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Davidson celebrates grand opening of new town hall on Saturday

March 22. The Town of Davidson invites the community to the grand opening of the new Davidson Town Hall and Community Center  at 251 South St. on Saturday, March 25 from 11 am to 2 pm. Mayor Rusty Knox will kick off the event in front of the newly renovated building at 11 am with […]

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Cornelius Town Board formalizes Medic concerns

March 21. By Dave Vieser. At their March 20 meeting, the Cornelius Town Board formalized the town’s position on several issues involving the County Medic System. Following the lead of the Davidson Town Board, the commissioners unanimously approved a resolution addressing changes regarding dispatch procedures and a new response protocol for Medic EMS calls within […]

Scott Higgins will run for Town Board

March 7. By Dave Yochum. Dr. Scott Higgins, a veteran of volunteer boards and commissions in Cornelius as well as a retired educator, plans to run for the five-member Cornelius Town Board. He has served as a member of the Parks, Arts, Recreation and Culture Commission (now the Parks & Recreation Commission), has also served […]

Budget planning meeting will be held Thursday

Feb. 6. By Dave Vieser. The game plan is similar to last year, but the venue is quite different. The Cornelius Town Board will conduct a special meeting to discuss planning for the 2024 fiscal year budget at the Cain Center for the Arts. Last year’s session was held at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church. […]

Davidson closes former town hall during renovations

Feb. 6. Beginning today, the former Town of Davidson Town Hall, located at 216 S. Main St., will be closed to the public. Phase 2 of the Public Facilities Project includes upfitting the Russell B. Knox Municipal Building for Public Safety. Town of Davidson offices including Planning, Project Manager, Parks and Recreation, Housing and Equity, […]

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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 […]

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Hickory St., Northcross Drive improvements moving ahead

Jan. 4. By Dave Vieser. The First Cornelius Town Board meeting of 2023, held last night due to the New Years Day holiday on Monday, was a rather subdued event. There were no public hearings on the agenda. However, commissioners approved a number of property transfers and donations, which are needed to begin construction on […]

Town Board meets tonight

Jan. 3. The First Town Board meeting for 2023—starting at 6 tonight in Town Hall—was delayed by a day due to the New Years Day holiday on Monday. The commissioners are expected to approve a number of property transfers and donations, which will be needed to begin construction on improvements at the Hickory Street/Main Street […]

Last town board meeting of 2022 is tonight

Dec. 19. The Cornelius Town Board will conduct their final regular meeting for of 2022 tonight. The commissioners are expected to finalize the legislative agenda for 2023 at that time. The Town adopts a legislative agenda every year to identify state and local priorities. Elected officials and staff use them to communicate with our state […]

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It’s all in the detail: Carolina Springs hopes to expand

Dec. 5. By Dave Vieser. A public hearing on a site plan amendment requested by Carolina Springs Auto Spa will be held this evening, Dec. 5, by the Town Board. The proposed amendment would permit the car wash business to move their detail building to the rear of the property while adding express detail and […]