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PUBLIC NOTICE - A Public Hearing will be held on Wednesday, September 26th at 7:00 pm in Town Council Chambers to receive public comments on the Street and Special Events Permit Application for the Children's Christmas Parade sponsored by the Nashville Chamber of Commerce.  The permit is requested for Saturday, December 1, 2018 from 2:30 pm until 6:00 pm and will impact traffic on W. Washington Street from Barnes Street to Alston Street.

PUBLIC NOTICE - ELECTRONIC AUCTION OF SURPLUS PROPERTY
At the August 7, 2018 Regular Town Council Meeting, the Town of Nashville Town Council declared certain personal property surplus and authorized for disposal by electronic auction.  From October 1, 2018 – October 12, 2018, surplus vehicles, equipment, and supplies will be sold via GovDeals, an online auction service provider, at www.govdeals.com. Registration is required in order to bid and items are sold “as is, where is.” The acceptable methods of payment are cash, money order, and cashier’s check. Please take time to review the terms and conditions before bidding.  For questions about using the GovDeals website, please contact GovDeals at (800) 613-0156. You may also contact the Town of Nashville Finance Department for questions or concerns by calling (252) 459-4511 x234.

For a complete list of items to be auctioned click here.

 

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Carolinas Gateway Partnership

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The Carolinas Gateway Partnership is a public-private industrial recruitment agency dedicated to the economic development of the Eastern North Carolina counties of Nash and Edgecombe. A collaborative effort of two counties and 18 cities, towns and municipalities, this region offers an exceptional opportunity for companies experiencing growth and expansion or desiring relocation.

OBJECTIVES

  • Promote economic development throughout the region in a manner which makes the overall welfare of the citizens of the region its highest priority.
  • Bring new business and industry to each county and municipality in the region.
  • Work for the retention and growth of existing business and industry in each county and municipality in the region.
  • Promote business and industrial growth that will provide jobs for the citizens in the region's counties and municipalities.
  • Provide public/private leadership to coordinate and direct economic development in the region.
  • Increase awareness and knowledge of the region.
  • Develop standby capabilities for unanticipated economic development opportunities.

STRATEGIES

  • Increase contacts and referrals to the counties in the region from all sources and increase cooperation within and among the members of the economic development community in the region and state.
  • Generate, through aggressive, first-class regional marketing and promotion, increased direct contacts to the counties in the region for business/industrial development.
  • Provide compelling presentations of the region, each county and municipality to business prospects through the North Carolina Department of Commerce and regional marketing.
  • Devise and implement an economic development strategy for the region, including targeting growth prospects and active business retention, expansion and development programs.
  • Involve county and municipal governmental entities and private business groups in economic development activities in each county of the region.
  • Promote development of business/industrial parks and readily available shell buildings in the region.
  • Create a fund from private business groups or otherwise for the provision of incentives to new and existing business prospects in the region where appropriate.
  • Assist economic development efforts that may exist within each county and/or municipality in the region.
  • Utilize effectively and efficiently all local, state and regional resources, including the Department of Commerce, the Research Triangle Park, to deliver first-quality economic development services in the region.
  • Be recognized as the regional development entity, or perform the role of such an entity if recognition cannot be obtained, in either case representing the region in dealings with the Department of Commerce or, in the alternative, assisting the counties in the region in their dealings with the Department of Commerce and the economic development community and prospects.