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The Huntersville Police Department will be holding a Rape Aggression Defense Class on October 11th, 2014 and October 18th, 2014. This two day course w...

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Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation and the Town of Huntersville held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Sept. 9, 2014, officially opening Torrence Creek...

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The date for this month's Parks & Recreation Commission meeting has been changed to Wednesday, August 13th.  The Agenda for this meeting is a...

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JANET W. PIERSON, NCCMC TOWN CLERK of HUNTERSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA HONORED BY NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPAL CLERKS Janet W. Pierson...

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INVITATION TO BID Sealed proposals will be received on or before 2:00 P.M. on Thursday, August 7, 2014, in the Site Solutions conference room locat...

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Corrected Fall Volleyball and Fall Senior Softball Schedules *NOTE: This is an update to the dates listed in the rec guide. Fall Girls Volleyball Le...

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Huntersville Police Captain Barry Graham was recognized earlier today by the Rotary Club of North Mecklenburg with the Roosevelt Wilson Vocational Ser...

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Beginning Monday, June 16, 2014, the Town will begin prep work to remove and replace the culvert under Nitsa Lane near the intersection of Providence ...

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DowntownTransportation System Plan Public Workshop a Success Approximately 40 people attended a Public W...

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Public Notice  The Huntersville Police Department is scheduled for an on-site assessment as part of the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enfo...

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At their June 2nd Board Meeting, Huntersville Commissioners approved the FY14-15 Budget. The coming year’s budget increases taxes 2.25 cents to...

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Downtown Huntersville Transportation System Plan (DTSP) Public Workshop Scheduled for June 5th A Public Workshop will be held on June 5th from 6:00...

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The Town of Huntersville in conjunction with Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics is pleased to announce it has been awarded the Centralina Coun...

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The Huntersville Parks & Recreation Department and the Parks & Recreation Committee need your help to officially name the Main and Maxwell Sit...

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MEETING NOTICE May 9, 2014 Contact:  Janet Pierson, (704) 875-6541  The Huntersville Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting ...

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Detour on Old Statesville Rd (NC 115) and Huntersville-Concord Road due to “Hello Huntersville” event  The Town of Huntersville is ho...

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Hello Huntersville 2014, Proudly Presented by ASC & Town of Huntersville Join us Saturday, May 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for Hello Huntersvil...

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Due to spring break, the April 16th Park & Rec Commission meeting has been rescheduled to April 30th at 6:30 p.m.
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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE HUNTERSVILLE MULTI-COURT RECREATION CENTER PROJECT The Town of Huntersville is soliciting proposals from qualifi...

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Coffee Organizing Partnerships - April 23, 2014 (6:00-7:30 p.m.) at Chick-fil-A Lake Norman The Huntersville Police Department would like to formal...

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Raleigh – The N.C. Department of Transportation announces the apparent successful bidder for its first Public-Private-Partnership (P3) contract ...

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Where do you want to live, work and play in the future?  We hope it is Mecklenburg County!  Take a look at the Draft Livable Communities Vis...

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Huntersville Town Manager Greg Ferguson announced today that he selected Cleveland Spruill of Alexandria, Virginia as the new Chief of Police for the ...

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The intersection at US 21 (Statesville Road) and Gilead Road is one of the town’s busiest intersections and one of the most important transporta...

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The Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) has started a 30-day public comment period for its draft 2040 Metropolitan Transpo...

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  Coffee Organizing Partnerships  --  February 25, 2014 The Huntersville Police Department would like to formally invite the Communit...

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The Town of Huntersville Greenway, Trails and Bikeway Commission will be hold a Public Meeting to gather input for the updated Master Plan. In 2007 th...

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Advanced Disposal has suspended collection the rest of the week as State and Town crews continue removing snow and clearing streets around town. They ...

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Friday AM Roads Update from Engineering & Public Works: Public Works has cleared all the routes on the bare pavement schedule with very few &lsqu...

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Huntersville Public Works crews made a lot of progress this afternoon.  With the exception of the three numbered state routes (73, 21, 115), NCDO...

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Advanced Disposal will not the rest of this week due to the winter storm.   They had suspended yard waste and recycling and hoped to collect gar...

