Posted on 14 August 2012.
Artist David Merck will begin work soon on a colorful, market-themed mural on the side of Summit Coffee that will look like this illustration. Click to enlarge. (Davidson Farmer’s Market photo illustration)
By DAVID BORAKS
With new town rules in place and an approved design in hand, local artist David Merck will begin work soon on a mural commissioned by Davidson Farmer’s Market on the side of the Summit Coffee building in downtown Davidson.
The colorful painting shows a bicycle in front of a farmer’s market tent surrounded by produce, flowers and musical instruments. Mr. Merck will paint on the street end of Summit’s south-facing wall, at 128 S. Main St., beginning the first week of September. Read the full story
Posted in Arts, Business, Cornelius, Downtown & old Davidson, Huntersville, Life in Davidson, Mooresville, Nonprofit news, Public art, public spaces
Posted on 02 August 2012.
NCDOT officials and members of the transportation consulting firm RK & K answered questions about the project. (Tanner Latham/WFAE photo)
By TANNER LATHAM
CORNELIUS – The North Carolina Department of Transportation hosted a public workshop in Cornelius Wednesday to field questions about its proposed plan to reduce congestion on I-77 with toll lanes.
The lanes will be called High Occupancy Toll, or HOT lanes. And the NC DOT proposes they run on I-77 from Mooresville all the way to Charlotte.
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Posted in Cornelius, Huntersville, Mooresville, Planning & Development, Transportation