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Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis will not seek re-election

Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis has announced that he will not seek re-election. In a statement issued today, the Mayor reviewed accomplishments from his time in office and said he would weigh options to serve at the local and state levels in the future. Travis faced calls for his resignation last summer following a Cornelius Today […]

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From the Electrical Department to the Police Department, a true public servant retires in Cornelius

PRESS RELEASE On March 31, 2017, Lieutenant Myron “Bubba” Wally retired from the Cornelius Police Department after 24 years of service to the Town of Cornelius. During the Cornelius Board of Commissioners Meeting on Monday, April 4, Lieutenant Wally was recognized for his years of service by Chief Hoyle and received his service weapon from […]

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Retiring Cornelius Police Officer honored, new K9 welcomed

PRESS RELEASES On March 1, 2017, Corporal W.L. “Lee” Cook retired from the Cornelius Police Department after over twelve years with the Town of Cornelius and almost twenty years in law enforcement. During the Cornelius Board of Commissioners Meeting on Monday, March 6, Corporal Cook was recognized for his years of service by Chief Hoyle […]

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ELECTIONS: Incumbent Mayors out, Love Valley race undetermined

Incumbent mayor Elbert Richardson is out in Troutman – challenger Ron, or Duck, Wyatt won that contest with nearly 73 percent of the vote. Judy Jablonski and Jim Troutman won the two open Council seats there. The race for five Love Valley Commissioner seats is undetermined for now – election officials will have to sort […]

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Local government: Parking tickets in Statesville, budget in Cornelius

Council to consider old parking tickets Mooresville Commissioners and Statesville City Council members both have meetings set for tonight. In Statesville, Council members will consider writing-off more than thirty-seven thousand dollars in un-paid parking tickets. According to the agenda, tickets that would be written off are more than seven years old. Public hearing set for […]

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Despite concerns, NCDOT says toll lanes moving forward

Following concerns from local governing bodies, the NCDOT yesterday issued a letter concerning the I-77 toll lanes. The letter was addressed to Huntersville Mayor Jill Swain and says an amendment to the long range transportation plan adopted in 2013 included a future widening of I-77. Rather than have bidders for the toll lane project amend […]

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