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Apr 27 - Sauls’ occupancy tax bill progressing

After two months, there's been some forward progress on a Sanford occupance tax bill. *Article from The Sanford Herald. 

Apr 26 - Broadway manager proposes slight budget increase

In his tentative budget presented to the Broadway Town Commissioners, Town Manager Dustin Kornegay proposed a 1.9 percent increase in…

Apr 08 - Adaption increases economic impact

As the sun starts to shine more, the temperatures rise to a bearable number and more people spend time outside,…

Apr 04 - County celebrates ‘Work Ready’ status

The back of the program for Monday morning's Lee County Certified Work Ready Celebration had a quote from Henry Ford.…

Apr 01 - Cash Crops, Part 1

Steve McNeil wandered out to his field of strawberry and onion plants late on a Tuesday morning. *Article from The…

Mar 28 - SAGA’s marketing director works to ‘keep the eye’ on Sanford

Austin Thomas loved to draw growing up. A class he took in high school got him interested in marketing. *Article…

Mar 23 - County commissioners hear economic development update

Sanford Area Growth Alliance's Bob Joyce gave an update on economic development efforts in Lee County Monday at the Lee…

Mar 15 - Lee County named certified work ready community

Lee County has been certified as an NC Works Certified Work Ready Community by the North Carolina Chamber Foundation. *Article…

Mar 12 - Raleigh Executive Jetport breaks ground for expansion

The Raleigh Executive Jetport held an official groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, March 9 in celebration of their expansion. *Article from…

Mar 05 - Commissioners to consider economic development issues

Multiple items of business related to economic development will come before the Lee County Board of Commissioners during its meeting…

Feb 25 - Thrash delivers SAGA update

Sanford Area Growth Alliance's Chief Executive Officer Joy Thrash attended the city council retreat Tuesday night to deliver an organizational…

Feb 23 - Significant economic development decisions made Monday

While discussion over commissioner Andre Knecht's Facebook post took most of the spotlight during Monday's Lee County Board of Commissioners…

Feb 23 - ‘Cautiously optimistic’ - Occupancy tax proponents excited but remain wary

When N.C. Rep. John Sauls filed House Bill 143 Tuesday, that marked the third bill in three years introduced in…

Feb 23 - Customer assistance program approved

In an unusually structured meeting, the Sanford City Council adjourned to a closed session for the first item on its…

Feb 23 - Customer assistance program approved

In an unusually structured meeting, the Sanford City Council adjourned to a closed session for the first item on its…

Feb 22 - New occupancy tax bill on deck

Another Sanford occupancy tax bill has been introduced in the N.C. General Assembly with a key difference to one filed…

Jan 28 - Officials parse financial issues at retreat

The Lee County Boad of Commissioners honed in on finances during its annual board retreat Thursday and Friday, particularly pertaining…

Jan 27 - Wording of bill raises concerns

The filing of a Sanford occupancy tax bill by N.C. Sen. Ronald Rabin Wednesday has been met with pushback and…

Jan 25 - The time is now for occupancy tax

We know we sound like we are beating a dead horse when we say passing a hotel occupancy tax for…

Jan 25 - A decade later, Sauls picking up where he left off

After 10 years away, John Sauls was already taking in meetings in Raleigh at the Legislative Building and re-integrating himself…



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Apr 27 - Sauls’ occupancy tax bill progressing

After two months, there's been some forward progress on a Sanford occupance tax bill. *Article from The Sanford Herald. 

Apr 26 - Broadway manager proposes slight budget increase

In his tentative budget presented to the Broadway Town Commissioners, Town Manager Dustin Kornegay proposed a 1.9 percent increase in…

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