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Jacksonville Daily News (Newspaper) - May 21, 2015, Jacksonville, North Carolina Obit ladies Mary Griffin Bateman Mary Alice Griffin Bateman was born september 16th, 1925 and died at her Home in Richlands no on May 20th, 2015. A funeral service will be held at 2 . Friday May 22 at Jones funeral Home Chapel Richlands burial will follow in the Griffin family cemetery Comfort. She is preceded in death by her husband James w. Bateman infant son parents Lonnie and Bertie Griffin Brothers. Lonnie Griffin and Steve Griffin of Comfort. She is survived by daughters Judy Bateman Sumner and fran Strickland husband Allan of Creedmoor son James w. Bateman jr., wife Margaret Ann of Richlands Sisters Kathleen White of Jacksonville Rachel Moore husband Tommy of Portsmouth a Elizabeth Croom husband Allen of Richlands Joy Thomas husband Wilbur of Comfort five grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. A special thank you to caregivers Wanda Davis Ophelia Heath and Ray Davis and also the lower Cape fear hospice and life care Center for their guidance and care. The family will receive friends at 12 30 . Friday May 22 at Jones funeral Home Richlands. Condolences May be left at or at . Ganna Anik Deyeva Canna p. Anik Deyeva 59, of Leland passed away on May 19,2015. She was the beloved wife of James Lane Cox or. They would have celebrated their 12th wed Ding anniversary on june 4. She was born on August 17,1955 in Azerbaijan to Vera Anik Deyeva and the late Pavel Anik Yeye. Ganna worked As a Teller in the banking Industry for Many years and was a member St. Basil the great orthodox greek Church. She was the Loving Mother of Inga Nadir Miyko and her husband Andrew. Kelly Renee Robbins and her husband Scott and James Lane a Tripp a Cox i and his partner Mary Anita Morgan cherished grandmother of Ganna and Alexandra andr Miyko and Scarlett and Averry Robbins and caring sister of vistor Aniki Eier and a Niece and Nephew ? i in via Quot Tai visitation will be held from 6 to 8 . Tonight May 20, 2015 at Coble Ward Smith funeral service 3915 Oleander drive Wilmington. Orthodox funeral service will be held at 9 . Friday at is Basil the great orthodox Church. 2166 Kent Street Wilmington. Burial will follow at saints Mary and Martha monastery cemetery 65 spinner Lane Wagener so. Condolences to the family May be offered at co . Com or at . Robert Smith Robert Lee Smith 46, of Jacksonville died May 13, 2015, at his residence. Funeral will be held at i . Today at washing a ton Chapel Mission \ \ Ary Baptist Church with the Rev. Hue Walston officiating. Internment follow s at Onslow memorial Park. He was a member of Washington Chapel male chorus. Survivors include his Mother Rosa Kelly sister Shadrion Thompson both of Jacksonville. Viana tilt a3 Beach senior planner and interim planning director for Pender county historic District planner for Goldsboro and a planner for Wayne county. Daily news obit Pouch the daily news provides obituary notices free of charge. Paid obituaries Are furnished with photos and a contributed article. For our full policy visit visitation held one hour before the service. Condolences May be left at . Beulah Ward new Bern i Beulah Mae Whitehead Ward 90, of new Bern died May 18, 2015, at her residence. Funeral will be held at i . Saturday at Green Chapel missionary Baptist Church Havelock with interment following at Riverdale in addition to Wooten company he has private sector experience As previous owner and manager of Csc group which specialized in land use design permitting and general zoning consultation. While working for the City i Community cemetery. She was a lifetime member of Green Chapel missionary Baptist Church. Survivors include her sons Luther Earl Ward Weld ton Jeroy a boo chief Ward daughter Elnora Whitehead Bullock All of new Bern three grandchildren eight great grandchildren 13 great great grandchildren. Of Havelock Chase worked under former City manager Jim Freeman who retired in 2013 after More than 30 years of experience working in local government. Freeman is currently serving As Swansboro a interim manager. Viewing will be held from noon to 6 . Friday a Riv ers Morgan funeral Home new Fiern. Ozzie Hill or. Ozzie llilljr., 73, of Jacksonville died May 19.2015 at his residence. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Saunders funeral Home. Bonnie Harris Bonnie Denise Harris 53, of Jacksonville died May 19, 2015, Al Onslow memorial Hospital. Arrangements Wenli be announced by Jones funeral Home. Jacksonville. The town has been without a permanent town manager since March. Former manager Dave Harvel resigned late last year amid a rash of resignations by several key town employees. His last Day was feb. 28. An artist s rendering illustrates the Walmart super enter planned for Swansboro. Submitted Art a vim Ari con to hued from a / about traffic hazards and the loss of the towns Small town character due to a big Box store were raised again during tuesday nights Public comment period. Of particular concern is the proximity of the project to three schools with a fourth nearby. While the planned building group application has been approved town officials gave some indication that they will continue discussions to try to address some of the concerns. A number of people who spoke indicated that the traffic study done was inadequate and it did not consider Peak summer traffic nor impacts from traffic at nearby Norris Road. Commissioner Pat Turner asked Rynal Stevenson of Ramey Kemp and associates which did the study on behalf of the developers if something could be done to make further improvements to the traffic plans. He suggested talking directly to the department of transportation. Turner said they will. A i Promise you we will follow up on it a she told the crowd. The Issue has been further complicated by a lawsuit that was filed by Swansboro investors Lac against the