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Notice – Request for Proposals
The County of Pasquotank is seeking proposals for a VHF Simulcast Paging System. This procurement is for paging infrastructure—terminals, transmitters, simulcast timing equipment, backhaul interface, and antenna systems—and installation. The system will interface directly with the County’s dispatch operator positions at the consolidated Camden County and Pasquotank County dispatch center, and the backup dispatch operator center at Martin County.
The RFP, including detailed specifications and procedures required for response, are available on the County of Pasquotank’s website at RFP (click here for PDF) , Sealed proposals will be received until 3:00pm, Thursday, May 25th, 2017 in the County Manager’s Office, Pasquotank County Courthouse, 206 East Main Street, Elizabeth City, NC 27909, at which time they will be opened and publicly read aloud. The Pasquotank County Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. If you have any questions or need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact my office at 252-335-0865.
Under and by virtue of the authority vested in me by section 105-369 of the North Carolina General Statutes and pursuant to an order by the Pasquotank County Board of Commissioners I am hereby advertising tax liens for the year 2016 upon the real estate described below. The amount advertised will be increased by interest and costs and the omission of interest and costs from the amount advertised will not constitute a waiver of the taxing unit’s claim for those items. The real estate that is subject to the lien, the name of the person to who owned the property on the day taxes became delinquent (January 6, 2017) and the principal amount of the taxes are set out below. If the taxes remain unpaid the lien will be foreclosed by the taxing unit and the property sold to satisfy the taxing unit’s claim for taxes. These collection procedures do not apply to taxpayers who may be
This 6th day of March, 2017
Patrice C. Stewart
Yvonne Williams, an 8th grader from River Road Middle School, lead the pledge at the the March 6th Board of Commissioners meeting.
Battle Betts, ARHS Executive director accepting proclamation from Chairman Perry thanking Albemarle Regional Health Services for 75 years of service to the residents of pasquotank County.
Local members of Delta Signa Theta attended the February 20th, 2017 commissioners’ meeting.
Wondering how much you paid in car taxes while you are filling out your tax return? We have a website for you!! It's through the state - so its good even if you don't live in Pasquotank County. Enter you driver's license number, last 4 of your social security number and your birthday and it will show cars registered to you, how much you have paid in taxes and how much you owe (if any), your insurance info, everything connected to your driver's license. You can even register to vote!
Members of the "Weeksville Spuds" 4-H club lead the Pledge of Allegiance at the November 21st, 2016 Commissioners' Meeting.
Two students from Pasquotank High School's student government visited the November 7th Board of Commissioners meeting. Marinille Fager, 12th grade, and Alyssa Rodriguez, 12th grade.
Dr. Travis Burke received a plaque from the Board of Commissioner at last night’s meeting in appreciation of his many years of dedicated service to the citizens of Pasquotank County.
Two students from Elizabeth City/Pasquotank Counties Schools came to lead the Pledge of Allegiance at the Board of Commissioner meetings. The first picture is Amon McElrath, a senior at Northeastern High School who led the Pledge at the September meeting. The second picture is Ashton Williams. He is a 6th grader at Elizabeth City Middle School. He was at the October meeting.
Applications being accepted to the Board of Pasquotank County Social Services.
Pasquotank County Finance Officer Sheri Small displays the Ballistic Protective Equipment recently received by Pasquotank-Camden EMS through a grant award from Firehouse Subs. The Firehouse Subs Grant Award Program awarded nearly $10,000 to EMS in order to help provide protection in the event that they are faced with rendering care to patients in potentially dangerous situations.
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.
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