Duplin County NC

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Greetings:

Notice is hereby given that the Duplin County Board of Commissioners will hold a Special Meeting on Monday, January 24, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. at the Duplin County Administrative Building located at 224 Seminary Street in Kenansville, NC. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss the items listed on the agenda which is attached to this notice. The Board may also take such actions related to these matters as the Board deems appropriate, and as per State law provided.

Davis H. Brinson
Clerk to the Board

View the meeting agenda here: https://www.duplincountync.com/agendas-and-minutes/

Click here to view and download the Public Hearing Request form.

The Duplin County Board of Commissioners is seeking proposals for stream debris removal on Grove and Buck Skin Creeks in Duplin County, North Carolina. Stream debris removal shall consist of removing and disposition of trees, logs, stumps, snags, shrubs, brush, aquatic weeds and other obstructions from the flow area of the natural or excavated channel.

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The Duplin County Water Department is seeking bids from qualified individuals to provide mowing services at various County owned facility sites.  The sites include; entrance to West Park Business & Tech; less than half acre, entrance to West Park Industrial; plus/minus half acre, South Park- South Park Dr., 28 wells, tanks, booster pump station sites and 3 lift station sites; approximately one (1) acre each, located throughout the County. The work will involve mowing and trimming all grass on the site including around ditch banks, building, fences, utilities, and other structures.

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Click here to view the water sites list.

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2022 Governor’s Volunteer Service Award for Duplin County Volunteers.  Special Volunteer Types: Youth, Senior, Family, Group/Team, Perseverance in Volunteerism, Latino, Faith-Based Entity, Corporate/Business, National Service, Director of Volunteers-(paid Position).  Areas of Volunteer Service:  Veteran/Military, Youth, Seniors, Disaster, Animals, Cultural, Environment, Historically Marginalized Populations, Health & Human Services, Lifetime Achievement. 

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Click here for the Nomination Form!

The Juvenile Crime Prevention Council having studied the needs of juveniles in the county hereby publishes this Request for Proposals.

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A Public Hearing took place during the Board of Commissioners regular meeting on November 15, 2021, to receive public comment on a proposal for revised electoral districts based upon 2020 Census data. During this meeting a new Electoral District Map was adopted by resolution.

Click this link to view: https://davesredistricting.org/join/787f0459-39a7-4765-9986-f5ca07ae3e54

Duplin County is considering leasing land at its West Park Industrial Center near Warsaw, NC, for farming purposes for the 2022 calendar year. The lease runs from January 1, 2022, to December 31, 2022.

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Duplin County now has a flag retirement box located at the Duplin County Airport.
The address for this location is:
260 Airport Road,
Kenansville NC, 28349

For more information contact:
Carrie Shields
Phone: 910-296-2180
Email: carrie.shields@duplincountync.com


The Duplin County Tax Office bills and collects taxes for the following towns:


Calypso, Greenevers, Kenansville, Magnolia (new for 2021), Rose Hill (new for 2021), Wallace (new for 2021), and Warsaw.

Office of the
DUPLIN COUNTY REGISTER OF DEEDS
Anita Marie Savage, Register of Deeds
Post Office Box 970; 118 Duplin Street, Kenansville, NC 28349
Telephone: (910) 296-2108 Fax: (910) 296-2344
anita.savage@duplincountync.com

The Duplin County Register of Deeds Office now offers a new system to help citizens better combat fraudulent activity.  The Fraud Detection Notification service will alert citizens when documents are recorded in the office matching their names.

Citizens can sign up for this free monitoring service in just moments with ease. The applicant provides their name, email address, and up to five names they wish to monitor for document filings. Once registration is complete, the system will send alerts via email when any documents, such as powers of attorney or deeds, are filed with the Register of Deeds Office. To register for this free service, visit www.duplinrod.com, and click on “Fraud Detection Alert System.”

For more information about the Fraud Detection Notification Alert System, contact Anita Marie Savage at (910) 296-2108.