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Development requests approved by Mooresville Commissioners

Mooresville Commissioners approved a conditional rezoning Monday to allow boat sales and service at a Brawley School Road location near Forest Lake Boulevard. That’s according to an e-mail from town spokeswoman Kim Sellers. The request was from Fun in the Sun Investments to make the property highway business with conditions as opposed to corridor mixed […]

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Boards to vote on development incentive, re-zoning, park name-change

Mooresville Commissioners meet tonight and will consider an economic development incentive of more than $11,000 for JR Motorsports. According to the agenda, JR Motorsports plans to invest $1.1 million with the addition of a fourth full-time NASCAR Xfinity Series race team. If approved, the incentive will be split between two years. Statesville City Council to […]

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Nostalgia meets functionality with the addition of Davidson Trolley service

PRESS RELEASE DAVIDSON, NC – The Town of Davidson is pleased to announce trolley service for the 10-week period from April 1 to June 10 to get people to downtown Davidson. Two trolleys will transport residents and visitors from the east and west sides of town to the downtown and South Main Street areas. Trolleys […]

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Winston-Salem City Council to vote on “Welcoming City” ordinance

It stops short of calling Winston-Salem a sanctuary city, but a resolution before that City Council tonight seeks to establish it as a “welcoming” one. The resolution says there has been an environment of excessive fear and suspicion towards immigrants, refugees and other newcomers. It therefore calls on the Police Department, attorney and others to […]

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County hopes to encourage downtown development with new plan reviewer

PRESS RELEASE Iredell County Building Standards is pleased to announce the assignment of Mr. Walt McGervey, Plan Review Specialist, to serve as our contact for renovation projects in the downtown areas of Mooresville, Statesville, and Troutman. The assignment of Mr. McGervey to this role is an effort to help encourage the renovation of existing buildings […]

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MORNING NEWSCAST: Development grant on hold, dead Python found in Statesville

A downtown Statesville development grant program is on hold for now.  That’s according to an e-mail from City Spokeswoman Nancy Davis.  The item was originally on the agenda for Monday night’s meeting but was taken off.  Under one of the proposals, recipients could receive up to $50,000 for projects over $100,000.  A new date for […]

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Huntersville Commissioners adopt resolution concerning Red Line

Huntersville Commissioners met last night, unanimously approving a resolution asking the Metropolitan Transit Commission to not devote money right now to the study of a red line. The red line, of course, has been discussed for years as a north-south commuter train between Charlotte and Iredell County. (AUDIO: Please listen to the report above to […]

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WSIC joining with local chambers for political leadership institute

PRESS RELEASE The Lake Norman and Statesville Chambers of Commerce will be hosting a candidates training program for individuals interested in future elected office. The Institute of Political Leadership of Lake Norman and Iredell County is an introduction to campaigning for local, county, and state office. The three day session will be held on three […]

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MORNING NEWSCAST: Woman robbed of prescription, Council members to consider downtown grant program

A woman was pushed to the ground and robbed of her prescription in a Columbia Street incident in Statesville recently. Police say the victim got a ride from two unknown people to get her Oxycodone prescription filled and afterwards had it stolen. Investigators describe the vehicle as a newer purple Chevy Impala occupied by a […]

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Mooresville plans public meeting to discuss Mill Village improvements

PRESS RELEASE The Town of Mooresville is hosting a Community Meeting on TUESDAY, APRIL 4 from 6 – 8 p.m. at Southside Baptist Church, 525 S. Broad Street, to discuss with area residents the proposed Mill Village Upgrades Project. Town staff, along with the general contractor, will be available to answer questions and provide general […]

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