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Cornelius dilemma: Growth brings conflicting opinions

April 17. By Dave Vieser. As Cornelius continues to grow, many well-meaning residents find themselves on opposite sides of two major issues: Managed growth and affordable housing. Two separate town-appointed committees, the Growth Management Task Force (GMTF) and the Mayor’s Housing Study Committee, have issued recommendations to the Town Board, and town officials are working […]

Planning Board will meet again on Growth Management recommendations

April 13. The Cornelius Planning Board will hold a Special Meeting on the Growth Management Task Force (GMTF) recommendations on April 25. The meeting will be held at 4 pm in Room 203 in Town Hall. The Cornelius Town Board formed the growth management task force a year ago, after growth vs. infrastructure became the […]

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Town Board agrees to rezone landmark property for single-family homes

Jan. 18. By Dave Vieser. The Cornelius Town Board unanimously approved a rezoning for a 3.9 acre parcel on Smith Circle. Applicant Steve Terpak plans to develop a 12-lot, single-family residential subdivision at that location. The stately mansion that was once the home of the Smith family will eventually be demolished. The density of the […]

Mansion on Smith Circle would be torn down

Fate of mansion may come down to Town Board vote in January

Dec. 15. By Dave Vieser. The long-awaited public hearing on rezoning for the Reserve at Smith Circle Project will be held Tuesday Jan. 17, beginning at 7 pm in Town Hall. Commissioners will be reviewing a development which received a unanimous approval recommendation from the Planning Board following their Dec. 12 meeting. Background The project […]

Mansion on Smith Circle would be torn down

Landmark home comes down in plan for 12 new homes

Oct. 12. By Dave Vieser. Plans for new houses which would replace a stately home on Smith Circle in Cornelius were placed on hold again by the Planning Board at the Oct. 10 meeting when the applicant did not show up for the required public hearing. Steve Terpak is proposing 12 single-family homes on 3.9 […]