The Mint Hill Police Department participated in Operation Medicine Drop last week and successfully collected more than 14,000 pills. The police department received many positive comments and encouraging feedback from citizens of Mecklenburg County about this initiative. Due to the outpouring of support, the Mint Hill Police Department is planning to hold medicine drop offs at least twice per year. The next date is tentatively set for the last weekend in September at the Mint Hill Madness Festival. […]
Rep. Sue Myrick released this statement today about Congressional staffers who may be exempt from regulations established by the new health care bill. Myrick thinks all of Congress should have to participate in the new health care regulations, not just those outside of Washington. We put a call into Myrick’s Washington office to find which staffers specifically are exempt.
UPDATE: Taylor Stanford, a staffer for Myrick, sent a link to a story on Politco.com about this loophole in the health care bill. […]
It’s been a topsy-turvy week in Mint Hill and the country this past week. The good news is it is spring in North Carolina, the best time of year!
The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library voted this morning to keep all libraries open but with reduced hours. Here’s the full list of cuts made by the library: