Tue Sep 21, 2021
[gtranslate]

Whiteville accepts property donation with undisclosed value

img-title
Council Member Tim Collier listens to City Attorney Carlton Williamson as he describes the property donation accepted by the city council. Staff photo by Ivey Schofield.

The Lewis Smith Shopping Center now belongs to the City of Whiteville, after the Whiteville City Council on Tuesday accepted a donation of the property without disclosing its value.

The donation, submitted by accountant Alan Thompson, includes three parcels of land within the shopping center named after Lewis Smith, who

You have met your free view limit. To access the full article, please login or subscribe.
The News Reporter is the leading print publication dedicated to the The News Reporter lifestyle and provides readers with the information they need to live strong, vibrant, healthy lives. Subscriptions Include:
  • Immediate access to all web content.
  • Immediate accèss to our digital library of 40+ editions of The News Reporter.
  • The News Reporter delivered to your door every Tuesday and Friday.
  • Free Print Extras: 954 Mag and Flourish magazines each printed twice per year.
Subscribe Today
 

View the Digital Edition

Community Events

september, 2021

24sep11:00 amThe Columbus County Partnership for Children (CCPC) Inaugural Golf FundraiserThis is a Captain’s Choice tournament with four-person teams -

Download Our App

google-play.png

google-play.png

Business Card DirectoryAgent Directory
Football Picks
X
X