Come show support for keeping the Mint Hill community together. If you live in Mint Hill and want Mint Hill kids to go to the new Mint Hill high school, then join residents at town hall today at 7 pm.
From Lt. J.K. Rowell of the Mint Hill Police Department:
The Town of Mint Hill is continuing to see an increase of motor vehicle break-ins as well as residential break-ins. Residents are asked to be observant when traveling to and from their neighborhoods. If they see something that looks out of the ordinary or any type of suspicious person please call 911 so the police can investigate. […]
It’s time to nominate volunteers to receive the Governor’s Volunteer Service Award by August 28.
“Countless North Carolinians dedicate their time to serving their communities, and too often their contributions go unrecognized,” Governor Bev Perdue said. “If you know someone who has made a difference in the lives of others, I encourage you to nominate them for the Governor’s Volunteer Service Award. Let them know how much you value their dedication to service.”
Since 1979, the Governor’s Volunteer Service Award program has honored individuals, groups, teams and businesses that make significant contributions to their communities through volunteer service. […]
When attempting to secure local public support for its 2007 bond referendum, CMS argued that the 2007 bond funding was essential in order to build a new high school in Mint Hill that would address the explosive growth in Mint Hill and its surrounding communities and would alleviate overcrowding at Butler and Independence High Schools. […]
Construction on the newest park in Matthews will begin this November. You can be a part of this project by purchasing a customized brick for only $50.
The park will be dedicated in memory of Kay Plyler, the former Assistant Town Manager of Matthews, who died tragically in 2008. The official name of the park will be KP Park – Kay’s family and friends called her “KP”.
The pocket park will be built at the intersection of Matthews-Mint Hill Road and Matthews Station Street – adjacent to Matthews Town Hall. The park will be a small area where people may gather, relax and enjoy the outdoors. The park will have benches, a pergola, plants and trees. A sculpture with an equestrian theme will also be included in the park. The sculpture honors Kay’s love of horses. […]
The N.C. Community Conservation Assistance Program will offer the Matthews technical and financial assistance through a cost sharing program as part of the renovation of the old Public Works Facility site. The State funded program is administered by the local Soil and Water Conservation Districts. The site is part of The Four Mile Creek Greenway […]