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600 trees will line greenway in Matthews

Work is underway to plant more than 600 trees on the Four Mile Creek Greenway in Matthews. The trees will be planted along Four Mile Creek and will deter erosion of the stream bank. The trees will be of various sizes and species and will be planted over the next couple of weeks. They should be in place for the official opening ceremony of the greenway on Saturday, April 9 from 10 am to 1 pm. […]

By |March 29th, 2011|Development, Matthews|0 Comments

Robbery and fight keep Mint Hill Police busy on Stoney Glen Drive

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Mint Hill Police were dispatched to Stoney Glen Drive on two separate occasions last week. The street is a part of the apartment development at the corner of Margaret Wallace Road and Idlewild Road.

On March 21, a man reported being robbed by five black males, all with handguns. The men ranged from 18-21 years […]

By |March 23rd, 2011|Around Town, Police|4 Comments

Mint Hill Police are updating alarm permits

Mint Hill Police are working on reissuing alarm permits to all residences and businesses in the area due to new software being put to use in July 2011. In order to ensure that all residences and businesses have current permits, Mint Hill Police are asking those with monitored alarm systems to visit their website and submit a permit application. […]

By |March 22nd, 2011|Around Town, Police|0 Comments

Task Force recommendations puts Mint Hill library in jeopardy

The Future of the Library Task Force presented its final recommendations to the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Board of Trustees on Monday. It concluded that the library was not overfunded in the past few years, and that the level of service and costs are on par with similar-sized cities.

The task force also recommended that if the library cannot find an extra $2 million in its next budget, staff from some of the branches could be shifted to the regional libraries to allow for more hours of service. For Mint Hill, it could mean closing the library if the county can’t come up with the funding to hire more employees for regional branches. […]

By |March 22nd, 2011|Around Town, Mecklenburg County|1 Comment