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May 25, 2020 In tribute to the sacrifices of our armed services personnel, Governor Cooper has ordered all United States and North Carolina flags at state facilities be flown at half-staff on Monday, May 25 until 12 noon in honor of Memorial Day.    Statement from Governor Roy Cooper:   "This is Memorial Day Weekend, and it’s an important opportunity to honor our men and women in uniform who made the ultimate sacrifice. It’s time to reflect on their contributions ...

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  Just a reminder that trash pickup will be delayed by one day this week due to the Memorial Day holiday.  Trash will be picked up on Thursday, May 28, 2020.

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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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Update @ 9:00 a.m. 5.22.20 - It took longer than Charlotte Water originally anticipated but Charlotte Water has confirmed that the water main break has been repaired.  We appreciate your patience; it was a long time to be without water.  Thank you. Update @ 2:13 p.m. 5.21.20 - There was an 8 inch water main break due to construction work on Downs Rd. that has caused the water issues in this area. Charlotte Water is on-site and estimates repairs will take between 4-6 hours. Thank ...

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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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Beginning Friday, May 8, 2020 at 5:00 p.m., North Carolina will start to slowly transition out of the Stay at Home Order issued by Governor Cooper. This is considered Phase I of a multi-step process to ease back into normalcy at a carefully controlled pace.  Not everything is eligible to open back up at this time and the attached CHART will give a better explanation of the businesses/goods/services that will be allowed to operate under Phase I.   It is still necessary to follow C...

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The latest issue of Pineville Today for May & June, 2020 is now available online.  The tab to view the newsletter is just to the right.  PLEASE NOTE, due to some of the restrictions still in place from the Stay at Home Order, we will not be delivering hard copies to all locations that we normally would.  Hard copies of the newsletter will still be available but in 3 locations only and only during normal business hours.  All town offices are still closed to the public but ...

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Pineville Parks and Recreation would like to thank everyone who attended our Community Meeting in March and completed the Park Master Plan Survey.  The time each individual invested in completing the survey will aid the Town to make informed decisions for our facilities, optimize capital expenditures and support park master planning. Thanks for being a part of this driven approach to making decisions that will enrich the future of our community and positively affect the lives of resident, u...

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