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The Mint Hill Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 last night to authorize Town Manager Brian Welch to finalize the purchase of 1.74 acres in Mint Hill Village for the new town hall. The sale of the land was held up because of an environmental report during the due diligence period that found a […]
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Want to offer the town your two cents on where you would like to see more sidewalks? Come to the Pedestrian Plan Open House on August 31 at 6 pm. Here’s the link to the page on the the town’s website. Also, be sure to fill out the survey at this link.
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Twelve miles down Albemarle Road, the town of Locust is also building a new town hall. The town hall used to be in a small building along Highway 200. However, when widening of 24/27 began several years ago, Locust was forced to move its town center to a new development just off 24/27. Ground was […]
March 11, 1982 was a milestone for Mint Hill. Yes, it was 11 years to the day that Mint Hill was incorporated. But it was also the day that John McEwen and wife Scottie donated 5.5 acres to the town for its first town hall. Previously, the board had met in a barber shop, doctor’s office, and fire department.
In this week’s Mint Hill Times, read about the donation of the land. In next week’s issue, we look at why the town hall looks so modern, and why it was one of the first eco-friendly buildings in the area. To see the agenda from that 1982 board meeting, click after the break. Thanks to Town Clerk Beth Hamrick for digging this up for us.