Mint Hill Town Hall Meeting Recap

Share this:

On August 10th the Town of Mint Hill held a meeting of the Board of Commissioners at the Town Hall downtown.  It was interesting to note Mike Cochrane, who will be running in the November election was at the meeting in attendance listening in on the agenda items being discussed by the Mayor and Commissioners.

J B Nelson from the Daughters of the American Revolution holding proclamation.

The Board approved the minutes of the previous July 13th meeting regarding the Quarter Developers Workshop and regular meeting.  They also approved to accept the July Tax Collector’s Report which showed $12,879.09 was collected.  The Board accepted the Tax Collector’s settlement for the fiscal year 2017, approved a resolution to agree to the financing terms for the purchase of the new public safety vehicles.  Agreement was also reached to accept the May and June Treasurer’s report and financials.

The Board approved an additional sidewalk funding resolution for 9 segments and 2 miles of sidewalk to be constructed while obtaining more sidewalk space for pedestrians to get around town safely.

The decision on docket No. ZC17-3, filed by Mint Hill citizen Keith Paris was approved to allow the operation of golf carts on certain designated town streets in Mint Hill.

Mayor Ted Biggers proclaimed the week of September 17th through 23rd to be officially Constitution Week in the Town of Mint Hill.  A representative for the Daughters of the American Revolution from the Clear Creek Militia Chapter accepted the proclamation who was in attendance.

We have three big upcoming events in the month of August.  The first event will be on August 15th at 6:00 to 7:30 PM there will be a “Roundabout Workshop” held at the Mint Hill Town Hall to help drivers understand the “ins and outs” of how best to navigate through roundabouts.  Attendees and citizens are welcome to drop by anytime within this 90 minute window.

Second, on August 19th starting at 6:30 PM stop by Independence High School for the Back to School Rally.  There will be lots of family fun activities, Patriots Marching Band and more all for free.  So bring the family and enjoy a night out.

Third, on Sunday August 27th beginning at 1:00 PM visit the Mint Hill Park on Wilgrove, you will find artists, music, activities and traditional festival foods.  Bring a blanket and chairs to relax under the shady majestic oak trees.  There are also picnic tables available in the park and a children’s playground.

Share this: