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Mint Hill supports Kilah’s Law

Commissioners passed a resolution presented by the Justice for Coalition to support Kilah’s Law. The board supported the resolution unanimously. So far, eight other towns have passed the resolution, and they aim to present Kilah’s Law to the N.C. General Assembly.

The law aims to increase penalties for child abusers like Kilah Davenport’s stepfather, Joshua Houser, […]

By |September 22nd, 2012|Town Hall|3 Comments

Moving day for Mint Hill Town Hall

The Mint Hill Town Hall made its official move last weekend to 4430 Mint Hill Village Lane.  Movers worked through the weekend to deliver newly ordered office furniture and boxes of files and supplies.  The town posted the moving plan on its website, stating the phone system could go down, but it made efforts to […]

By |September 14th, 2012|Town Hall|1 Comment

Aqua N.C. president talks with local customers

Private water service customers gathered in the Mint Hill Town Hall last Friday to hear from Aqua North Carolina president Tom Roberts regarding water quality.  Residents of Ashe Plantation have recently become vocal about a problem they say is decades old.

Meeting organizers invited Jeff Tarte, recently elected to the N.C. State Senate, N.C. Representative Bill […]

By |September 14th, 2012|Mecklenburg County, Town Hall|3 Comments

Therapy dogs help early readers at library

 

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Teresa Faucette is a Therapy Dogs International volunteer and an experienced dog trainer.  She believes dogs provide health and emotional benefits for humans, and she wants to spread those benefits to as many people as she can.  Her sheltie, Max, is a disaster stress relief dog who has helped people after the 2011 Alabama tornado […]

By |September 14th, 2012|Around Town, Good deeds, Library|4 Comments