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Area Law Enforcement To Be Honored

Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association
“Back The Blue” is an event created by Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association (CCTA) in 2018 to honor the men and women in law enforcement and recognize several outstanding officers from the area. Last year, five officers were honored in a moving series of presentations made by superior officers from the various agencies participating.  In each […]
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CCTA to Hold Candidate Forum

Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association
The Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association (CCTA) has invited all 26 candidates in the race for US Congress NC 3rd District to speak at a Candidate Forum this Friday March 22 in New Bern. At the time of this article, 12 candidates from four different political parties have accepted the invitation to speak and two others […]
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Opioid Crisis Forum

Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association
January 15, 2019 in New Bern According to a report from North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, more than 12,000 North Carolinians died from opioid-related overdoses in the period from 1999 to 2016.  However, those numbers have shown a dramatic increase in recent years. Statistics released in May 2017 showed that there were […]
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Education or Indoctrination?

Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association
Public schools have difficult challenges just teaching mathematics and language, but subjects such as religion, history and science can be even more of a challenge because of culture clashes that have been steadily growing in the country. On Tuesday, June 19 at 7 PM, Tami Fitzgerald, Executive Director of NC Values Coalition, will tackle the […]
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Area Law Enforcement To Be Honored

Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association
“Back The Blue” is an event created by Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association (CCTA) to honor the men and women in law enforcement and recognize several outstanding officers from the area. According Gladys Sussle, committee chair for the event, “Officers from the City of New Bern, Craven County Sheriff’s Department, Pamlico County Sheriff’s Department, Carteret County […]
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Should North Carolina Issue New Rules?

Commercial Shrimping
Hear Both Sides Regarding Commercial Shrimping NC Marine Fisheries Commission heard another round of public comment in Wilmington on February 15 and 16 regarding the NC Wildlife Petition to enact additional regulations on North Carolina commercial shrimp fishermen.  Just like the hearing in New Bern, both sides told dramatically different stories about what the new […]
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