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  • Public Municipal Stormwater Systems
  • Type A Current Public Sewer Systems (2004)
  • Type A Current Public Water Systems (2004)

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  • Public Works CIP Projects
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    Bond Funding, Public Sewers, Public Stormwater, Public Water Supply, Sewer System, Stormwater System, Utilities, Water Systems

    Important Legacy denotes outdated data. A more recent version likely exists. Consider an "External Data Source" option linked above, or click the Collection link for updated source options.
    TitleDateCollectionExtentScaleSorted in Ascending OrderMD
    Public Municipal Stormwater Systems
    Legacy
    2003 NC OneMap - 3/25/2008North Carolina 1:100,000 Metadata Link
    Type A Current Public Water Systems
    Legacy
    2003 NC OneMap - 3/25/2008North Carolina 1:100,000 Metadata Link
    Type A Future Public Water Systems
    Legacy
    2003 NC OneMap - 3/25/2008North Carolina 1:100,000 Metadata Link
    Type A Future Public Sewer Systems
    Legacy
    2003 NC OneMap - 3/25/2008North Carolina 1:100,000 Metadata Link
    Type A Current Public Sewer Systems
    Legacy
    2003 NC OneMap - 3/25/2008North Carolina 1:100,000 Metadata Link


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