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All about Mebane, NC

Mebane is a city located mostly in Alamance County, North Carolina, United States, and partly in Orange County. The town was named for Alexander Mebane, an American Revolutionary War general and member of the U.S. Congress. It was incorporated as “Mebanesville” in 1881, and in 1883 the name was changed to “Mebane”. It was incorporated as a city in 1987. The population as of the 2010 census was 11,393. Mebane is one of the fastest-growing municipalities in North Carolina. Mebane straddles the Research Triangle and Piedmont Triad Regions of North Carolina. The bulk of the city is in Alamance County, which comprises the Burlington Metropolitan Statistical Area, itself a component of the GreensboroWinston-SalemHigh Point Combined Statistical Area. Two slivers in the eastern portion of the city are in Orange County, which is part of the DurhamChapel Hill Metropolitan Statistical Area, itself a component of the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill Combined Statistical Area.


History of Mebane, NC

The Charles F. and Howard Cates FarmWilliam Cook HouseCooper SchoolCross Roads Presbyterian Church, and Cemetery and Stainback StoreDurham Hosiery Mill No. 15Griffis-Patton HouseThomas Guy HouseHawfields Presbyterian ChurchHenderson Scott Farm Historic DistrictMebane Commercial Historic DistrictOld South Mebane Historic DistrictPaisley-Rice Log HouseWhite Furniture Company, and Woodlawn School are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

In 1939 as part of the New DealMargaret C. Gates won a competition sponsored by the Section of Painting and Sculpture of the Treasury Department to create a post office mural in Mebane. Her painting, Landscape—Tobacco Curing, which showed a man and a young boy walking in tandem on their way to work on a tobacco farm, was completed and installed in 1941. In 1965, when the post office was remodeled, the mural was damaged beyond repair, as officials tried to remove it for restoration. A local artist, Henry E. Rood III, was hired to create an exact replica of the painting to adorn the new facility.

While the North Carolina Department of Transportation has long had plans to reroute North Carolina Highway 119, currently running through the city’s downtown, to a new alignment further west, concerns in predominantly African-American communities along the proposed route, combined with longstanding dissatisfaction with access to municipal services, resulted in civil rights complaints being filed by the West End Revitalization Association and other local residents against the Department of Transportation and city government. Although a four-year moratorium on the project was established in 1999, the Federal Highway Administration eventually granted approval in December 2009.

In October 2014, the city council voted to adopt a new seal and slogan, replacing “A progressive community, the perfect place to call home” with “Positively Charming”.


Education in Mebane, NC

The Alamance County portion is served by the Alamance-Burlington School System (which was created by a merger between the Alamance County School System and the Burlington City School System in 1996), while the Orange County portion is served by Orange County Schools.

The public schools serving Mebane residents within Alamance County include Eastern Alamance High School, Hawfields Middle School, Woodlawn Middle School, Audrey W. Garrett Elementary School, South Mebane Elementary School, and E. M. Yoder Elementary School; all part of the Alamance – Burlington School System (ABSS).

Mebane residents in the Orange County portion are zoned to Efland Cheeks Elementary School, Gravely Hill Middle School, Orange Middle School, Orange High School, and Cedar Ridge High School.

There is one private school in Mebane, Bradford Academy, a classical Christian school started in 2008.

Mebane is within 20 miles (32 km) of several notable universities, including Duke UniversityUNC-Chapel HillNorth Carolina Central University, and Elon UniversityNorth Carolina State University & Saint Augustine’s University are just over 40 miles (64 km) away in Raleigh.

Alamance Community College is a two-year college in Graham, 6 miles (10 km) west of Mebane.


LaMonica McDuffie

Loan Originator  //  NMLS #1991132

My name is LaMonica McDuffie.  I am a native of Durham, North Carolina.  I have a Degree in Business Management from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University.  I am the eldest of 2 sisters and the dog mother of 2 adorable dogs, Chase, and Harley.

Growing up my mother and I always had a love of touring new construction homes in our area.  For years I thought my dream job would be helping other people enjoy every aspect of building or owning a home of their own.

While still in college I started gaining the experience that I still use to this day in the mortgage industry. Right away I knew that I was going to love being involved in the process of helping families obtain a mortgage for their homes.  Seeing the joy, it brings to families and the pride they take in seeing their dream of homeownership come to fruition gives me the passion to perform my job to the best of my ability. 638-7494
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