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Taking the Field: State and Local Partnerships Propel North Carolina Forward

Throughout this issue, you’ll see a consistent theme: local officials and state legislators working together. It’s a partnership that breeds success, not just for...

Municipal Equation Is on the Air

NCLM’s podcast is back in 2022, covering some of the most interesting and important topics around the League and around the state. Pre-pandemic, the League’s...

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...

Keeping the Pace with the Urban Footprint

It has been roughly a decade since the North Carolina General Assembly ended involuntary annexation in the state. In the years since, cities have continued...

2022 Town & State Dinner a Memorable Success

A Photo Gallery of the League’s 4th Annual Town & State Dinner Hundreds of mayors, city council members, appointed staffers, and other municipal officials gathered...

Council Member Owen Thomas Gets Involved

If there’s a leadership position available, Owen Thomas is likely to step in. Now, as a local leader for the City of Lumberton, he’s...

Faith Leader: Rep. Amos Quick Preaches Hope for Communities’ Futures

The League’s Quarterly Legislator Q&A Meeting State Rep. Amos Quick at his vocational office was enough on its own, without a word yet spoken, to...

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...

League Update: Congressional Luncheons Bring Together Local Leaders and Federal Lawmakers

In the spring of 2022, NCLM hosted two Congressional Luncheons, bringing together our local leaders with our federal lawmakers to discuss the most pressing...

Legislative Update: A Less Than Dramatic Legislative Session

After the 2021 legislative session that saw cities and towns reap tremendous infrastructure and other funding, this year’s follow-up was, well, a bit of...
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