Posted on 24 September 2013.
Patricia Fornaro (left) of Huntersville unloads documents to be shredded with the help of Drew Huffman of Mooresville and Officer Parker (right) of the Cornelius Police Department (Lincoln Davidson/CorneliusNews.net)
By LINCOLN DAVIDSON
A steady flow of area residents kept paper shredders working non-stop at the Cornelius Police Department’s bi-annual shredding event Saturday. The police department partnered with Cintas Corp. to provide the service free of charge to area residents.
“It’s an opportunity to safely destroy documents free of charge,” Cornelius Police Sgt. George Brinzey said. “Feeding one page at a time into their shredder at home, a lot of people get discouraged and just throw it away. Once it’s in the trashbag on your curb, it’s public property.”
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Posted in Cornelius neighborhoods, Downtown and old Cornelius, Public safety, Town Hall
Posted on 20 September 2013.
Workers are closed to the end of refilling the excavated Old Canal Street in Antiquity Cornelius. Here was the scene Friday. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)
By DAVID BORAKS
Five months after a section of Old Canal Street collapsed in the Antiquity Cornelius neighborhood, contractors are nearly finished with the massive task of rebuilding the road. Antiquity’s developer said Friday the road could open within a couple of weeks, depending on the weather.
This summer’s abnormally heavy rainfall has been the “culprit” all along, Cam Finley of developer Venture Properties said, in both creating sinkhole and slowing progress on the road repair. Read the full story
Posted in Antiquity, Cornelius, Photos, Traffic alerts
Posted on 19 September 2013.
Posted in Cornelius, Fire calls, Huntersville, Lake Norman