The Planning Board Meeting has been moved from Monday, May 23, 2016 to Tuesday, May 31, 2016

CRTPO begins public involvement effort for the Comprehensive Transportation Plan

For Immediate Release

May 16, 2016

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (May 16, 2016) – The Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) announced Monday the start of outreach efforts to obtain the public’s input on its Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP), anticipating the adoption of four maps later this year. The four transportation modes include highways, bicycle, pedestrian, public transportation and rail. The CTP is a multi-modal, long range evaluation of existing and future transportation needs that will serve as the foundation for many of the CRTPO’s future efforts. 

The CRTPO website will provide the main platform for obtaining information about the CTP.  Interactive maps allow viewers to learn more about the current and future transportation conditions. Users can also provide comments to help shape the plan. More information is available online, http://crtpo.org/comprehensive-transportation-plan.

Public involvement activities will include open house events, community outreach meetings, focus groups, and input through the website.  Additional information will be provided as those events are scheduled.To learn more about CRTPO, visit www.crtpo.org.

Contact: Robert Cook

704-336-8643

rwcook@charlottenc.gov

Please see the attached media release regarding the start of CRTPO’s public involvement period on Regional Impact projects that are proposed for local input points under NCDOT Prioritization 4.0.

Additional information on CRTPO’s involvement with NCDOT Prioritization 4.0 can be found here:

http://crtpo.org/resources/ncdot-prioritization

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Public Notice of Lease Agreement

TOWN OF WEDDINGTON PUBLIC NOTICE

 

On Monday, July 13, 2015, the Town of Weddington’s Town Council approved the execution of a lease agreement for the fire station property owned by the Town at 5025 Hemby Road in the Town of Weddington.  Under that lease agreement, the Wesley Chapel Volunteer Fire Department will lease the fire station property for a one-year term tentatively set to begin on July 29, 2015, and the lease will automatically renew for successive one-year terms until and unless terminated per the lease agreement’s provisions.  The lease agreement also provides an option for the Wesley Chapel Volunteer Fire Department to purchase the fire station property.  A copy of the approved lease agreement is available for inspection at Town Hall during normal business hours.

 

Peggy Piontek, Town Administrator/Clerk

Posted  July 15, 2015