Commissioners also will vote on 2 affordable housing plans and a taxicab permit and consider a letter to NC DOT supporting high-occupancy toll-lanes on I-77.
Davidson’s Town Board will hold a public hearing and votes Tuesday night, Sept. 14, on proposals to give historic landmark status to two local properties: the modernist-style Purcell House at Hillside Drive and Lorimer Road, and the Jim Crow-era Falls Store at 300 Mock Road on the West Side. The board also will vote on affordable housing plans for the Davidson Bay and Walnut Grove developments, a permit for a taxi company, and consider endorsing the concept of high-occupancy toll lanes on I-77.
Also on the agenda, the board is expected to approve a permit for Mooresville-based Lake Norman Taxicab. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. at Town Hall, 216 S. Main St. Read the full story