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MECKLENBURG COUNTY FY 2015 Annual Action Plan Citizen Participation Forum Invitation and Public Hearing Mecklenburg County is a designated Commu...

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Town offices are closed today due to weather. Huntersville Public Works crews began early this morning hitting main collector streets such as Stu...

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The Coffee with a Cop event scheduled for tonight at Dunkin Donuts is cancelled due to inclement weather planned for our area this afternoon and eveni...

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NOTICE: DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS FORECASTED FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 2014, THE PLANNING BOARD REGULAR MEETING IS HEREBY POSTPONED TO THURSDAY, JANU...

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Insurance Companies Request Rate Hike for Homeowners Policies Public Comment period runs from Jan. 3 through Jan. 31 RALEIGH -- The North Carolina...

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CATS is proposing to increase transit fares and passes on all its services July 1, 2014. The proposed fare increase would also include CATS Vanpool Se...

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NCDOT wants to know about transportation issues that are important to you. Huntersville is located in Division 10 and residents are asked to submit th...

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The Huntersville Police Department is pleased to announce the opening of applications for a new Rape-Aggression-Defense (R.A.D.) class for women of al...

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Calendar Year 2013 was another record breaking year for park and facility attendance in the Town of Huntersville -- Congratulations to the staff and v...

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Huntersville Parks & Recreation MLK Day of Service Project Monday, January 20, 2014 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Bradford Park The Town of Huntersvi...

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NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING  Town of Huntersville Planning Board January 21, 2014, 5:00 p.m. TAKE NOTICE that the Town of Huntersville Planni...

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Coffee Organizing Partnerships January 28, 2014 The Huntersville Police would like to formally invite the Community to meet the officers that work...

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Upper Ramah Creek Basin Small Area Plan Public Information Meeting – January 9th A Public Information Meeting for the Upper Ramah Creek Basin...

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This February, the Town of Huntersville kicks off its fourth class of Huntersville 101. Interest in Huntersville 101 continues to grow and this year,...

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Downtown Huntersville Transportation System Plan RFP Issued The Town of Huntersville has issued a “Request for Proposals (RFP)” for prepa...

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The Town of Huntersville is currently in the process of hiring a new Chief of Police (see job ad and link to employment profile below) and as part of ...

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The Huntersville Police Department is pleased to announce the opening of applications for the Annual Citizen's Police Academy. The Academy is a 10...

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Town of Huntersville Strategic Economic Development Plan (SEDP) Work has begun on preparation of a Strategic Economic Development Plan (SEDP) for the...

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Routes 98 and 99 North Mecklenburg Village Riders The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is hosting a public meeting on Thursday, December 5, 201...

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Are you a transit user?  The Town of Huntersville is seeking a Huntersville resident (and transit user) for appointment to a three year term to t...

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The Carolina Diving Academy had three members of their Elite team sign national letters of intent at the Huntersville Town Council meeting Monday even...

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The Town of Huntersville’s Parks and Recreation Department will host 59 different tournaments on our towns’ athletic fields and facilities...

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The results of Tuesday's election can be viewed online through the Mecklenburg County Board of Elections: http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/N...

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The Town of Huntersville will hold the first of three public meetings related to planned improvements at the intersection of Statesville Road (US 21) ...

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The planning process for the preparation of the Upper Ramah Creek Basin Small Area Plan (URCBSAP) has begun.  Huntersville Plannin...

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Don't forget to come out and give your input on the Main and Maxwell Park Master Plan. The first opportunity will be on-site at Main and Maxwell Pa...

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Get ready to fall into fun at the Huntersville Fall Festival located at Barnette Elementary School - 13659 Beatties Ford Road, on Friday October 11th ...

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The third annual Fall Into Huntersville Festival will take place on Saturday, October 5th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of Discovery Place Kids. ...

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SoZo Technology Briefing: Rethink Manufacturing with 3D Printing – Friday, September 6, 2013 at 2 p.m. at CPCC Merancas Campus in Huntersville; ...

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Chief Philip K. Potter of the Huntersville Police Department announced his retirement this week. Chief Potter has served as the Huntersville Chief for...

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NCDOT expects to open Gilead Road in Mecklenburg County this evening; Additional work will take place next week under lane closures The N.C. Departmen...

