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With ARP, an Opportunity, a Responsibility, and a Role Well Played

Through the many changes in local governments—budget cycles and news cycles, projects, and programs—one topic has remained front and center for the better part...

Town of Pikeville Successfully Pilots the Municipal Accounting Services Program

The Town of Pikeville was celebrated by the League for being one of the first pilot towns to implement the League’s Municipal Accounting Services...

ARP Funds Allow Town of Newton Grove to Fix Outdated Water/Sewer...

Newton Grove was struggling with an outdated water and sewer system and depleted town funds when the town received a once-in-a-generation opportunity through the...

CityVision 2023 a Success in Concord

Networking, education, and a visit from Governor Roy Cooper. It was the biggest week of the year for the North Carolina League of Municipalities. As our...

Mayor Scott Neisler Wraps Up a Remarkable Year

Succeeding in initiative after initiative, Neisler closes his presidential term having made a significant impact on the NC League. Per usual, Kings Mountain Mayor Scott...

NCLM Takes American Rescue Plan Expert Tour on the Road

The traveling one-stop ARP shop makes four stops this fall, working its way west to east across North Carolina. The American Rescue Plan is a...

Taking the Field: An Expansive ARP Service Line

The North Carolina League of Municipalities is a one-stop shop for its members. In practice, this means that we are whatever you—our cities and...

Telling the Story of ARPA

You’re making transformational investments in your hometown. Let’s hear about it. Over the past several months, many state and local leaders have pointed out how...

The American Rescue Plan in Action

The American Rescue Plan offers a generational opportunity for our municipalities, not just to recover from the pandemic, but to thrive well into the...

ARP Corner: The American Rescue Plan in Action

The American Rescue Plan offers a generational opportunity for our municipalities, not just to recover from the pandemic, but to thrive well into the...
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