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 […]
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 […]
As the construction of the new town hall building comes to an end, the Board of Commissioners and Mint Hill residents want to know what will happen to the Christmas tree at the current town hall. The tree has been part of Mint Hill tradition for over 25 years.
Town Planners Dana Clukey and John Hoard […]
Commissioners raised concerns over the fate of Bain Elementary School’s auditorium at last Thursday’s meeting. The three present commissioners made a quorum in the absence of Mayor Ted Biggers and Commissioner Mickey Ellington.
An environmental and structural study was done on Bain’s auditorium and found asbestos and lead based paints, as well as significant structural problems. The Board is interested in saving the building as a piece of Mint Hill’s history, and may find help through the Mint Hill Historical Society and the Department of Cultural Resources. This issue may generate public interest, and with the absence of the mayor and a commissioner, it was deferred until the next meeting scheduled for August 16. […]