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While the Coronavirus has touched every nook and cranny of our society, small businesses have been hit particularly hard.  Here is some information that may provide some assistance:   023595_comm_corona_virus_smallbiz_loan_final.pdf April 9, 2020  Mecklenburg County Provides COVID-19 Stabilization Funds for Small Businesses and Micro Businesses In response to the local economic impact of the current health crisis, Mecklenburg County has created a COVID-19 Small Business E...

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The town's annual JUNK WEEK, was scheduled for the week of April 27-May 1, 2020.  However, with the current situation as it is, it will be necessary to postpone JUNK WEEK until further notice. As soon as it is safe to do so, another week will be scheduled later in the year.  We apologize for the inconvenience but it is necessary due to the STAY AT HOME order and a very limited work force. Keep watching for updates on the town's website and Facebook pages.  Thank you for your und...

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4/30/20 - Mecklenburg County, along with all seven towns that make up the county, have signed a revised Stay-at-Home Order to be in alignment with the State's Order.  To view the revised order, please click HERE. This section of the NEWS portion of the website will be updated periodically when new information or news is sent to us.  3/30/20 - New Information provided by Mecklenburg County posted today, 3/30/20.  Below is a chart comparing the County's Stay at Home Order and ...

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The Pineville Chamber of Commerce has put together a list of Pineville restaurants that are open for take out business.  Additionally, the Metro Diner, has a limited menu as well as special multi-meal deals. Please visit the Chamber's website to see the list of restaurants at: www.pinevillencchamber.com Many thanks to Pineville Chamber of Commerce for compiling this list.  Please support your local restaurants!

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PLEASE SEE THIS IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING TRANSPORTATION SERVICES THROUGHOUT MECKLENBURG COUNTY March 23, 2020 CATS Service Modifications in Response to COVID-19 Impacts   Starting on Wednesday, March 25, CATS will make modifications to transit service to accommodate the current need for demand. By operating modified service, CATS is able to continue providing the community access to essential daily needs, front-line jobs and medical services.   CATS will operate...

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Please note that the Free Shredding Saturdays offered by Mecklenburg County for March, April, May and June and advertised in the town's March/April newsletter have all been cancelled. 
Contact: Judy Dellert-O'Keef CRTPO Participation and Consultation Planner 704-432-0105, jdellert-okeef@charlottenc.gov<mailto:jdellert-okeef@charlottenc.gov> CRTPO OPENS PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON THE EAST-WEST CONNECTOR PROJECT FOR CONFORMITY ANALYSIS AND 2045 MTP/2020-2029 TIP AMENDMENTS   The Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) has opened a 30-day public comment period on an air quality conformity determination and amendments to the 2045 Metropolitan T...

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CLOSED Effective Tuesday, March 17 at 12:00PM Pineville Parks and Recreation adjusts upcoming events for COVID-19 In this time of increased concern over the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), the health and welfare of our community is our top priority. All programs, rentals, events, indoor facilities, dog park and playgrounds will be closed until April 30th. This decision will be revisited as we receive more information. Our Parks will remain open during this time. All canceled rentals ...

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