town a year ago after the town enacted a building moratorium on structures Over 40,000 Square feet halting the project. The Board went on to enact a 40,000-Square-foot size limit. However Swansboro investors submitted its initial application to the town just prior to the moratorium and the town faced reviewing the plans to see if they met town standards at t hat time which was before the size limit took effect. Mayor Scott Chadwick acknowledged the town failed to address building size when it revamped its unified development ordinance addressing building size and other matters. He called tuesdays decision the a most excruciating of his time on the Board. Several speakers asked the town to continue to fight to Stop the project and the idea of the town purchasing the property was raised. But the Legal expenses for the town have already exceeded $150,000 and Chadwick said that could cause further Legal issues if the Walmart company got involved. At last weeks special meeting of the planning Board attorney Brian Edes who is representing the town in the lawsuit indicated that the towns Case could go either Way. But to lose could be costly possibly $5 million or More. The lawsuit was filed last june but deadlines brought the Legal Issue to the forefront. Discovery was set to end May 29 and it Wasny to Clear if the town would get a needed Extension. Dish mak9th�,swh�,h to dish today and Sov 50% Call now and ask How 1-800-405-5081 a swim Arns of a it pm St it name cock a mls a to Tianga Imd an put mum Chinn it the 40,000-Square-foot museum of the Marine will occupy a six acre site at Lejeune memorial gardens photo by John Althouse the daily news Ai . 1/ Point memorial project and Vietnam and 9/11 memorials All in one location it makes us a Little . As far As in a concerned. A Topsail. Sneads ferry they have the Beach. So to have something like that in our background will definitely open us up to be a Carter who she a -. Been kept in the Loop of the Progress thinks a rations will increase once the first phase is Complete. A once people can physically see there will be a location it will help with fundraising efforts a she said. The museum has faced some scepticism especially after a lengthy planning and fundraising process that has yet to show tangible results. But Brown said that doubt stops Here. A the contract is signed a Brown said. A this groundbreaking shows the whole w orld this is going to he said the museum will frack inc Continio Duroma the tracking lawsuit filed in january on behalf of plaintiffs including the Haw River Assembly argues that the legislature usurped the authority of the executive Branch by forming the mining and Energy commission in 2012 As an administrative Agency and then appointing eight of its 13 members. The governor appoints the rest one of the lawyers representing the plaintiffs in the tracking Case Derb Carter of the Southern environmental Law Center said he a pleased with Stephens ruling Quot the important thing to us is to not allow tracking to proceed under rules and regulations adopted by this commission a said Carter the Law centers director for North Carolina. Mccrory a Republican signed a Law last summer Clearing the Way for permits to be issued this year for tracking. Scientists believe pockets of natural Gas exist in layers of shale under Chatham Lee and Moore counties Southwest of Raleigh but there Are disputes Over How much. Rules governing tracking that were developed by the mining and Energy commission took effect in March Clearing the Way for the state to Start issuing drilling permits. Before asking the department of environment and he accomplished in two phases with the phase taking approximately five months. By october there Iii be a ribbon cutting to Mark its completion. Ray Smith a retired major general Vili be the featured speaker a1 Friday ceremony. Smith a highly decorated combat Veteran served As the inaugural chairman of the Board and is currently the chairman emeritus. He received several valorous awards including a Silver Star Bronze Star and Navy Cross for act ions during the Vietnam War. Camp Lejeune is assisting the organizers with the ceremony planning because the museum s location Falls on the bases property according to Nat Fahy Public affairs director for Marine corps installations East Fahy also confirmed installation leadership will be in attendance a col Yori Escalante and sgt. A Paul Berry. The event will take place at to . Friday and it is open to the Public. For More information on the museum of the Marine visit . Natural resources for a permit applicants must acquire Mineral rights for several Hundred acres of land a a parcel known As a drilling unit a and have Tho unit approved by the commission. The lawsuit also asked Tho judge to throw out the commissions rules and void their actions but Stevens said the commission can continue other work pending the cases outcome. The commissions chair Man Vik Rao said the judges order a is fair in the sense that it does no to shut us Down from doing Good work but it does shut Down from allowing permits to go for example the com Mission is taking a closer look at air emissions from Hydraulic fracturing which Rao said was in response to the plaintiffs concerns. The state s March toward Hydraulic fracturing has prompted a passionate de Bate. Proponents say the extraction method can be done safely and that cheaper Gas will help manufacturers and increase jobs in the state. Detractors fear that toxic chemicals could escape the Wells and pollute soil and water. The mining and Energy commission received nearly 220,000 Public comments on the rules and considered them during revisions this fail. T he commission has been debating and rewriting Rule proposals since mid-2013. I Westwood Village shopping Center 1140 Western blvd a Jacksonville no a 455-3797 tuxedos starting at $.88 and up shop around i compare. 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