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On Monday August 26, 2013, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools will open for the 2013-14 school year. This will have an impact on the daily commute for vehi...

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Latest Update from NC DOT: Bud Henderson Road is now open.  NCDOT says that Gilead should be open (weather permitting) by August 31st, but...

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From NCDOT – Weeks of intense, powerful storms have compromised several roadways in the Charlotte region, resulting in closures and detours. The...

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The North Carolina Department of Transportation has concluded their damage assessment of area roadways damaged during recent storms and heavy rain eve...

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NOTICE OF PRE-HEARING OPEN HOUSES AND COMBINED PUBLIC HEARINGS FOR THE PROPOSED CONVERSION OF HIGH OCCUPANCY/TOLL (HOT) LANES ON I-77 AND I-277 IN MEC...

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Things continue to settle down locally from Friday night's storm that produced torrential downpours and sustained rain throughout Huntersville.  ...

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Things continue to settle down locally from Friday night's storm that produced torrential downpours and sustained rain throughout Huntersville.  ...

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Come show your patriotism when Huntersville Parks & Recreation and Birkdale Village host the Town's 9th Annual 4th of July Celebration, Thursday J...

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Over the past year or so, there have been black bear sightings in Huntersville and the surrounding area.  The North Carolina Wildlife Resources...

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The Soil Supply Rezoning (R13-02) application will continue to be reviewed by the Planning Board on July 23, 2013.  Town Board Final Action is no...

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The Huntersville Police Department encourages residents and the businesses in the community to access a web-based crime prevention tool that alerts ci...

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On Monday, Huntersville Mayor Jill Swain announced that the Town of Huntersville, in partnership with SoZo Group, the Asian Manufacturers Association ...

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A Draft of the Eastfield Road Small Area Plan (ERSAP) is now available for public review and comment. Click here to view the Draft Plan. The...

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The Mecklenburg-Union Metropolitan Planning Organization (MUMPO) will hold three (3) public meetings to inform the public about the process underway t...

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Leaders of the Asian Manufacturers Association (AMA) will visit Huntersville June 16-17th to meet with town officials and business leaders. The meeti...

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Storm Debris Collection: For information on collection of yard debris from the June 13 storm, please call Carolyn at the Town hall at 704-875-6541. Th...

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As part of the planning process for the Eastfield Road Small Area Plan (ERSAP), the Town has been undertaken an analysis to determine the final locati...

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23,000 miles, 8 days, 7 Chinese cities and 34 meetings marked the beginning of a new bridge between American South and China, as four US mayors from d...

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MECKLENBURG COUNTY Five Year Consolidated Plan and FY 14 Annual Action Plan Community Development Block Grant Public Hearing and Public Comment Per...

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CITIES & TOWNS MOBILIZE FOR NATIONAL KIDS TO PARKS DAY --Town of Huntersville Signs On for May 18 Nationwide Park Celebration Hundreds of tho...

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Interested in playing a more active role in Huntersville schools? Huntersville Commissioners are currently accepting applications from interested r...

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Join us Saturday Mornings, 8am-12pm at the new & improved Huntersville Growers’ Market, sponsored by The Town of Huntersville Parks and Recr...

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The Town of Huntersville is holding its annual spring festival “Hello Huntersville” this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and will tempora...

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Hello Huntersville...Proudly Presented by the Arts & Science Council and Carolinas HealthCare System Join us Saturday, May 11, from 10 a.m. - 2...

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Huntersville Mayor Jill Swain will be in New York Thursday, April 18th to participate in the 3rd annual TFI-News US P3 Infrastructure Finance Forum 20...

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Traffic Advisory: Closures and Detours at Intersection of McCord and Ramah Church Roads Beginning April 4th Beginning on April 4th, Motorists shou...

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HUNTERSVILLE GROWERS MARKET PROJECT The Town of Huntersville (“Town”) is soliciting proposals from qualified consulting firms to provide ...

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The Mecklenburg-Union Metropolitan Planning Organization (MUMPO) opened a 30-day public comment period on Saturday, March 23 and will hold Open House-...

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TRAFFIC ADVISORY – *Friday, March 15, 2013: Emergency Lane Closures & Repairs on NC 73 about 1 mile east of Old Statesville Road (NC-115) In...

