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Can I build a home or other structure in a floodplain?

Prior to any man made activity in the 100 year floodplain, the owner must obtain a Floodplain Development Permit (FDP). Floodplain Development Permits are issued for new construction of homes, accessory buildings and fences, and the...

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How do I report a zoning violation?

Please contact the Zoning department (Brian DuPont at 704-951-3009 or Jonathan Wilson at 704-951-3014) and give the Zoning Official the address and a detailed description of the nature of the violation. Please include details such as...

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What is watershed - impervious area?

The City of Mount Holly's city limits and ETJ are either within the Mountain Island Lake or Lake Wylie Watershed. Therefore, even though the City has a Stormwater Permit from the State, Watershed Regulations govern development,...

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Where can I locate an accessory structure/fence/pool/garage on my property?

These structures may generally be placed in the side and rear yard, provided they are far enough from the property lines. Accessory structures, such as storage buildings and detached garages, if located behind the rear corner...

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Did a property owner get the required permits for construction, which is already underway?

Departmental records can easily be accessed by Zoning Officials to determine if a required permit for an activity underway has been obtained....

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Do I need a Zoning Permit?

A permit is needed for any type of construction such as a house, addition, accessory building, fence, etc. The permit will serve as a prerequisite to obtaining a building permit issued by Gaston County....

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City Council Work Session Agenda - February 23, 2018

February 26, 20186:30 P.M. CALL TO ORDER BY THE MAYOR INVOCATION SET THE AGENDA CONSENT AGENDA Approval of a Budget Amendment for the Administrative Office Construction Project AGENDA Presentation of the Audit for the year ending...

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2018 City Council Retreat Agenda

CITY OF MOUNT HOLLY2018 CITY COUNCIL RETREATMonday, February 19thMount Holly Municipal Complex 9:00a.m. Call to Order—Mayor Bryan HoughInvocation, Ground Rules, Schedule, Parking Lot ItemsReview/Status of Prior Year Priorities 9:15a.m. Finance—Africa Otis and Amy Hollingsworth Cash Flow...

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