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HFD Hosts Child Safety Seat Class

If you noticed a lot of extra cars near the Henderson Fire Department, Central Station 1 on Dabney Drive today, it’s because they were hosting a child safety seat class.

Chief Steve Cordell of the City of Henderson Fire Department told WIZS News, “The class is being taught by the North Carolina Safe Kids organization.  We have 20 students representing five departments — City of Henderson FD, Vance County Fire Department, Oxford Fire Department, Fuquay-Varina Fire Department and Norfolk, VA Fire Department.”

He said the training will allow the City of Henderson Fire Department to have more certified technicians on duty.

The course is 32 hours.

News 12/04/17

Henderson City Council’s Land Planning Committee Meeting Dec. 6

The Henderson City Council’s Land Planning Committee will meet on Wednesday, December 6, 2017, at 4:00 p.m. in the Large Conference Room, 134 Rose Avenue. The purpose of this meeting is to consider accepting a donation of land, bids for Abagayle’s Books building, and the status of the Henderson Laundry and the First National Bank Building. The public is welcome to attend.

News 12/01/17

City to Temporarily Close Marsha Ave. for Resurfacing

— courtesy City of Henderson

A City of Henderson Engineering Department memo sent to WIZS News states the following:

The City of Henderson has contracted with Carolina Sunrock to perform much needed street resurfacing throughout the City and Marsha Avenue from Fairway Drive to Cameron Drive is on the list. Due to the severity of its condition, much of the asphalt needs to be stripped and the sub-grade reworked and then the asphalt replaced. The extent of this work will take 2 days to complete and during this time the road will be closed to all through traffic. The City and its Contractor will work with the residents that live on the street to ensure daily access to their residence on Marsha Avenue, as well as first responder/emergency situations.

This work will begin Monday morning, at 8:00am on December 4th to Tuesday evening around 5:00 pm December 5, 2017. The City appreciates your patience and understanding during this temporary closure but the ultimate goal is to provide a more long term solution to repair and upgrade this section of pavement on a very highly traveled portion of the city’s streets.