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City Council Meeting Agenda 1-13-20

January 13, 20207:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER BY THE MAYOR INVOCATION Reverend Brian Horrell of Grace Baptist ChurchPLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCEBoy Scout Troop 59SET THE AGENDA CONSENT AGENDA1. Budget Amendment for Upper Dutchman's Creek Parallel Sewer Line Project2....

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American Red Cross Blood Drive

This event will be held in the Mount Holly Municipal Complex Training Room on March 4 from 10:00 - 2:30 PM.  Schedule an appointment by visiting www.redcross.org and entering: MountHolly or contacting Susan Allen at (704)...

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City Council Work Session

The City Council meets at 7:00 PM on the 2nd Monday of every month. Meetings are open to the public. Each meeting is held in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Complex located at 400 East...

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What are a Right of Way and an Easement?

A Right of Way is a section of your yard that follows the roadway on which you cannot place any permanent structures. It is use to allow utilities such as water, sewer, telephone and gas to...

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What is the $2.50 I pay for stormwater used for?

The fee that you pay each month to Stormwater is collected to fund the Stormwater program to meet the States requirements. This does include some money to be used to repair the Municipal Storm Sewer System,...

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I have a ditch in my front yard along the road way that I would like to fill in, Can I do that?

The ditch in your front yard (along the right of way) is part of the cities stormwater system and is maintained by the city *see above* question. If you live on a state maintained road the...

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I have a Ditch, Creek or Stream on my property, who maintains it?

The city currently maintains all ditches located on the right of way of the city (this does not include grass mowing or trash removal). If the Ditch, Creek or Stream is located on private property it...

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The water from my neighbor’s yard is running into my yard and causing it to erode, what can the city do?

Erosion is a natural occurrence when large amounts of water runoff occur in a concentrated area over a period of time. It is not illegal for rain water to run from one property to another. If...

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