Here is a summary of local government meetings in the Lake Norman region. Keep up-to-date by attending meetings and/or viewing the agendas and meetings online.



Town of Cornelius logo

MONDAY, JANUARY 6TH: The Cornelius Town Board voted unanimously on a recommendation from the Cornelius Historic Preservation Committee to designate the Cornelius Elementary Agricultural Building as a historic landmark. This designation only applies to the exterior of the building. The building was built in 1937. It is currently in use as a storage facility by the building owners, the Charlotte Mecklenburg School District. If the building were to be renovated, it would be up to the school district to perform renovations.


Cornelius Town Board meets the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month at 7pm in the Assembly Room at Cornelius Town Hall, 21445 Catawba Avenue, Cornelius, NC 28031. You can view current and past agendas  as well as video streaming of the meetings on the Cornelius Town Hall website. 




Town of Huntersville logoMONDAY, JANUARY 6TH: The Huntersville Town Board considered a request by Bowman Development Group to rezone 45.18 acres located near Mt. Holly Huntersville Road, Beatties Ford Road, and Carver Avenue from Rural to Neighborhood Residential-Conditional District. The decision was approved by a 5-1 vote.


It was also a busy night of committee appointments for the Board as well, with Lori Russell, Diane McLaine, and Kim Van Sickler appointed to the Greenway, Trail, and Bikeway Commission. Scott Mumma and Terralyn Mills were appointed to the Public Art Commission. Edward Parks, Jason Ma, Kathy Lewis, and Alisia Bergsman were appointed to the Parks and Recreation Commission. Finally, the Board adopted a resolution authorizing funding for the Huntington Green Sidewalk project, which is reimbursable through a CDBG Grant, which was approved by a unanimous vote.


Huntersville Town Board meets the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month at 6pm in the Huntersville Town Hall, 101 Huntersville-Concord Road, Huntersville, NC 28078. You can view this meeting in its entirety on the Town of Huntersville’s Facebook page.



Town of Davidson logoTUESDAY, JANUARY 14TH: The Davidson Town Board denied a request from CFA Church to re-designate approximately 3.71 acres located on Griffith Street in the Sadler Square Shopping Center from Village Commerce to Conditional Planning Area. The applicant wants to renovate the vacant space previously occupied by the Healthy Home Economist grocery store. The proposal included a 350-seat auditorium, classes for children and youth, offices, and potentially, a kitchen to provide meals for those in need. Religious institutions are not permitted in the Village Commerce Planning Area. The church would only be in use 6-8 hours per week, while the remainder of the time, restaurants and other shops would occupy the facility. The landlord of the property, Mr. Audy Dover agreed to the plan because the property has remained vacant since the closure of the grocery store.


Davidson Town Board meetings are open to the public and occur on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month. The agenda, meeting minutes, and links to audio and video recordings of the meetings can be viewed on the town’s website. See exact meeting dates and times on the calendar. Contact information for Davidson’s mayor and board of commissioners is available in the staff directory 



Travis Sherrill Mooresville Public Library


Travis Sherrill

A lifelong Mooresville native, and a library associate at the Mooresville Public Library. I am in charge of marketing and promoting events taking place at the library. An avid sports fanatic. I especially love Davidson Wildcats basketball, Atlanta Braves baseball, and NASCAR.




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