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Informational Meeting Cancelled for 2/20/20  Due to concerns over weather conditions this evening, the Town has decided to cancel the Informational Meeting that was planned for today, Thursday, February 20th.   If you wish to learn more about the sidewalk projects along South Polk Street that were to be discussed, please reach out to Brian Elgort (belgort@pinevillenc.gov).   An important informational meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 20th, 2020 for Pi...

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We received numerous phone calls about the trash schedule that was published in our newsletter and on our website for 2020 having incorrect information.  We apologize for the error.   Sometime between the proposed calendar and the actual printing of the newsletter, dates/colors got skewed and went off schedule. Yesterday’s pickup was supposed to be for trash only but the schedule that was published indicated it was a trash and recycle day so there was a lot of confusion gen...

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Effective immediately, the NC mobile DMV unit that was operating each Wednesday out of the Pineville Telephone Bldg. located at 118 College St. in Pineville, will no longer be here each Wednesday.  They have reduced their days of operation out of this facility to just the months of May and October, and only on Wednesdays. The exact dates that they will be operating out of this facility are: May 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th and October 7th, 14th, 21st, & 28th. We have not been provided ...

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Conceptual plans for the new Town Hall/Library complex are now available for public viewing on the website.  You can view these plans by clicking on the Planning & Zoning tab under the heading, DEPARTMENTS, from the main page of the website.   There should be a tab on the left hand side labeled, "Plans and Projects" that you can click on, and then click the link for "New Pineville Town Hall Workshop #2".  If you have any questions relating to the new Town Hall/Library p...

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The Community Heroes Home Ownership Program (CHHP) is a grant program intended for law enforcement, fire fighters, teachers and other first responders who purchase a home anywhere in Mecklenburg County. To learn more about this opportunity, click on the link below: https://charlottenc.gov/newsroom/cityhighlights/Pages/Housing_for_heroes.aspx  

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10/9/19 - Repairs on Leitner Dr. have been completed.  9/17/19 - The problem on Leitner Drive is a storm water drainage issue and is more extensive than originally thought. This section of the road may be closed for up to two weeks as repairs are made.  Please use caution when driving through this area and we appreciate your patience as we make the repairs.  Thank you.  -------------------------------------------------------------------- 9/16/19 One lane of Leitner Drive f...

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The Census is coming...the Census is coming and we ALL need to be counted. Our Constitution mandates that every 10 years a count of every person living in the United States is taken.  To say that this is a huge task is an understatement. Imagine what that must entail...counting everyone...whether you're legally here or illegally here, whether you're black, white, yellow or green, whether you are rich, poor or in between, whether you are homeless or physically or mentally disabled, whether y...

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Congresswoman Alma Adams officially opened a Satellite Office in the Pineville town Hall which will be available to the public on the first Wednesday of each month from 9am until noon.   Assistants from her office will be available to meet with residents from the 12th Congressional district to listen to their concerns and assist with matters involving federal agencies such as VA benefits, Social Security benefits, immigration or IRS issues.   Appointments can be made by cal...

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The Pineville Town Council voted unanimously to adopt stronger regulations regarding trash/yard waste/recycling.  This new ordinance will go into effect July 1, 2019.  To read the ordinance in it's entirety, please click HERE.

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We are happy to announce that the September-October issue of Pineville Today is now online.  To access the newsletter, please click either the gold "Newsletter" tab on the right side of the main screen or the "Newsletter" box on the top left part of the screen.  As of this issue, we will no longer be mailing the newsletter out due to the cost of printing and mailing them.  However, a limited number of printed copies will be available for those who do not have a computer or access...

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