The Charlotte Business Journal is reporting that General Growth Properties Inc, the Chicago based company which was partnering with Childress Klein to bring the Bridges of Mint Hill mall to this area, has received an extension to pay some of its debt through March 15.
Mecklenburg County is pleased to announce its participation in Recycle and Win, a joint effort with the City of Charlotte, the towns of Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Matthews, Mint Hill and Pineville, Coca-Cola and Harris Teeter that will make recycling easier and more rewarding than ever.
Residents of Mecklenburg County will receive a packet in the mail that will include a list of recycling dos and don’ts and an official Coca-Cola program sticker. To participate, follow the recycling tips, and place the sticker on your recycling bin. If the Prize Patrol sees the sticker on a bin full of appropriate recyclables, you will win a $50 gift card to Harris Teeter. The Prize Patrol will award 10 gift cards a week for one year.
The program kicks off Feb. 2, 2009. […]
In today’s Mint Hill Times there is an article about Mint Hill’s maneuvering to collect stimulus money–if it comes available. Here is a complete list of the projects the Metropolitan Union Mecklenburg Planning Organization will submit to the state DOT. Mint Hill is seeking funds for a sidewalk which will run along Wilgrove-Mint Hill Road […]
Joyce Lavene, the Mint Hill Times’ Plant Lady, spoke to the Mint Hill Kiwanis Club last week at its Wednesday meeting at Jimmie’s Restaurant. Lavene spoke about winter gardening.