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Business leaders and a few Huntersville residents had a first hand look at an issue Huntersville voters will decide this November. At stake is a $30 million dollar bond referendum. $17,850,000 of the bonds would be used to pay for the capital cost of transportation improvements. A second question on the ballot would be $7.15 million for public improvements in the town including firefighting and other public safety facilities with a third question on the ballot addresses $5 million for parks and recreation. Gerry Vincent, Huntersville Assistant Town Manager, made a presentation on the bonds. Vincent gave an overview on…
Answers to the most Frequenty Asked Questions of the Carolinas HealthCare Behavioral Hospital - Davidson.
In a press conference today at Davidson Town Hall, N.C. Deputy Secretary Dale Carroll announced on behalf of Governor Beverly Perdue that MSC Industrial Direct Co., Inc. (NYSE MSM) ("MSC") will set up a co-headquarters in Davidson and create 400 jobs in North Carolina by the end of 2017.
Cornelius, NC -- May 15, 2012 -- Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram donated a Dodge Grand Caravan to Amy's House—a non-profit organization in Lincoln County, NC that provides services to victims of domestic violence and their families.
Lake Norman's Own enCOMPASS Advertising Agency Earns Three Coveted Awards In Visual Arts Competition.
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