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The Huntersville Police Department encourages residents and the businesses in the community to access a web-based crime prevention tool that alerts ci...

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Safety Town is a 4-day program for children entering kindergarten in August 2013 that teaches life-saving lessons on strangers, traffic, fire, pedestr...

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Huntersville Town Hall will be the site of an informational charrette on the proposed I-77 widening project on Wednesday, February 27th from 2:30 - 4:...

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HUNTERSVILLE, NC: 2013 Community Survey The Huntersville Police Department strives to provide the community with the highest possible quality of l...

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The Mecklenburg-Union Metropolitan Planning Organization (MUMPO) will open a 21-day public comment period on Monday, February 11, 2013 to receive the ...

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Click HERE for Full Announcement Mecklenburg County would like your participation in the preparation of the 5-Year Consolidated Plan. This annual d...

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Mecklenburg County's Organic Waste Reduction program offers workshops that teach the benefits of recycling and waste reduction. Workshops include ...

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The Town of Huntersville Board of Commissioners is accepting applications for an ETJ Seat on the Board of Adjustment (outside Town limits but within T...

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The Huntersville Board of Commissioners will hold a retreat on Thursday, February 14, 2013 and Friday, February 15, 2013 beginning at 9:00 a.m. both d...

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The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is developing a 3-year Strategic Plan for library programs and services in cooperation with Mecklenburg County. This...

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Help to plan for the future of our region and the continued vitality of our community by giving your input at a drop-in open house on Thursday, Februa...

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This February, the Town of Huntersville kicks off its third class of Huntersville 101. This program offers up to 20 residents a chance to learn first...

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The Eastfield Road Small Area Plan Public Information Meeting will be held on January 17, 2013 at 6 p.m. at Asbury United Methodist Church, ...

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The Town of Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department (HPRD) will hold its 2013 Day of Service Project on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, January 21, ...

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The Town was notified yesterday by American Water Resources of their intention to send letters to Huntersville residents promoting their water and sew...

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Town offices will be closed Tuesday, January 1, 2013 for the New Year's holiday.  Advanced Disposal is also closed on New Years Day.  Th...

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N.C. Metro Mayors Select New Leadership The N.C. Metropolitan Mayors Coalition, a bipartisan group representing the mayors of the state’s 28 ...

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Tips for addressing school safety concerns with your children written by Chief Scott M. Knight Chaska Police Department MN As many of you are a...

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The Huntersville Police Department is pleased to announce the opening of applications for the 6th Annual Citizen's Police Academy to take place in our...

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Several new roads will open Wednesday, Dec. 5, as the N.C. Department of Transportation continues to make progress on the final segment of the Charlot...

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The Town of Huntersville is holding "A Huntersville Christmas" on Saturday, December 8th and will temporarily close Old Statesville Rd (NC115) between...

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Huntersville Parks & Recreation hosts “A Huntersville Christmas,” presented by Priority Honda, on Saturday, December 8th from 4 to 8 p...

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In the new era where protecting personal information and the environment are equally important, there is a much better solution to getting rid of dang...

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The Huntersville Parks & Recreation Department will be doing a Community Playground Build on Saturday November 17, 2012 to replace two (2) playgro...

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Tuesday night, Huntersville voters approved all three bond questions on the ballot with $17,850,000 for Street Bonds, $7,150,000 for Public Improvemen...

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The Eastfield Road Small Area Plan Public Information Meeting will be held on November 15th, 2012 at 6 p.m. at Asbury United Methodist Church, 11724 A...

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The Town of Huntersville is now taking applications for the Parks and Recreation Commission (PRC) and the Greenway, Trail, and Bikeway Commission (GTB...

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Town Attorney Bob Blythe was recognized with the Roosevelt Wilson Award for public service by the Rotary Club of North Mecklenburg at a luncheon held ...

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The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is hosting a public meeting to discuss proposed route changes to the following routes: Route 97 – V...

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The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is hosting public meetings to discuss proposed route changes to the following routes: Route 97 – Vi...

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At its October 15, 2012, the Huntersville Board of Commissioners approved a $443,014 contract to Blythe Construction, Inc, the lowest responsible quot...

