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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held regarding the Albemarle Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan on February 4, 2016 at 7:00 pm at the Pasquotank County Public Safety Building, 200 E. Colonial Ave., Elizabeth City. Following the public hearing, the Pasquotank and Camden Counties Board of Commissioners and Elizabeth City Council will consider adoption of the plan. All citizens are encouraged to attend.
A copy of the plan is available for public review at the following web address: http://albemarlereghazardmitigationplan.wikispaces.com/Plan+Sections. The public is encouraged to review the draft plan.
For questions and/or additional information, please contact Christy Saunders, Pasquotank-Camden Emergency Management Coordinator at 335-4444.
Northeastern Students won second place in the Forestry Contest held this year at Camp Cale in Perquimans County. Teams participating were from Gates County, Camden County, Currituck County, Pasquotank County and Perquimans County. The contest is sponsored by the Albemarle SWCD and J W Jones Lumber Company each year with assistance from the NC Forest Service. The advisor is Chelsie McPherson. Students left to right are: Ethan Pierce, Jake Cullens, Dustin Kinonos, and Zack Boyce.
The Soil & Water Supervisors are front row: Rodney Johnson (Pasq.), Harvey Roberts (Currituck), Mark Powell (Camden), Steve Harris (Pasq.), Charles Mathews (Perq.), back row: Julian Baker (Perq.) Wayne Hurdle (Perq.) Abner Wayne Staples (Camden), Fenton Eure (Chowan), Maurice Berry (Pasq.), Manly West (Currituck), Mark Powell (Chowan), and William Powell (Currituck).
With the new year comes the duty of all property owners to list your property with the County Tax Department for taxes. The regular listing period for 2016 begins on January 4, 2016 and ends on January 31, 2016. Listing forms will be mailed to all persons who listed personal property last year.
All boats & motors, mobile homes, aircraft, unlicensed motor vehicles (including unlicensed trailers), permanent tagged trailers, international registered tagged vehicles, farm equipment and business personal property must be listed every year.
If you own any personal property that should be listed and you have not received a listing form in the mail by the end of the first week in January you should contact the County Tax Department to obtain a listing form. If you have a question about what should be listed you should contact the County Tax Department (338-5169 or 338-6107).
The Pasquotank County Tax Department is located in the building formerly known as the Public Library across from the Pasquotank County Courthouse on East Main Street in Elizabeth City and is open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. The tax department will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr Day on January 18, 2016.
All persons who own property subject to listing for taxation who fail to list such property during the regular listing period shall be subject to penalties prescribed by law.
All unpaid 2015 taxes are delinquent after January 6, 2016 and become subject to any and all collection remedies permitted by law.
The Pasquotank County Board of Commissioners has authorized the tax collector to implement such legal collection remedies as are necessary for the collection of all delinquent taxes.
Pasquotank County Tax Administrator
Pasquotank County is looking for bids to repair the roof of the "Edgewood Bldg". Click here for the bid package.
At the November 16th Board of Commissioner's meeting, Solid Waste Director Mike Etheridge received his Certification from SWANA as a Manager of Integrated Solid Wast Management Systems. Etheridge is one of only 9 people in the state to receive this certification.
Also at the November 16th Board of Commissioner's meeting, a group of students from UNC Chapel Hill presented their capstone project the "Assessment of Vulnerability to Sea Level Rice and Recommended Mitigation Strategies for Pasquotank County, NC". The students were Robert Harris, Molly Fisher, Neil Sullivan, Radha Patel and Cassy Karlsson. They were accompanied by their adviser Dr David Salvesen. To see a copy of their presentation, click here, for a copy of their report click here.
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