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Sidewalks, rectangles next on Mint Hill’s list

By Andrew Stark

The Town of Mint Hill seems to always be working on the next big project, and to Town Manager Brian Welch, those are well defined and clearly laid out in terms of sidewalks and rectangles.

Welch said the first priority has been continuing the ongoing sidewalk construction operation, which he sees as the Board of Commissioner’s No. 1 priority.

“At this point in time I don’t view it as this or that sidewalk project, I view it as these guys are making a commitment to build them and we’re going to hammer it out,” Welch said. “I didn’t take a measurement of how much sidewalk we had in this town before they told me to build more, but we’ve built a lot of sidewalks in the past couple of years and I’ve got a feeling this board will continue with that.” […]

Discover Mint Hill introduces residents to town’s history, civic identity

By |May 8th, 2015|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds, History|0 Comments

Just another Saturday night, patroling the streets of Mint Hill

By Charles Kelleher Harris

It’s 10 pm on Saturday night, do you know where your kids are? If you don’t there is a good chance that a member of the Mint Hill Police Department’s night shift knows.

On this particular Saturday they are breaking up an underage party for the second night in a row at the same address.

“This girl is home alone all weekend, her parents are away, so she had a party last night,” explains Officer Kelly, “So we get a noise complaint call.”

All four units respond within minutes to the otherwise quiet, neatly hedged neighborhood.

“All the sudden we pull up and the kids scrambled like cockroaches,” Kelly says. “We had some kids jumping out of windows.”  […]

By |May 8th, 2015|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds, History|0 Comments

Mint Hill Arts host new book club

Mint Hill Arts recently announced they will be holding a monthly book club.

“I came up with the idea,” said Mint Hill Arts volunteer Elisabeth Harvey.

During some of her down time at Mint Hill Arts, Harvey began reading.

“I was reading a book about the history of the

Impressionists, The Judgment of Paris, by Ross King,” Harvey explained, […]

By |April 30th, 2015|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds, History|1 Comment