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AAA CAROLINAS NAMES NORTH CAROLINA'S 2012 TRAFFIC SAFE COMMUNITIES At a ceremony held on October 18, 2012, the AAA Carolinas Foundation for Traffic...

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All Huntersville residents are invited to the dedication of the new Huntersville Police Station at 9630 Julian Clark Avenue in the Huntersville Busine...

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The Planning Department has begun the planning process for the Eastfield Road Small Area Plan.  For more information please visit the follow...

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Changes were recently introduced to the traffic pattern for Lake Norman Charter School.  Left turns from Old Statesville Road (NC-115) into the s...

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The Town of Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department and Greenway, Trail & Bikeway Commission recently began the process to update its current...

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The Town of Huntersville is seeking a Huntersville resident (and transit user) for appointment to a two-year term as the town's representative to the ...

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The Huntersville Police Department is pleased to announce that effective Monday, August 27, 2012 at 8:00 a.m, it will begin operating out of the new ...

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At their July 16th Town Board meeting, Huntersville Commissioners adopted bylaws for the creation of the Community of Huntersville Education Collabora...

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On May 7, 2012, the Huntersville Town Board adopted standards for density averaging into the Zoning Ordinance. Density Averaging allows the trans...

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Advanced Disposal collects residential recycling once every two weeks in Huntersville.  Those living in apartments or those with overflowing recy...

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On June 27th, the Town of Huntersville transferred dispatch service from the North Mecklenburg Communications Center to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police D...

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On June 5, 2012, Mecklenburg County Commissioners approved an RFP for a review of the County's 2011 Revaluation.  Four firms responded and the C...

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Frequently Dialed Numbers Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools ...

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Divers from across the US will be coming to Huntersville to compete for their chance at the AAU National Championship at HFFA from July 25th to July 3...

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The N.C. Department of Transportation will close a section of McIlwaine Road in Huntersville to replace the bridge over McDowell Creek beginning Monda...

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Last night, Huntersville Board of Commissioners voted to ban smoking in all Huntersville Parks and Recreation facilities. This ban is effective immed...

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Public meetings are being held this month to show revised, draft floodplain maps affecting about 7,000 properties on Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s wes...

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As motorists continue adjusting to the new traffic patterns of Sam Furr Rd (NC73), Statesville Rd (US21), and Old Statesville Rd (NC115) from the rece...

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Come show your patriotism when Birkdale Village and the Town of Huntersville host the Town's 9th Annual 4th of July Celebration on Wednesday, July 4th...

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The N.C. Department of Transportation will temporarily close the access ramp from Gilead Road to I-77 North in Huntersville at 9 p.m. Tuesday, June 26...

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As of today, the at-grade railroad crossing at Meacham Farm Drive has been permanently closed. As a result of this closure, ALL TRAFFIC going to Pa...

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Prior to its Town Board meeting Monday  night, Huntersville Commissioners received a presentation from Town Transportation Planner Bill Coxe on a...

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Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville president Tanya Blackmon and HFFA Director Dee Jetton addressed the Huntersville Board of Commissioners at their me...

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The N.C. Department of Transportation will begin preservation work on  15 bridges in Charlotte beginning at 9 p.m. Monday, June 18, weather permi...

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The Town of Huntersville Board of Commissioners is accepting applications for the Board of Adjustment. A Regular Member in the ETJ area (resides outsi...

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Walkers will go around the clock in the battle against cancer when the American Cancer Society Relay For Life® of Huntersville gets underway with...

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The N.C. Department of Transportation will close a section of McCoy Road in Huntersville to replace the bridge over Gar Creek beginning Monday, June 1...

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At their June 4, 2012 Board meeting, the Huntersville Board of Commissioners adopted the budget for fiscal year 2012-2013. Commissioners modified...

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McCoy Road will be closed beginning Monday, June 11, 2012 for the replacement of the bridge over Gar Creek, located approximately 1 mile north of Beat...

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Within the next few weeks Huntersville residents will begin to see tree cutting along I-77 within 340 foot clearing zones adjacent to some billboards....

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The Huntersville Board of Commissioners adopted the NC 73/Poplar Tent Road Small Area Plan (NC 73/PTRSAP) at its May 7th meeting.  The NC 73/PTRS...

