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City Council to vote on amendment to Unified Development Ordinance


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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 will be conducted prior to a vote on a proposed amendment to the city’s Unified Development Ordinance that would change the 300-foot separation requirement for social clubs or lounges to a 50-foot distance, to be measured from building to building instead of property line to property line.
    • Vivian B. Nichols, of the city’s Utility Billing Department, will be honored before her upcoming retirement.
    • Council members will consider authorizing the advertisement of an offer to purchase city-owned property, located at 1201 E. Catawba St.
    • Council members will consider a contract with the Downtown Development Association for the 2013 “Alive After Five” concert series and another for this year’s “Hog Happenin’” event.
    • Council members will consider a limited-access agreement with Bosch to conduct testing on city-owned property.
    • Council members will consider a potential grant for restrooms at City Park.
    • Council members will receive an update on Phase III of the Marcia H. Cloninger Rail-Trail Project.
    • Council members will determine a date for a budget work session.
    • Council members will receive the monthly financial and overtime report from City Manager Jeff Emory.

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