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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.




Highlights from the last board meeting on November 4th

Monday saw a second hearing for the proposed Leafspring School daycare project. The applicant, Jeff Bazow, was on hand to personally extend his thanks to Deputy Town Manager Wayne Herron, his team, and the town for the ease of process calling it “customer friendly.” Concerns were voiced by Commissioners Naas and Gilroy about traffic impacting the location, which is near the intersection of Statesville and Washam Potts Roads. When left hand turn backups were mentioned, Gilroy suggested the road would allow vehicles to drive around. Naas, while soliciting feedback from Police Chief Black, pointed out that passing on the right was illegal, eliciting laughs.





Board appointments and electric funds write-off approved

Approvals were granted unanimously to two Architectural Review Board appointments. In addition, the board approved the write off of $20,385.22 in uncollected electric funds from fiscal year 2016. While collection efforts will continue, this write-off will allow the town to state this amount is unlikely to be collected.



Round-Abouts right of way approved

One approval was not unanimous: The donation of right of way to the Department of Transportation for the construction of the US 21/Catawba dual roundabout project. It was Commissioner Naas who pointed out previous complaints from residents in the Smithville Park area about the construction projects footprint in the community. While noted, this was passed 4-1.



Officer of the Year

Corporal Jeremy Sapp was awarded Officer of the Year.



















A new communications manager




Dani Flynn was introduced as the Town’s new Communications Manager.







Brenton C Davis


Brenton C. Davis: Raised in the area, I have recently returned after time spent in Chicago, New York, and Washington D.C., I hope to bring a level of attention to local matters that are important to our citizens and neighbors.