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Mint Hill willing to give $175,000 to library–with strings attached

Mayor Ted Biggers said yesterday he told Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Director Charles Brown that he will recommend to the Mint Hill Board of Commissioners tonight to give the library a one time payment of $175,000 to help keep the libraries open. However, it would mean that Mint Hill’s library would  have to stay open. If […]

By |June 10th, 2010|Mecklenburg County|0 Comments

Ezell Farms park meeting tonight

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Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation will host an Ezell Farm Steering Committee Meeting on Tonight, June 7th at 6:00 pm in the Assembly Room at the Mint Hill Town Hall to further discuss the athletic field provisions denoted on the Ezell Farm Master Plan.

The current Ezell Farm information and maps can be seen […]

By |June 7th, 2010|Mecklenburg County|0 Comments

Most violations of the new ban on smoking in bars? It’s right here in Mint Hill

Sharky’s, on Fairview Road, has had the most violations of the new smoking ban which recently went into effect. (A list of smoking violations in Mecklenburg County thus far.) According to WSOC TV:
Records show Sharky’s Bar and Billiards in Mint Hill has the most violations so far. Friday, manager Scott Boles said they’ve cracked down […]

By |May 25th, 2010|Mecklenburg County|0 Comments

Latest library news: Towns will get involved, but at what price?

The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library sent a press release today with encouraging news: The City of Charlotte, as well as surrounding towns, seem willing to pitch in funds to help keep the libraries open. Only three branches are now slated to be closed: Checkit Outlet (downtown Charlotte), Carmel, and the Belmont Center.

Meanwhile, library officials have met with representatives of all the towns in Mecklenburg County to see what kind of level of involvement towns can make toward keeping libraries open. The City of Charlotte, which has eight libraries, has offered to pitch in. And surrounding towns also seem interested. At last night’s Mint Hill Board of Commissioners meeting, Mayor Ted Biggers said the town is interested in helping the library, but only if it is fair across the board. […]

By |May 14th, 2010|Mecklenburg County, Town Hall|0 Comments