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NC State Health Council members vote unanimously.

The North Carolina State Health Coordinating Council (SHCC) voted to unanimously approve Macon County’s Petition for Adjustment to Need Determination – essentially paving the way for a dialysis center to be built in the county.

Last week Commissioner Ronnie Beale traveled to Raleigh to hear the results of a vote from the Facilities Planning Section of the Health and Human Services Department. The Facilities Planning Section approved the county’s petition and sent it to the SHCC for a final vote.

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New truck turn around and information stations questioned

Macon County residents came out in full force last Thursday to ask questions and get information on proposed truck arounds and information statements heading toward Highlands.

The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) hosted a workshop for the purpose of soliciting public comment during the project development process, and to inform citizens of four proposed truck information stations and truck turn-around locations along US 64/ NC 28 from US-23/ 441 Franklin to NC-106 in Highlands.

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A Highlands man had his day in Superior Court this week. Bradley Craig Little faced multiple charges from an incident in September 2010. Little pled no contest for charges of injury to personal property and four counts of misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon.

Little will serve 60 days at the Macon County Jail for the assault charges, after which he will have 18 months of supervised probation. Little will also be required to do 24 hours of community service and will be required to have no contact with the people involved in the incident, and can possess no firearms during that time.

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Macon County officials announced last week that the county’s EDC Director, Trevor Dalton, had resigned from his position on Sept. 11. Dalton served Macon County for more than two years before deciding to change his career path. In his resignation letter, Dalton wrote that he wanted to “further my education and career in the private sector.”

Dalton was hired in the summer of 2009 after an extensive 10-month search by the county’s economic development commission. EDC members were impressed with Dalton’s financial background and his experience in software development. The commission was also enthused with Dalton’s youth, as it coincided with one of the EDC’s main priorities of keeping young local talent in Macon County.

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published: 10/18/2013
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