Prince, Youngblood, & Massagee, PLLC, Attorneys at Law, Hendersonville, North Carolina

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Municipality Law

A municipality is a governmental entity created by the North Carolina General Assembly and includes clearly defined land boundaries. Commonly, municipalities are known as towns, villages, or cities, and are typically governed by an elected council, in conjunction with a mayor or manager. This area of law generally includes governmental and regulatory issues related to local governmental units as well as the state of North Carolina.

Municipal laws can include:

    •     Environmental restrictions
    •     Green initiatives
    •     Sustainability issues
    •     Contractual requirements
    •     Taxes and fees
    •     Land use regulation, zoning, and planning
    •     Public meetings and public records issues
    •     Public financing

Prince, Youngblood & Massagee PLLC represents many local municipalities. We can provide representation to municipalities and non-profit corporations, as well as businesses and individuals in accordance with local and state regulations. Please call us at 828/ 692-2595 or send us an email  to set up an appointment.

Visit our office at the corner of Washington Street and Third Avenue, next to the Henderson County Public Library, only blocks from Historic Downtown Hendersonville.

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