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Public Information Session being held May 23 about proposed PSNC Mill Spring Compressor Station

The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Air Quality is holding a public information session on a proposed air quality permit for Public Service Company of North Carolina's Mill Spring Compressor Station.

NCDOT issues update regarding Highway 108 plans

In light of concerns expressed by Polk County Local Government and local residents over planned improvements to Highway 108, North Carolina Department of Transportation representative Brian Burch has sent a plan update to local officials and residents

Polk County Commissioners send letter to NCDOT in response to proposed Highway 108 project

In response to public input, Polk County Commissioners approved that a letter be sent to the North Carolina Dept. of Transportation with regards to the proposed Highway 108 project.

Polk Library to hold tea party in advance of royal wedding

Polk County Public Libraries are commanded by the Queen to invite you to the Royal Wedding Tea Party on Tuesday. May 15, at 2 p.m. A reply is requested to Jen at jdickenson@polklibrary.org or (828) 894-8721 x227 by Monday, May 14

Polk County 2018 primary election results

Unofficial results from the 2018 primary election held May 8 and as reported by Polk County Board of Elections

Support Polk County Public Libraries at Friends Book Sale from May 9-12

Get great deals and help support Polk County Public Libraries at the Friends of the Polk County Public Libraries' Spring Book Sale from May...

Polk Co. Recreation Dept. hiring counselors for Summer Day Camp

The Polk County Recreation Dept. is seeking energetic, creative people willing to make a safe summer experience fun and exciting for campers.

Bulldog Factory Service to create 40 jobs, $3 million investment in Polk County

With the awarding Thursday of a $250,000 grant from the N.C. Dept. of Commerce’s Rural Division Building Reuse Program, Bulldog Factory Service is expanding into the Southeast and creating more than 40 new jobs and more than $3 million in capital investment in Polk County

Polk County issues statement on Henderson County training center plans

In response to the apparent decision Wednesday by the Henderson County Board of commissioners to abandon plans for a training center off Macedonia Road near Saluda, Polk County Government's leadership issued this statement today.

Small business workshop on April 23 will focus on loan preparation

Small business owners preparing to seek a loan will benefit from a panel presentation set for April 23 at Isothermal Community College's Polk Center in Columbus

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