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Indy Lacrosse fundraiser

The Independence HS Lacrosse program will have a fundraiser on Thursday, April 26 at Pizza and Beyond Express in Mint Hill. A portion of the day’s receipts will help grow the 2012-2013 athletic program. Stop by to dine-in, carry out or call for delivery 980-207-2690. The restaurant is open 11:30 am to 9 pm and […]

By |April 27th, 2012|Around Town, Independence High School, Schools, Sports|0 Comments

Farmers Market opens May 5

The Mint Hill Farmers Market will open its season May 5 with more than produce. Visitors can listen to folk music and learn about the history of Mint Hill. The market will be open Saturdays 9 am to 1 pm and run until September 29.

By |April 27th, 2012|Around Town, Food|1 Comment

Board meets for preliminary budget hearing

The Mint Hill Board of Commissioners met Monday evening for a preliminary budget meeting. The board heard from Parks and Recreation, the Planning Board, and the police and fire departments.
Parks and Recreation requested various equipment, including a sweeper truck, a water tank which is currently borrowed from the fire department, a straw blower, a stump grinder, though it was said it could be just as effective to pay for that service, and a Bobcat utility vehicle. Parks and Rec is asking for a total of $387,000.
The Planning Board’s budget looks very similar to last year’s. Last year it received $323,360 of the budget, and this year it is asking for $323,961. Costs include vacant positions, a reassignment of a planner to senior planner. A senior planner would be authorized to make decisions and support the department since jobs have been cut on the county level.

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By |April 27th, 2012|Around Town, Government, Town Hall|0 Comments

Discover Mint Hill offers historic bus tours

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Mint Hill residents discovered the culture and history of their town last Saturday at the Mint Hill Historical Society. Discover Mint Hill offered hour-long double-decker bus tours, face painting, gold panning, boiled peanuts, and canned preserves. Visitors participated in a civil service treasure hunt and listened to the musical group Doc’s Front Porch. Sue McDonald […]

By |April 27th, 2012|Around Town, History|0 Comments