The Scotland County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing regarding the proposed Firearm Discharge Ordinance on Monday, March 5th, at 7pm at the AB Gibson Center in downtown Laurinburg.
All citizens of Scotland County interested are invited to attend this Public Hearing and express their opinions regarding the above request. Interested citizens should contact Mr. Travis Allen, Clerk to the Board, at 277-3191 to sign up to speak at this public forum. If you canno...t attend the meeting you may direct your comments on the proposed Firearm Discharge Ordinance to Mr. Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org, or PO Box 489, Laurinburg, NC 28353.
Copies of the proposed ordinance can be picked up at the County Administration Building at 507 West Covington Street or on the County website at the following link:
As a reminder all county offices will be closed December 25th, 26th, and 27th for Christmas. Offices will reopen on December 28th. County offices will also be closed on January 1 for New Year's and reopen January 2nd. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year everyone!
Upcoming article in the Laurinburg Exchange written by Country Manager Kevin Patterson
Fall and Festivals
In the land of the pine we do not experience fall colors. Pumpkins and mums are at produce stands and the nights are cool, but from your living room window the change is harder to see. Fall does bring expectation and excitement to our community. Fall brings festivals. Relay for Life, Kuumba Festival, John Blue Festival and Highland Games are each anticipated events t...
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Interview with Sheriff Kersey from his trip to Houston to help deliver relief supplies collected in the county.
The elected Sheriff of Scotland County, North Carolina Ralph Kersey Sheriff and businessman Bo Frizzell help Arrowhead soldiers of the 36th Infantry Division un...load Ford tractor trailer loads of canned food, water and toiletries donated Buy Local citizens and business owners of Scotland County, NC.
Richmond Community College President Dale McInnis is expected to ask the Scotland County Board of Commissioners to commit to a full campus in Laurinburg during their meeting tonight at 7 p.m. at the A.B. Gibson Center.