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Mint Hill librarian to retire at end of month

[singlepic=136,320,240,,center] (This story by Adam Houston appeared September 11 in The Mint Hill Times print edition. Click here for subscription information.)

The Mint Hill Library will host a tea party September 25 to honor branch manager Neily Trump, who retires three days later. But why a tea party?

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By |September 14th, 2008|Non-profit|0 Comments

Lawyers Road sidewalk postponed, again

The Board of Commissioners deferred a decision on the proposed sidewalk connecting The Traditions at Lawyers and Brighton Park. The decision was deferred so the board can determine the safest location for the sidewalk intersection. The project will be discussed September 25 at the next board meeting.

Read more about the sidewalk September 18 in The […]

By |September 14th, 2008|Development, Town Hall|1 Comment

AAA says no to fill ups, Mint Hill drivers say yes

David Parsons, President and CEO of AAA Carolinas tells drivers to not fill up as a result of Hurricane Ike barreling down on Texas.
“The worst thing that could happen would be for motorists to flock to gas stations to top off their tanks,” Parsons said. “That will worsen the situation before anyone knows what the damage will be.”
Mint Hill drivers, like a lot of motorists nationwide, didn’t want to take that chance. James Bolick, manager at Earps on N.C. 218, said his gas station was busy this morning with people waiting to fill their tanks. […]

By |September 12th, 2008|Transportation|0 Comments

What’s with the tree clearing?

If you’ve driven on Albemarle Road between Blair and Rocky River Church roads, you may have notice the massive clearing of trees on the northeast side of the street. […]

By |September 10th, 2008|Development, Mecklenburg County|9 Comments

SCRE still interested in downtown property

SCRE Properties still expressed interest Thursday in continuing the Mint Hill Town Center project despite losing its partner, Charlotte-based Tidewater Partners, last month. Representatives from SCRE Properties and Mint Hill met today to discuss the projects future. SCRE still plans to develop in downtown Mint Hill, and the firm could purchase nine acres from the town as part of a possible development partnership. […]

By |September 4th, 2008|Development, Real Estate, Town Hall|1 Comment

Ride with the MHFD on a call

The Mint Hill Fire Department made this video of what it looks like from inside the truck as they head toward a house fire. Notice the time it took them to get to the house in Ashe Plantation: a little over four minutes. That’s some serious driving.

“Mint Hill Engine 1 during emergency traffic on the […]

By |September 2nd, 2008|Town Hall, Transportation|0 Comments