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City Council set to meet on Thursday

Staff Writer

The Lincolnton City Council will conduct its regular monthly meeting 7 p.m. Thursday at City Hall.
On the agenda for the meeting are:

  • A public hearing on a proposed amendment to the city’s Unified Development Ordinance that would allow motorcycle sales as a permitted use in the central-business district will be conducted.
  • A request for authorization to engage engineering services for proposed intersection improvements at East Main Street and Generals Boulevard will be weighed.
  • Council members will consider a $10,000 fireworks contract with East Coast Pyrotechnics for the city’s annual Fourth of July celebration.
  • Council members will consider a resolution of intent for commitment of matching-grant funds for recycling containers. The match for the city, which began collecting recyclables this month as opposed to contracting the work out due to expected cost savings, will be $75,000.
  • A request from the Downtown Development Association to hold Wine Fest on March 16 in downtown Lincolnton will be heard by the council.
  • Council members will consider a request for official action to set the 2013 municipal election filing fees.
  • Council members will receive an update from the Water Committee and on Phase III of the Marcia H. Cloninger Rail-Trail Project.
  • Council members will receive the monthly financial and overtime report from City Manager Jeff Emory.

The meeting is open to the public.

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