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Governor Pat McCrory's environmental agency awarded $127 million in loans and grants today that will help North Carolina towns pay for 70 drinking water and wastewater infrastructure projects
Governor Pat McCrory discussed his efforts to make college more affordable and the Connect NC bond during a visit with Chancellor Thomas Conway at Elizabeth City State University today
Shortly after the Council of State approved the first $200 million issuance and sale for the Connect NC Bond, Appalachian State University was awarded a construction contract to build a new College of Health Sciences Building
The Council of State unanimously approved a resolution today for the issuance and sale of $200 million in bonds to support the Connect NC investments in our state's education, parks, National Guard, and water and sewer infrastructure
State Rep. Chris Millis, R-Pender, believes voters were misled into believing the $2 billion Connect NC bond referendum passed in March mainly will finance roads and bridges, and has introduced legislation to strip $490 million of bond funding from state universities and reallocate it for roads
The Third Congressional District Republican Party Executive Committee adopted a resolution against the Connect NC Bond on March 5, 2016.
Governor Pat McCrory is touring the state today to thank the people of North Carolina and celebrate the passage of the $2 billion Connect NC bond proposal.
The North Carolina Railroad Company has taken on a project that may be outside its core mission by announcing in January it would spend $13 million to purchase 875 acres of private land for the 1,500-acre Greensboro-Randolph Megasite project, an industrial site designed to attract a large automotive
One of the least discussed but most important elements of the Connect NC Bond package is the $309 million designated for clean water and sewer infrastructure.
The East Carolina University Board of Trustees unanimously passed a resolution Friday in support of an upcoming bond referendum called "Connect NC." ECU is the first institution in the 17-member University of North Carolina system to formally support the $2 billion bond.
Governor McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal continues to gain the support of municipalities across North Carolina.
Governor Pat McCrory visited Pilot Mountain State Park today to discuss how the Connect NC bond proposal will improve North Carolina's state parks.
Governor Pat McCrory visited Winston-Salem State University today to talk about projects for the school and surrounding region which would be funded by Connect NC bonds.
Local chambers of commerce across the state are lining up in support of Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal.
Governor Pat McCrory visited Fayetteville State University today to talk about Connect NC projects proposed for the school and the region.
Governor Pat McCrory visited the State Highway Patrol Training Academy today to discuss Connect NC projects proposed for the State Highway Patrol.
Momentum for Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal continues to build as counties across the state express official support for the initiative. Currituck, Cabarrus, Dare and Sampson Counties have all passed resolutions expressing support for placing the Connect NC bonds on the ballot in...
Governor Pat McCrory visited North Carolina A&T State University today to discuss Connect NC bond projects planned for the school and to tour the NC A&T College of Engineering. The Governor, Transportation Secretary Tony Tata, Budget Director Lee Roberts, and Education Advisor Eric Guckian joined...
Cities across North Carolina are officially expressing support for placing Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal on the ballot in November. The City of Morganton, the Town of Kernersville and Elizabeth City have all passed resolutions in support of the Connect NC bond package.
Today, Governor Pat McCrory launched a new website about the Connect NC bond proposal.

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