Mint Hill Police Chief Tim Ledford introduced the newest police officers at last night’s Board of Commissioners meeting. Also at the meeting, the board voted to allow Town Manager Brian Welch to negotiate a contract with Edifice, Inc. to serve as the Construction Manager at-Risk for the new town hall project.
Mayor Ted Biggers announced last week that Carol Hull has been appointed to be on the library task force to represent the three southern towns (actually more eastern, but who’s counting?). Pineville, Matthews and Mint Hill, by consensus from the mayors and managers, could appoint one person to represent its combined interests. The following is how the library will fill the seats on the task force: […]
Mint Hill Police are working in conjunction with NC Safe Kids and the DEA to collect unused prescription and over the counter drugs which are no longer needed or expired. Mint Hill Police will be collecting these drugs on Saturday September 25 from noon until 5 pm during the Mint Hill Madness. The drop off location will be the […]
Residents will gather tonight at 7 pm at Pine Lake Country Club to discuss the latest draft of the CLUP, the plan that guides Mint Hill and ETJ development for the next 10 years. Some are calling for less high density housing while the designers of the plan–an advisory committee, town staff and the consultant […]
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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 […]