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Matthews wants input for downtown master plan

The Town of Matthews Planning Department is in the process of updating the Town’s Downtown Master Plan. The plan was originally adopted in 1997. Staff would like to garner input from citizens, business owners and anyone interested in what the future holds for Downtown Matthews. […]

By |January 8th, 2010|Matthews|0 Comments

New mayor takes reigns in Matthews

James (Jim) P. Taylor was sworn in as the 17th Mayor of Matthews Monday night. Taylor replaces R. Lee Myers who served as the Mayor of Matthews for 18 years.

Jim Taylor served on the Matthews Town Board for five terms having been elected in 1999. He is active in the community as a board member of the Matthews HELP Center and the Matthews Volunteer Fire Department Board of Directors as treasurer and secretary. Throughout his ten years as a Town Board member he served on a number of committees and boards in the Town and region. […]

By |December 15th, 2009|Matthews|0 Comments

Matthews residents: Town now offers merchandise for sale

The Town of Matthews has t-shirts, hats, fleece jackets and hooded sweatshirts available for purchase just in time for Christmas. All of the items feature the Town’s new logo.

The items are very affordable and are perfect gifts for anyone on your shopping list. Prices range from $10 for a t-shirt or ballcap to $25 […]

By |December 14th, 2009|Matthews|0 Comments

Matthews Police officer to be honored by Special Olympics

Sgt. David Ruby will be recognized by the Special Olympics organization Monday during the regular meeting of the Matthews Town Board. Ruby will be honored for his work in leading the Matthews Police Department’s efforts to raise funds for the Special Olympics organization for the last three years. This year the department raised $12,250 – the 15th highest amount collected by any agency in North Carolina. In 2007, the department was 17th in the state, and in 2006, 34th in the state. […]

By |December 8th, 2009|Matthews|0 Comments