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Mailing Address: P.O. Box 199 Clinton, NC 28329
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It is a human and technical reference center established to administer the Main Street program in North Carolina, which works to stimulate economic development within the context of historic preservation. The North Carolina Main Street Center is in the Department of Commerce, Division of Community Assistance. The center utilizes the approach developed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP) and operated through their National Main Street Center (NMSC).
In 1980, the NTHP created the National Main Street Center to share lessons learned in a revitalization pilot program. For the next three years, the NMSC conducted a national demonstration in six states, including North Carolina, that encouraged imaginative use of business and government resources to support local revitalization initiative. Since completing the demonstration project, the NMSC has grown to now include 38 states and over 1,500 communities. North Carolina having completed the demonstration program, has continued to offer the Main Street program to cities and towns throughout the state and now provides direct assistance to 49 Main Street communities and indirect assistance to countless others.
Since the program began in the fall of 1980, North Carolina Main Street downtowns have seen $702 million of new investment and experienced a net gain of more than 9,800 jobs. They have also benefited from the renovation of 2,300 buildings, and new business startups have exceeded 5,100. Nationally, Main Street communities have had $15.2 billion of new private investment in their downtowns, and North Carolina represents a significant portion of that total.
It is a comprehensive revitalization process designed to improve all aspects of downtown, producing both tangible and intangible benefits. Improving economic management, strengthening public participation and making downtown a fun place to visit are as critical to Main Street's future as recruiting new business, rehabilitating buildings and expanding parking lots.
Building on downtown's inherent assets-rich architecture, personal service and traditional values - the Main Street approach has kindled entrepreneurship, downtown co-operation and civic concern. It has earned national recognition as a practical strategy appropriately scaled to a community's local resources and conditions. There are four key elements that combine to form the Main Street Four-Point approach to downtown revitalization.
The program assists with the following offenses:
You are encouraged to contact your family physician or go to the nearest hospital emergency department. Sampson Regional Medical Center, located on Beaman Street in Clinton, is the nearest hospital. The Sampson County Health Department, which is located on Rowan Road in Clinton, can also provide some basic care needs, as well as providing referral services.
Each District's Attorney's Office has a Victim's Assistance Coordinator who assists the victim in completing the appropriate forms in order to obtain restitution from the offender or seek financial assistance from the State of North Carolina. Unfortunately, Victim's Assistance Funds cannot be used to compensate for property losses. Every victim is encouraged to contact the District Attorney's Office and complete the necessary paperwork:District Attorney's OfficeSampson County CourthouseClinton, NC 28328Phone: 910-596-6610
Victims and witnesses may be notified when criminal aliens have been released from custody by registering at Victim Notification Program.
You can contact the District Attorney at:District Attorney's OfficeSampson County CourthouseClinton, NC 28328Phone: 910-596-6610