fracturing or tracking. The process involves injecting water Sand and chemicals to break apart underground rocks so Oil and Gas can escape. Stephens also delayed proceedings in the lawsuit filed against the states mining and Energy commission pending the other cases outcome. The states highest court will hear arguments in late june on the separate Law suit by gov. Pat Mccrory and two of his predecessors that challenged How several other state commissions were appointed. A panel of judges sided with Mccrory earlier this year in striking Down the Way lawmakers appointed those boards and the decision was appealed to the High court. While the mining and Energy commission Wasny to challenged in Mccrory a lawsuit Stephens wrote that both cases hinge on the same Legal Issue. A based on the decision of the three judge panel in Mccrory v. Berger plaintiffs have demonstrated that they Are Likely to succeed on the merits of their claim that legislative appointment of a Mcgority of the members of the Mec is an unconstitutional violation of the separation of Power the judge wrote in the order signed May 6. See tracking a a4 half cts. In v n i a group 101 00007 vol. In if no. I41 Newrider Popery. Com in Potter tim jape of super store 2501 Onslow drive _ Jacksonville 910 939-4330 i

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