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9/17/19 - The problem on Leitner Drive is a storm water drainage issue and is more extensive than originally thought. This section of the road may be closed for up to two weeks as repairs are made.  Please use caution when driving through this area and we appreciate your patience as we make the repairs.  Thank you.  -------------------------------------------------------------------- 9/16/19 One lane of Leitner Drive from the Vitamin Shop to the top of the hill by the hotel will...

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As was mentioned in several of the Town Council Meetings, Town Manager, Ryan Spitzer, will be available at the HUT on Wednesday, September 11, 2019 to answer questions residents may have regarding the process of forming districts in Pineville.  This question will appear on the November ballot when you go to the polls to vote.  These meetings are being held to educate voters on what it all means so that you can vote with confidence knowing that you have made the right choice for you and...

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Blue-Green Algae detected at Lake Park lake  The Town of Pineville has been working with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services division on testing Lake Park lake for blue-green algae. CMSWS confirmed today that there was a presence of blue-green algae in a section of the lake. The town has posted warning signs around the lake and is prohibiting fishing until further notice in the lake. Also, it is advised that people do not come in to contact with the water or let pets swim or dri...

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Friday, August 30, 2019  R * E * M * I * N * D * E * R This is a reminder that trash/recycling will be operating on a one-day delay next week due to the Labor Day holiday.  Trash and recycling will be picked up on Thursday, September 5, 2019.  Please be sure to roll your carts to the curb by 7:00 a.m.  Thank you and enjoy a safe holiday.     Wednesday, August 28, 2019 It has come to the attention of the town that some residents aren't putting their trash/r...

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The Census is coming...the Census is coming and we ALL need to be counted. Our Constitution mandates that every 10 years a count of every person living in the United States is taken.  To say that this is a huge task is an understatement. Imagine what that must entail...counting everyone...whether you're legally here or illegally here, whether you're black, white, yellow or green, whether you are rich, poor or in between, whether you are homeless or physically or mentally disabled, whether y...

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Congresswoman Alma Adams officially opened a Satellite Office in the Pineville town Hall which will be available to the public on the first Wednesday of each month from 9am until noon.   Assistants from her office will be available to meet with residents from the 12th Congressional district to listen to their concerns and assist with matters involving federal agencies such as VA benefits, Social Security benefits, immigration or IRS issues.   Appointments can be made by cal...

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The Pineville Town Council voted unanimously to adopt stronger regulations regarding trash/yard waste/recycling.  This new ordinance will go into effect July 1, 2019.  To read the ordinance in it's entirety, please click HERE.

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The DMV has a mobile unit that operates on Wednesdays only at 118 College St.  Must use SIDE entrance.  The DMV operates a mobile unit out of the Pineville Communications Building located at 118 College St. This portable unit can handle any licensing service needed except motorcycle road testing or Commercial Driver's License road testing.  The mobile unit will be available for the general public's use  on Wednesdays ONLY from 9:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. (closed for ...

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We are happy to announce that the September-October issue of Pineville Today is now online.  To access the newsletter, please click either the gold "Newsletter" tab on the right side of the main screen or the "Newsletter" box on the top left part of the screen.  As of this issue, we will no longer be mailing the newsletter out due to the cost of printing and mailing them.  However, a limited number of printed copies will be available for those who do not have a computer or access...

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The Pineville Police Dept. has just obtained a new tips line which individuals can call into to report any criminal activity.  Often residents want to report criminal activity anonymously and this gives them an opportunity to do so. The caller can simply leave a message on a secure line and can choose to remain anonymous or leave name and phone number if they choose.  Either way, Pineville Police will investigate every TIP that is called in.  The number to call to report criminal...

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