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I Lino in tic i it a sci \ it c ii ii a. Ok.,. V. It w1/ svs he Vav Btl Llzkt lilt Wilson residents ask questions about a proposed solar farm. Brad Coville i limes solar Public hearing thursday of love ice of Royce Frederick Jones Sunrise i>44 Sunset oct. 24, 2014 Happy birthday Darling. Today ifs been months since god called you. I wanted you to know we miss you and love you very much. Your wife Hrent Jennifer and grandchildren Shank Vaa the family of Eddie Lee Edwards wishes to thank everyone for their prayers food cards Calls visits monetary gifts and All other acts of kindness shown during our time of sorrow. We Are forever grateful. To thank you a the Edwards family obituaries could locate elsewhere. Sutton said the Developer is trying to Buffer the area Between the property and the Homes. A can you look for somewhere else besides across the Street near residences a Barnes said Glenn Davis whose wife owns part of the property was also at the meeting he previously told the Council that a solar farm would be a Good use for the property. A this has been a godsend to us a Davis said tuesday. Wilson resident Zette Mcarn was concerned about tuesdays meeting which she believed was originally designed for people to talk about their concerns. Most of the meeting included questions and answers with Sutton who represents the solar development company. A sounds like this is a done Deal and this is just an informational session for concerned residents a Mcarn said. A is there an Opportunity for citizens who do not want Tyis solar farm in this area to be heard a rocotello a i 266-7818 investigators Rule House fire arson by Olivia no Fly times staff writer a May 28 House fire at a rental property on . 58 South has been ruled an arson by the county fire marshal and Wilson county sheriffs office. Deputies Are continuing their investigation into the incident said Wanda Samuel sheriffs office chief of staff. No arrests have been made yet. County officials said a neighbor reported they left their Home earlier that Day and when they came Back noticed smoke damage to the Home in the 4100 Block of . 58 South. A they thought it was Odd a said Wilson county assistant fire marshal Rodney Dancy. A they called somebody to Check it out a the incident was reported shortly after 6 30 . A Deputy was called out to investigate the incident and there was evidence the Home had been on fire Dancy said. Morton Volunteer fire department firefighters were then called out to Check for possible hot spots officials said. A there was no Active fire a Dancy said referring to when firefighters responded. A but there was evidence there was a fire there earlier a Dancy said. Dancy said he was called out to investigate the incident due to the circumstances of the fire. A i determined it was indeed a suspicious fire and appeared to have several Points of origin a Dancy said. A it was a soldering once a fire marshal deems a fire As a suspicious criminal act Law enforcement Steps in and investigates the incident further officials said. Fire damage included smoke covered windows. Walls ceilings floors fans and window treatments were also damaged. A the whole House was basically covered in soot a Dancy said. Officials said the residence was a cinder Block House and had no dry Wall to bum. The Home is owned by Andrews properties according to the incident report. Officials said the owner of the Home had been remodelling it for rental purposes. Olivia a who times com 265-7879 a Arietta Farmer Smith continued from Page 1a which has the authority to approve or reject Rezones held a Public hearing May 21. Both meetings Drew concerned people living near the property. The Council will have another Public hearing thursday at 8 30 . In City Hall and could vote on the Issue after the hearing. Tim Mcfatter pastor of Unity pub Church at 2200 Downing Street set out a petition for signatures at tuesdays meeting. The petition already signed by nearly 70 people asks the Council to reject the rezoning councilmen Donald Evans Derrick Creech and a p Coleman were at the tuesday Community meeting and primarily listened to the discussion. Sutton said the Developer is willing to add the Fence in an Effort to lesson the visual Impact for residents. Residents had questions about the safety of the solar panels and wanted to know if any jobs would be created from the project. Sutton said there would be close to 390 jobs in Wilson for a year for eight pro a Man listens As a presenter talks about a proposed solar farm. Brad Coville limes posed solar farms. Then there would be close to 20 permanent jobs for ongoing maintenance. Some wanted to know if there would be any financial Benefit on electric Bills from the addition of solar. Herring said that solar would improve efficiencies for Utility companies by offering another source of electricity. He also said solar farms provide a property tax Revenue source for local communities. A a it a a net positive for Wilson Energy a Sutton said. Eleanore Williams a Silver Leaf Road resident asked if the solar farm equipment would be properly grounded. A my concern is when lightning strikes a Williams said. A will it hit my House a Sutton said the grounding would be checked by Duke Energy. He said lightning storms should not create a problem and health problems Are nonexistent. A a there a nothing in this that would draw it to your House a Sutton said. Shirley Barrett a Cameron Road resident and Sandra Barnes the chair of the areas neighbourhood watch group both asked if the solar farm Melvin Wooten. Or. 6-2-7n-3-21-13 cd we truly miss amp love you always. A Sonom dad Sisters brother Las amp Wooten family in Loving memory of our loved one Jacquiline Terrel june 3rd, 1955 july 25th. 2010 a precious in the sight of the Lori is the death of his saints. Quot psalm 116 15 Happy heavenly birthday love. The family on duty probation officer accused of buying heroin Monroe a a Mecklenburg county probation officer has been arrested on heroin charges after investigators say he bought the drug twice while on duty. Multiple news outlets report Justin Shane Mcglamery was arrested May 28 and charged with four counts of heroin Possession and Possession of drugs with intent to sell or distribute among other charges. Union county investigators say Mcglamery bought heroin four times Over a two week period last month. The associated press the Wilson times publishes Brief death notices at no charge. Full obituaries Are published on a paid basis. The obituary deadline is 4 . The Day before the obituary is to be published. Contact Lori Parrish at 265-7816 with questions. Karletta ,40,of 1213 Elizabeth Road Wilson died Friday May 29,2015 at her residence. Graveside services will be conducted i . Thursday at rest Haven cemetery 1800 Lane St. Ext., Wilson. Elder Donald Loftin will officiate. Karletta Farmer Smith the family will meet at the Home of Roger and Wanda Farmer 414 gamer St., Wilson and will assemble there at noon thursday in preparation for the funeral procession. Services Are being handled by Stevens funeral Home 1820 Martin Luther King jr., pkwy., Wilson. Condolences May be posted at wow. . Margaret Murchison Banks Goldsboro a Margaret Murchison Banks 73, died sunday. The funeral will be held thursday noon in the James t. Haskins memorial Chape of Haskins funeral Chapel

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