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8/7/20 - The Town of Pineville has signed an amendment to the revised Joint Proclamation from the County to allow food to be served at the bar areas of restaurants located in Pineville as long as social distancing measures are being adhered to.  This amendment to the county's second revised proclamation (posted below) becomes effective immediately. To see the amended copy of the town's intention to allow seating at bar areas in restaurants, please click HERE.  7/22/20  Per the Me...

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UPDATE:  8/7/20 - The latest word on this project is that work will begin on Wed., August 12th and run through August 26th depending on weather conditions.  Property owners will have access to their property but may be limited at times.  Door hangers to notify residents of this project are scheduled to be hung next week by Charlotte Water Dept. employees. ATTENTION RESIDENTS:  Beginning August 10, 2020 or thereabouts, Charlotte Water will be repairing/replacing water &am...

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October 2, 2020 Governor Roy Cooper has ordered all United States and North Carolina flags at state facilities to be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Monday, October 5 in honor of National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Day. In accordance to Public Law 107-51, flags are to be lowered annually in recognition of the many firefighters who have lost their lives in the line of duty.  September 29, 2020 The United States and North Carolina flags at state facilities should return...

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Cone Mills update: RCI is continuing to haul off the debris from the demolition of Cone Mills. The debris should be offsite by June 1, 2020 at which time RCI will begin to crush the concrete. The concrete crushing will take about one (1) month to complete. There will be several structures remaining on site. These include the warehouses, water tower, smoke stack, silo, and boiler room. The remaining house on Dover St. will be burned by the Fire Department on June 13th. The house on Johnston Rd....

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The Town of Pineville has partnered with the Pineville Chamber of Commerce to form a new program to help small businesses obtain grants or loans.  Navigating the waters of  how to apply for grants and loans, knowing what programs are available and just knowing where to begin can be a daunting task and that is why this program was formed. Owners of small businesses can now meet with a professional representative of the Chamber of Commerce that has the background and knowledge of how to...

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Pineville Parks and Recreation would like to thank everyone who attended our Community Meeting in March and completed the Park Master Plan Survey.  The time each individual invested in completing the survey will aid the Town to make informed decisions for our facilities, optimize capital expenditures and support park master planning. Thanks for being a part of this driven approach to making decisions that will enrich the future of our community and positively affect the lives of resident, u...

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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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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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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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Contact: Judy Dellert-O'Keef CRTPO Participation and Consultation Planner 704-432-0105, [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]> 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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