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SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE The Huntersville Board of Commissioners will have a Special Meeting on Tuesday, May 29, 2012, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Hunte...

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Town of Huntersville Proclamation WHEREAS, the Town of Huntersville, North Carolina recognizes and values the dedication and entrepreneurial spirit ...

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At its board meeting Monday night, Town Manager Greg Ferguson presented his recommended budget for FY12-13 to the Huntersville Board of Commissioners....

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Come join all that Huntersville has to offer at this one day event that will take place on Saturday, May 12, from 10am-2pm.  Click HERE for more ...

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Please be aware that Rosewood Meadows Drive will be CLOSED to through traffic from approximately 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM on TUESDAY MAY 1, 2012 AND WEDNESD...

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The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), in partnership with the Mecklenburg-Union Metropolitan Planning Organization (MUMPO) and the ...

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Mecklenburg County’s Asset and Facility Management has begun a window replacement renovation at North County Regional Library, 16500 Holly Crest...

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Early voting is under way in Mecklenburg County for the May 8th primary.  The primary location for early voting is the first floor of the Hal...

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TRAFFIC ADVISORY The Town of Huntersville is holding “Hello Huntersville” a one day spring event and will temporarily close Old Statesv...

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Certain homeowners may qualify for one of these three programs offering property tax relief in the state. LOW-INCOME HOMESTEAD EXCLUSION North Car...

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Construction work zone signs have recently been erected on various streets along Old Statesville Road (NC-115), which are related to the upcoming mill...

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Mecklenburg-Union Metropolitan Planning Organization 2012-2018 Transportation Improvement Program-Amendment 2035 Long Range Transportation P...

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Did you know about half of Huntersville’s zoning jurisdiction is in a watershed overlay district? Properties located in a watershed overlay...

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Huntersville Parks and Recreation is Recycling Today for a Greener Tomorrow Huntersville, NC, March 26, 2012 – With help from two local busin...

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As we move into Spring, the Huntersville Fire Department wishes to remind all residents to change the batteries in their smoke & carbon monoxide a...

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In an effort to educate the public on plans for the 25-mile commuter and freight line, the Red Line Task Force has launched a new, interactive map on ...

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Resurfacing Work Set to Begin on Six Huntersville Streets At their regularly scheduled meeting on March 19, the Huntersville Board of Commissioners ...

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On March 29th at 10 a.m. in the Rotunda at Town Center, Mayor Jill Swain and Commissioner Melinda Bales are hosting a “coffee” to talk wit...

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The Town of Huntersville Board of Commissioners is accepting applications for the Board of Adjustment and the Planning Board. Town seats and ETJ (outs...

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The N.C. Department of Transportation will implement a new design at the intersection of N.C. 73 and U.S. 21 in Huntersville at 10 p.m. Wednesday, Mar...

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The North Carolina Department of Transportation confirmed to Town Officials this morning that the Quadrant Roadway design for the intersection of Sam ...

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Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement will continue accepting and issuing permits under the 2009 Energy Code and the 2009 Residential Code until Ju...

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NCDOT TO EXTEND CLOSING A SECTION OF MCCOY ROAD IN MECKLENBURG COUNTY Revised completion date is Feb. 22 The N.C. Department of Transportation w...

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The Red Line Task Force is holding a public workshop on Thursday, Feb. 23 regarding financing for the Red Line Regional Rail project. The workshop wil...

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Dane Construction will be making a waterline tie-in on Monday, February 6th, which will require an interruption of water service to residents in the B...

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The request by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority for a rezoning and subdivision to construct a 110 bed behavioral health facility and a fut...

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A section of McCoy Road (SR 2120), approximately 1000’ north of the intersection of Beatties Ford Road, will be closed starting Monday, January ...

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Representatives from Carolinas Healthcare (The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority) has provided additional information to the town based on the ...

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The Huntersville Board of Commissioners will hold a Special Meeting on Monday, January 23, 2012 at 12:00 noon at Huntersville Town Hall, 101 Huntersvi...

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The Red Line Regional Rail website launched today - http://redlineregionalrail.org/.  This website serves as the central point of contact for...

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Residents can place their Christmas trees, garlands, and wreaths curbside for collection by Advanced Disposal.  These items must be stripped of a...

