162018Jan

Tree Seedlings Sale

The Alamance Soil and Water Conservation District will have tree seedlings available for sale at the end of February 2018.  Call now to place your order.  The varieties offered will be: Loblolly Pines and Eastern Red Cedars.  These seedlings are useful to anyone who wishes to plant trees for borders, screens, erosion control measures or… Continue Reading Tree Seedlings Sale

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22018Jan

Alamance County Board of Health Holds Annual Awards Ceremony

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Arlinda Ellison January 2, 2018 Office: (336) 229-3665 BURLINGTON- On December 19th, the Alamance County Board of Health held its annual awards ceremony at the Alamance County Health Department recognizing the work of employees and community partners. The Board of Health recognized Jon Huemmer as the recipient of the Alamance County… Continue Reading Alamance County Board of Health Holds Annual Awards Ceremony

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122017Dec

Cardinal Innovations Nominating Committee to Meet Thursday

RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services and the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners will convene a meeting of the Nominating Committee for Cardinal Innovations with representatives from the 20 Cardinal counties on Thursday, Dec. 14 at 9 a.m. At this meeting, the Nominating Committee will review the applicants and select… Continue Reading Cardinal Innovations Nominating Committee to Meet Thursday

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42017Dec

Cardinal Innovations Board Nominations

Cardinal Board Nominations Those interested in serving on the Cardinal Board should submit a resume, cover letter and up to three letters of support to boardnominations@ncacc.org by Monday, December 11, 2017. Individuals will be able to self-nominate for a position on the Cardinal Board. In addition, those selected to serve on the Nominating Committee shall… Continue Reading Cardinal Innovations Board Nominations

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62017Oct
Local Officials Take part in Advanced Applied Technology Center Ribbon Cutting

Local Officials Take part in Advanced Applied Technology Center Ribbon Cutting

On October 6, 2017, at the Carrington Scott Campus of Alamance Community College, hundreds gathered for the dedication and ribbon cutting of the new Advanced Applied Technology Center. The center’s purpose is to prepare students for 21st-century careers in fields that will remain local, are in high demand, and pay good wages. The center’s focus… Continue Reading Local Officials Take part in Advanced Applied Technology Center Ribbon Cutting

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32017Oct

COUNTY LANDFILL TO SPONSOR HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE (HHW) COLLECTION DAY AT NEW LOCATION

Alamance County Landfill officials are pleased to announce a household hazardous waste collection day on Saturday, October 21, 2017 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. The site of the collection has changed for this event. The location will be in Holly Hill Mall’s parking lot, outside of Dunham’s Sports and behind Starbucks. The entrance will… Continue Reading COUNTY LANDFILL TO SPONSOR HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE (HHW) COLLECTION DAY AT NEW LOCATION

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72017Sep

Hurricane Irma Preparations

With the potential of impact from Hurricane Irma in the Piedmont region, Alamance County Emergency Management asks that you please take a moment to review your emergency plans, business continuity plans, and prepare for the potential of heavy rain and wind. You can help yourself prepare for an emergency by creating an emergency preparedness kit.… Continue Reading Hurricane Irma Preparations

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72017Sep

Alamance County Justice Advisory Council Vacancies for Commissioner Appointed Members

The Alamance County Board of Commissioners is seeking citizens to fill five vacancies on the newly approved Alamance County Justice Advisory Council. Each appointee will be appointed to a 3-year term and no more than three consecutive terms may be served. The five (5) appointed positions are as follows: Member of the Clergy or lay… Continue Reading Alamance County Justice Advisory Council Vacancies for Commissioner Appointed Members

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62017Sep

Fall County Government Academy – Spaces Still Available

The Fall County Government Academy kicked off its first night with “Meet the Commissioners” night.  Chairman Eddie Boswell, Commissioner Amy Galey, and Commissioner Bob Byrd discussed their roles as elected officials.  They also took questions from the participants. It’s not too late!  There are a few more slots available if you would like to submit… Continue Reading Fall County Government Academy – Spaces Still Available

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