Category Archives: Mecklenburg County
Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department and the Town of Mint Hill invite interested citizens to participate in developing a master plan for Ezell Farm Community Park at a public workshop on Thursday, October 29 at 6:30 pm at Mint … Continue reading
Grants to Replace Aging Diesel Engines+ (GRADE+) will assist businesses in the Charlotte region with replacing their heavy-duty diesel equipment, vehicles or engines. More than 100,000 pieces of equipment in the 13-county region that straddles North and South Carolina are … Continue reading
Mecklenburg County and Mint Hill government offices and agencies will be closed on Monday, September 7, 2009 for the Labor Day holiday. This includes all units of the Department of Social Services, the Tax Office, Elections Office, the Register of … Continue reading
If you play the lottery, this might be a good time to buy a ticket in Mint Hill. Two weeks ago, a woman won $100,000 from the gas station on Lawyers Road across from Bojangles. This past week, someone else … Continue reading
The Mint Hill library has a new manager. PLCMC announced today David Sniffin will take the helm of the library December 29.
Meteorologists are presently forecasting some much needed rainfall for the western part of the state over the next several days. Presently the western part of the state is experiencing drier conditions than Mecklenburg County. The Catawba River, which contributes greatly … Continue reading
[singlepic=379,320,240,,right] Queen’s Grant had it’s 5th annual Turkey Dinner Drive this past week. The students and staff brought in enough mashed potatoes, stuffing, yams, green beans, cranberry sauce, gravy, cornbread and brownie mix to fill 100 bags. They also raised … Continue reading
[singlepic=285,320,240,,center] Mrs. Sparkles, who works at the front desk of Mint Hill town hall, got into the spirit of Halloween by donning a witches costume today. Town Manager Brian Welch wore a mullet wig (not sure what the official costume … Continue reading
Want to know about capital improvement plans in Mecklenburg? The County finally combined the information into an easy to use Web site. One project is the Ezelle Park in Mint Hill. County officials met Monday with town officials to discuss … Continue reading
The Mint Hill Board of Commissioners passed a resolution Thursday supporting the $250 million Parks and Recreation bond package. If the bond passes, it will mean two new parks in Mint Hill: Steven’s Creek Nature Preserve on Thompson Road ($7.2 … Continue reading
For years, Rep. Sue Myrick tried to bring an immigration court to Charlotte. Finally, she has gotten her wish. The court will be located at 5701 Executive Center Drive, which is off of Albemarle Road and will open November 4 … Continue reading
[singlepic=193,320,240,,right]Last fall, the big policy question in Mecklenburg County was the half-cent sales tax to pay for a north corridor train. The tax passed easily in the November referendum, and the train looks as though it will be built, albeit … Continue reading
[singlepic=190,320,240,,center] Want to learn how to implement a compost? Then this program is for you.