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SPCA of Franklin County 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt

The SPCA of Franklin County is sponsoring their 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hung for Dogs on April 16, 2011, in Franklinton, NC.  To register for the event, or find out more, check out their site @ http://www.spcafc.org/     DWF StaffThe staff at Destination Wake Forest is proud to bring you more generalized news and information […]

Helpful Resource for Landowners Straddling the Wake/Franklin Counties Boundary

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Helpful Resource for Landowners Straddling the Wake/Franklin Counties Boundary

Do you live near the Wake and Franklin County boundary? Did you know it is being adjusted and some properties in Wake County will soon be in Franklin County?

That’s going to have a major affect on people who own property in either county and are expecting certain services. For those with schoolchildren, it may mean changing schools entirely.

WakeGov.com has set up a great resource to help answer the questions of whose property is being affected by the switch. It will also help potential buyers and sellers make informed decisions when purchasing any residential property.

The site is very user-friendly with a map, and search box to find properties by name, address, or parcel number. Just click on the icons on the left side of the page.

Additional information can be obtained by viewing the frequently asked questions.

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Rabies Warning for Northern Wake County Near Franklin County Line

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Rabies Warning for Northern Wake County Near Franklin County Line

Local health officials have issued a rabies notice for residents and visitors in the vicinity of the intersection of Wall Road and the Wake/Franklin county line. A case of rabies in a fox was confirmed Monday, July 27, 2009.

On July 26, a fox interacted with two dogs on Windemere Lane in Wake County. Since both dogs were current with their rabies vaccinations, they only required a rabies booster shot.

“The outcome would have been quite different for the dogs and family members had these dogs not been properly vaccinated,” said Wake County Animal Control Director Michael Williams. “We urge everyone to check the rabies vaccination status of their pets, and make sure they are current with vaccines.”

Anyone who sees an animal acting in an unusual manner is urged to call their respective animal control agency. Numbers are listed at the end of this release.

Whenever a person is bitten or scratched by an unknown animal, they should thoroughly clean the wound with soap and warm water, and contact their physician or Wake County Community Health immediately. The daytime phone number for Wake County Community Health is 250-4462; the after-hours number is 839-3059.

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