Jonathan Uzcategui and the NCGOP

Congratulations to Jonathan Uzcategui, who was unanimously elected as the new Vice-Chair of the North Carolina Hispanic Republican Coalition!An American citizen born and raised in Venezuela, Jonathan is committed to the North Carolina Hispanic Republican Coalition’s mission to increase Hispanic-American participation in electoral politics at all levels as well as boost Hispanic-American membership in the Republican Party. Continue reading

How to have your voice heard with the Wilmington City Council

Have you struggled to figure out how to actually speak at the Wilmington City Council meetings? I wanted to share the process.  Continue reading

Land Development Code

City Council & Planning Commission Work SessionJune 17, 2021, 8:30am-noonWilmington Convention Center, 10 Convention Center Drive, Wilmington City Council & Planning Commission Work Session and Public HearingJune 24, 2021, 8:30am-noonCape Fear Community College - Union Station, 520 N. Front St., Wilmington   Continue reading

Revaluations mean lower tax rate, but likely higher tax bills in Wilmington, New Hanover County

Both the City of Wilmington and New Hanover County are proposing to lower the tax rate, but with recent property revaluations, homeowners will end up paying possibly hundreds more in taxes this year. Continue reading

Make Wilmington Great Again Shirts

Uzcategui Make Wilmington Great Again Shirts are in!  Continue reading

Jonathan discusses traffic issues with Cindy Simpson

Watch the video between Jonathan Uzcategui and Cindy Simpson discuss traffic issues that plague Wilmington.  Continue reading

Wilmington City Council approves an Electric Trash Truck

The Wilmington City Council has approved the purchase of an electric trash packer vehicle.    Continue reading

Wilmington Chamber of Commerce issues 2021 Advocacy & Legislative Agenda

The Wilmington chamber of commerce issued its 2021 Advocacy & Legislative Agenda.  Continue reading

Wilmington Bar owners ask Cooper to Extend Curfew to Midnight

“We’ve already had to close two of our bars,” he said. “Luckily we still have Coglin’s Wilmington.” Continue reading