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8/7/20 - The Town of Pineville has signed an amendment to the revised Joint Proclamation from the County to allow food to be served at the bar areas of restaurants located in Pineville as long as social distancing measures are being adhered to.  This amendment to the county's second revised proclamation (posted below) becomes effective immediately. To see the amended copy of the town's intention to allow seating at bar areas in restaurants, please click HERE.  7/22/20  Per the Me...

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ATTENTION RESIDENTS: Work on the water/sewer lines is expected to begin on August 18th at the intersection of Lakeview and Lynwood Lane. Lakeview Dr. will be blocked to through traffic at times, possible for a week.  Traffic will need to use Lynwood Lane.  Door hangers notifying residents of this project are expected to be hung next week by Charlotte Water employees. The contractor for this project, and the one taking place on Olive/Johnston Dr., is planning to do the final overlay of...

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The Arts and Science Council (ASC), whose mission it is to "ensure access to an excellent, vibrant and sustainable cultural community for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Region", is looking for a Pineville volunteer to participate on their South & East Advisory Council for a two-year term beginning immediately.  In addition to "providing advocacy, education programs, cultural planning, fundraising, grant making, public art and workshops and training for the cultural community, the Arts ...

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UPDATE:  8/7/20 - The latest word on this project is that work will begin on Wed., August 12th and run through August 26th depending on weather conditions.  Property owners will have access to their property but may be limited at times.  Door hangers to notify residents of this project are scheduled to be hung next week by Charlotte Water Dept. employees. ATTENTION RESIDENTS:  Beginning August 10, 2020 or thereabouts, Charlotte Water will be repairing/replacing water &am...

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July 24, 2020 Governor Roy Cooper today ordered all United States and North Carolina flags at state facilities to be lowered to half-staff beginning today, Friday July 24, 2020 until sunset on Tuesday, July 28, 2020 in honor of Fort Bragg Paratrooper, Sgt. Bryan Cooper Mount who passed away on Tuesday during a vehicle accident in Syria. A native of St. George, Utah, Sgt. Mount was assigned to Fort Bragg's 82nd Airborne Division and was part of the 1st Squadron, 73rd Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Brigad...

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**ATTENTION** The Lake in Pineville Lake Park has tested positive for Blue-Green Algae. Blue-Green Algae is unsafe for people and for pets (please keep pets out of the water). Effective today, July 17, 2020, there is no fishing allowed in the lake until further notice!
  NEWS RELEASE June 4, 2020   Mecklenburg County’s COVID-19 Small Business Stabilization Loans Still Available Mecklenburg County, NC – Mecklenburg County’s Office of Economic Development has announced that funds are stil...

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Cone Mills update: RCI is continuing to haul off the debris from the demolition of Cone Mills. The debris should be offsite by June 1, 2020 at which time RCI will begin to crush the concrete. The concrete crushing will take about one (1) month to complete. There will be several structures remaining on site. These include the warehouses, water tower, smoke stack, silo, and boiler room. The remaining house on Dover St. will be burned by the Fire Department on June 13th. The house on Johnston Rd....

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Governor Cooper has issued Executive Order 141, which further eases restrictions on the Stay-at-Home Order issued back in March, 2020. Executive Order 141 moves the state into Phase II allowing additional businesses and activities to take place beginning Friday, May 22, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.  The following links will direct you to Executive Order 141 and Frequently Asked Questions pertaining to the Order and what will be allowed under Phase II of the transition plan for North Carolina. &nb...

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The Town of Pineville has partnered with the Pineville Chamber of Commerce to form a new program to help small businesses obtain grants or loans.  Navigating the waters of  how to apply for grants and loans, knowing what programs are available and just knowing where to begin can be a daunting task and that is why this program was formed. Owners of small businesses can now meet with a professional representative of the Chamber of Commerce that has the background and knowledge of how to...

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