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Street Light Outages and Google digging

You may have noticed a number of street lights out around HVN. With Google digging up our neighborhood, a number of underground street light lines have been cut. We as neighbors need to report these outages. Google workers aren't here after dark and Duke doesn't know when lines are cut.

To report an outage online, go to this website:
https://www.duke-energy.com/north-carolina-business/products/lighting/request-light-repair.asp

To report by phone call: 800.POWERON (800.769.3766).

You will need to know the address of the street light pole or the pole number (on the pole itself). It may be helpful to report that Google is digging in the neighborhood.





Baseball Card Family Day Aug. 13 at MoDH

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Baseball Card Family Day at MoDH, 2-5:30PM The Museum of Durham History will host its first-ever Family Day at the Hub, 500 West Main Street downtown on Saturday, August 13th, from 2PM-5:30PM. This FREE event is a highlight of the two-part Baseball Cards exhibit currently on display at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park and the Museum. Family Day visitors can step inside the Museum to view the final weeks of Durham and the Rise of the Baseball Card, which chronicles the history of baseball cards, a national phenomenon which started in Durham. Outside, they can test their skill at the cornhole beanbag toss, enjoy storytelling and face painting, create a sidewalk art masterpiece, shoot the breeze with Wool E. Bull, sign up for a baseball-themed scavenger hunt and cool off in the water misting tent. All guests will be able create a personalized baseball card for a unique souvenir in the TapSnap photo booth. There’ll be live music by Tea Cup Gin, a shaved ice stand, beverage tent and the popular …

National Night Out - August 2

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NNO- August 2

Mark your calendars, It's time for HVNNA's National Night Out on August 2. More details to come.

Durham Hosts FEMA Revised Floodplain Map Public Meeting

Durham Hosts FEMA Revised Floodplain Map Public Meeting
Appeal Period for Revised Mapping Now Underway Until October 3

DURHAM, N.C. – Durham property owners whose flood insurance rates may be affected by recently revised floodplain mapping should mark their calendars now to attend a meeting later this month to learn more about the changes.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) released its preliminary revised floodplain mapping for the City of Durham and Durham County in April 2015. Studies were conducted on approximately half of the flooding sources, such as streams and rivers, throughout Durham. The studies indicate approximately 146 buildings have been added and another 271 buildings have been removed from the FEMA mapped floodplain. In addition, regulatory floodplain elevations will change on developed and undeveloped properties. Property owners have from now until October 3, 2016, to appeal to FEMA if they believe their property has been inaccurately assessed in the prel…

Durham Tire Recycling Drive – 7/9

Durham Tire Recycling Drive – 7/9
Unlimited Free Tire Disposal for Non-Commercial Durham Residents We are encouraging residents to properly dispose of old tires and other items that may hold standing water to prevent mosquito breeding and the diseases they may carry. Residents will be able to drop off unlimited tires (including tires with rims) for free during the event. Time:               Saturday, July 9, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Place:               City of Durham Waste Disposal and Recycling Center, 2115 E. Club Blvd.