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Gov. Perdue announces (24,000!) NC census jobs available

Gov. Bev Perdue today signed Executive Order No. 33 creating the North Carolina Complete Count Committee to coordinate Census activities at the state level. In addition, Gov. Perdue announced that 24,000 Census jobs will be available throughout North Carolina

The Census Bureau will be hiring for 24,000 jobs throughout North Carolina beginning in January 2010. Job seekers can find application information at www.2010censusjobs.gov or by calling 1-866-861-2010. The information is also available via the Employment Security Commission or JobsNOW.nc.gov. Some jobs will begin as early as January, while most will begin in February and March, and will extend until June or July. […]

By |December 9th, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Myrick thanks Senators for willingness to give up health care

Representative Sue Myrick (NC-09) today thanked Senators Tom Coburn, David Vitter, Richard Burr and Charles Grassley for their health care amendment to automatically enroll the President, Vice President, Cabinet Members, Administration staff, Members of Congress and Congressional staff into a government-run health care plan should it be signed into law.

“I appreciate these Senators being the voices of reason in the Senate,” said Rep. Myrick.  “It’s only fair that if Congress votes to take away the rights of the American people to make decisions regarding their health care, then those rights should no longer be extended to us.” […]

By |December 9th, 2009|Washington|5 Comments

Holiday House at Cheval open to public

Cheval has decorated its model home for the holidays and opened it to the public for viewing. The cost is $10 to view but 100 percent of the proceeds go the Levine Senior Center. Here’s pictures of what you can expect from this stunning home at Cheval. The Mint Hill Times has two free tickets […]

By |December 8th, 2009|Development, Non-profit|0 Comments

Matthews Police officer to be honored by Special Olympics

Sgt. David Ruby will be recognized by the Special Olympics organization Monday during the regular meeting of the Matthews Town Board. Ruby will be honored for his work in leading the Matthews Police Department’s efforts to raise funds for the Special Olympics organization for the last three years. This year the department raised $12,250 – the 15th highest amount collected by any agency in North Carolina. In 2007, the department was 17th in the state, and in 2006, 34th in the state. […]

By |December 8th, 2009|Matthews|0 Comments