Posted on 08 October 2013.
Posted on 07 October 2013.
The Davidson Town Board meets Tuesday night, with discussions planned on proposed new town rules governing skateboards and scooters, a long-range budget for big projects such as a second fire station, in east Davidson, and funding for flashing crosswalk beacons on Griffith Street. Commissioners will get an update from the developer of the Langtree at the Lake project off I-77 just north of Davidson. And they’ll welcome two new town employees and recognize Malia Ellington, a 16-year-old Davidson resident and student who recently won national and world triathlon titles.
The meeting begins at 6pm at Town Hall, 216 S. Main St. It’s open to the public. Also on the agenda are two budget amendments Here’s DavidsonNews.net‘s annotated agenda with links to documents and previous coverage. Read the full story
Posted on 25 September 2013.
CONCORD – Local officials and executives from London-based Merlin Entertainments Group broke ground at Concord Mills on Wednesday for the planned $10 million Sea Life Charlotte-Concord. The 36,000 square foot aquarium is expected to open in Spring 2014, with about 5,000 marine creatures on display. Sea Life will be Merlin’s sixth aquarium around the U.S. Read the full story
Posted on 19 September 2013.
Mooresville and Iredell County have approved several hundred thousand dollars in incentives for a proposed $5 million aquatic center that would be built at Langtree at the Lake, off I-77 Exit 31. The Mooresville Tribune reports that developer RL West would own center, and lease it to SwimMac, a Charlotte-based swim training group led by U.S. Olympic coach David Marsh. Read the full story
Posted on 11 September 2013.
The Davidson Town Board on Tuesday approved an affordable housing plan for a new 15-unit “pocket neighborhood” under development on Delburg Street. Commissioners also heard a presentation about the upcoming “Be the Match” bone marrow drive and related events in the area, and discussed, but did not adopt planning visions for the Exit 30 and future rail station areas. Read the full story
Posted on 09 September 2013.
The Davidson Town Board’s regular monthly meeting Tuesday night will include consideration of an affordable housing plan for developer Rodney Graham’s proposed Delburg Street “pocket neighborhood. The board also will take up proposed new plans to guide development of the Exit 30 area and the area around a possible future commuter rail station on Jackson Street.
Posted on 30 August 2013.
Updated Friday 2:35pm
The newly organized Davidson Green School will open next Tuesday, Sept. 3, in a temporary location – at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Davidson – as work and permitting continues on its planned South Main Street site.
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Posted on 29 August 2013.
Planner and financial expert Carson Bise will address the Davidson Town Board on Tuesday, Sept. 3, in the latest installment of the town’s Economic Development Speaker Series. Meanwhile, the town has begun seeking nominations for the 2013 Jack Burney Community Service Award. And we have reminder about this week’s open houses at the fire station and the new Parks & Rec. offices and the town’s Labor Day holiday schedule. Read the full story
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