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CALABASH—If a statewide involuntary annexation moratorium is approved, it could stop pending annexation in Calabash.
“Our attempts for involuntary annexation would come to a halt,” Calabash town administrator Vincent Long said of the moratorium approved by the state house and pending in the state senate.
“It’s a looming issue, but we’re still moving forward,” Long said this week.
Long was referring to an effort launched by town commissioners June 10 to pursue involuntary annexation of 174.4 acres along Beach Drive.
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