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The NC 73/Poplar Tent Road Small Area Plan has Begun The Town of Huntersville Planning Department has begun the process for preparation of the NC ...

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On January 9, 2012, the NC Department of Transportation will begin work on replacing the bridge on Bud Henderson Road (Bridge #128 over a branch of Mc...

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The Huntersville School Advisory Committee has three terms expiring February 1, 2012.  Those interested can download an application form from htt...

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Last February, the Town of Huntersville offered its first ever Huntersville 101 class, offering 18 residents a chance to learn first-hand about the To...

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North Carolina Department of Transportation contractors continue their work to complete the widening of NC73 and installation of the quadrant left roa...

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On January 9, 2012, the NC Department of Transportation will begin work on replacing the bridge on Bud Henderson Road (Bridge #128 over Branch of McDo...

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Construction on three stream restoration projects located in Huntersville will begin in 2012: • Torrence Creek at The Park business area &bul...

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The Huntersville Police Department has recently gone live at CrimeMapping.com (www.CrimeMapping.com). CrimeMapping.com is a nationwide public mappi...

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A Public Red Line Regional Rail Summit is scheduled for Tuesday, December 13th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Charles Mack Citizen Center in Mooresvill...

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The Town of Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting "A Huntersville Christmas", presented by Priority Honda, in downtown Huntersv...

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is in the second phase of its superintendent search process with a series of community meetings.  The district is h...

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The Huntersville Police Department is pleased to announce the opening of applications for the 5th Annual Citizen's Police Academy. The Academy is a...

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The Charlotte City Council voted Monday, November 28th to replace approximately 68,000 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utility Department (CMUD)water meter elec...

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The first Huntersville Holiday 5k and Half Marathon will take place Saturday, December 3rd. Participants start and conclude the event at Birkdale Vil...

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Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics (HFFA) was recently awarded with the Best of Aquatics in their category by Aquatics International (www.aqua...

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Certification Review Public Comment Period Joint Certification Review Pursuant to 23 U.S.C. 134(i)(5) and 49 U.S.C. 1607, the Federal Highway A...

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 There will be no trash service on Thursday due to the Thanksgiving Holiday.  Advanced Disposal will resume collection of Thursday's route o...

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Town of Huntersville Proclamation   Small Business Saturday Proclamation           WHEREAS...

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The Town of Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting "A Huntersville Christmas", presented by Priority Honda, in downtown Huntersv...

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In order to keep subdivisions informed of planning decisions which may impact your community, the Planning Department maintains a list of contact info...

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The Town of Huntersville Board of Commissioners is accepting applications for the Board of Adjustment. One member is needed; a regular member in the E...

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The Towns of Huntersville and Cornelius were two of over 20 North Carolina cities and towns who received Public Power Awards of Excellence at the Elec...

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The North Office of the Mecklenburg County Land Use and Environmental Service Agency (LUESA) Office in Cornelius closed on Tuesday, October 25. &...

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 The Town of Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department has completed the installation of two synthetic turf infields at Huntersvi...

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At its October 17th Board Meeting, Huntersville Commissioners voted unanimously to purchase a 26,000 square foot, two-story building at 9630 Julian Cl...

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This will be a busy weekend in Huntersville as tens of thousands of motorists will be driving through parts of Huntersville to access Charlotte Motor ...

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Welcome to the Town of Huntersville's newly re-designed website.  We hope you'll find this new site to be easier to navigate and find informa...

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PROCLAMATION Town of Huntersville Joining the National Moment of Remembrance of the 10th Anniversary of September 11th WHEREAS, the Town of Hu...

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The Town of Huntersville’s Finance Director Janet Stoner was honored Thursday, August 18th as CFO of the Year in the Government Category by the ...

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The 2030 Community Plan was adopted on June 20, 2011.  Click on the links below to view the plan.  The plan has been separated into 4 pa...

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Recycling Reminder: June 13 - June 17 is Recycling Week 2. Those primarily East of I-77 should recycle on their scheduled pickup days. 

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The N.C. Department of Transportation plans to modify the intersection of Hambright Road and McCoy Road in Huntersville to a four-way stop on Wednesday, June 15.

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North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue and ABB, the global leader in power and automation technology, celebrated the groundbreaking of a new high-voltage ...

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