Fri Oct 22, 2021

Whiteville now requiring stormwater permits for all nonresidential development

Council Member Kevin Williamson voices his concerns over Waste Management pickup during the "peak of hurricane season." Staff photo by Ivey Schofield.

After a public hearing that lasted around two minutes, the Whiteville City Council voted to require all non-residential development to get a stormwater permit, regardless of the amount of acreage.

“When it was originally adopted by city council, it was intended to read that any non-residential development under an acre

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