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Public swimming at Ramsey Creek may not start in ’14

Here’s an update on a story we brought you a couple of weeks ago, about plans for a public swimming beach on Lake Norman, at Ramsey Creek Park in Cornelius. It now appears that the new beach may not be open in Summer 2014, as originally reported. Read the full story

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Posted in Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Lake Norman, Mecklenburg County, Planning & Development, Public safetyComments Off

After storm, more erosion on Old Canal St., Gilead Rd. closed

Curious residents stopped on Old Canal Street in Antiquity Cornelius Saturday to check out how the storm affected repairs on a sinkhole that formed in April. The site has been excavated and is awaiting reconstruction. See more photos below from Friday's storm (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

Curious residents stopped on Old Canal Street in Antiquity Cornelius Saturday to check out how the storm affected repairs on a sinkhole that formed in April. The site has been excavated and is awaiting reconstruction. See more photos below from Friday’s storm (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

By DAVID BORAKS
CorneliusNews.net

Public works crews and utility workers across the region are still cleaning up after Friday night’s big storm, which brought high winds and some of the heaviest rain in recent memory. Up to seven inches of rain fell in a couple of hours, flooding streams and even shutting roads, including a section of Gilead Road in Huntersville. The rain further eroded the massive hole on Old Canal Street in the Antiquity neighborhood, where a sinkhole formed in April.

Meanwhile, there’s more rain ahead in the forecast, straight through to Independence Day. Read the full story

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Posted in Antiquity, Cornelius, Davidson, Downtown and old Cornelius, Environment, Huntersville, Photo of the Day, Planning & DevelopmentComments Off

With Rinker stepping down, Travis says he’ll file for mayor

Chuck Travis

Chuck Travis

By DAVID BORAKS
CorneliusNews.net

With Mayor Lynette Rinker’s announcement that she won’t seek re-election this fall, Commissioner and Mayor Pro-Tem Chuck Travis said Wednesday he wants the job. Travis told CorneliusNews.net he wants “bring to fruition” initiatives that residents have been asking for through the town’s Comprehensive Master Plan – in part through a planned bond referendum this November. Read the full story

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Synthetic turf planned on Bailey Rd. Park soccer fields

Bailey Road Park's soccer fields are closed to let the grass grow. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

Bailey Road Park’s soccer fields are closed to let the grass grow. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

Updated Monday, 5:22pm
By DAVID BORAKS
CorneliusNews.net

As participation in youth and adult soccer grows in the Lake Norman region, one of the most pressing issues is fields, both the lack of space and poor conditions. To address the problem, the Town of Cornelius plans to spend $1.16 million in the coming year to install synthetic turf fields at Bailey Road Park. Read the full story

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Coming in 2014: Public swimming on Lake Norman

This sign could be gone from Ramsey Creek Park by next year. The county budget approved Tuesday includes $430,000 to build a new beach there. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

This sign could be gone from Ramsey Creek Park by next year. The county budget approved Tuesday includes $430,000 to build a new beach there. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

District 1 County Commissioner Karen Bentley spoke at the Lake Norman Chamber Friday morning. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

District 1 County Commissioner Karen Bentley spoke at the Lake Norman Chamber Friday morning. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

By DAVID BORAKS
CorneliusNews.net

A new public swimming area at on the lake buttonRamsey Creek Park on Lake Norman could open as early as a year from now, in Summer 2014, Mecklenburg County Commissioner Karen Bentley said Friday. The county budget approved Tuesday includes $430,000 to design and build a swimming beach at the park off Nantz Road, in Cornelius. Read the full story

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Town joins Huntersville schools group; boards have openings

special-buttons31aThe Town of Cornelius has agreed to join neighboring Huntersville in a school improvement effort known as the Community of Huntersville Education Collaborative, or CHEC, and volunteers sought for the board. Meanwhile, the town is seeking applicants for vacancies on the Historic Preservation Commission and Planning Board. And the Board of Commissioners has rescheduled its July 1 meeting to July 8, because of the Independence Day holiday. Read the full story

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Regional plan session envisions a bigger Charlotte

living with growthCHARLOTTE – How will the Charlotte region absorb another 1.7 million people and 800,000 jobs over the next 35 years? About 400 elected officials and community, environmental, housing and business leaders from the 14-counties around Charlotte talked about that question during a “RealityCheck2050″ summit last Tuesday, June 4. Read more in REAL ESTATE & HOME»

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Board considers $20M bond referendum, delays vote on budget

An architect's rendering shows a potential town arts center in the Antiquity neighborhood. The town would contribute about $3.5 million to a potential public-private partnership to build the facility.

An architect’s rendering shows a potential town arts center in the Antiquity neighborhood. The town would contribute about $3.5 million to a potential public-private partnership to build the facility.

special-buttons31aThe Cornelius Town Board spent much of its meetings Monday night talking about bonds. Specifically, the board is considering seeking voter approval as early as November to issue up to $20.4 million in bonds to pay for street repairs and sidewalks, parks and recreation and greenways and a proposed community arts center on the east side of town.

With board member Dave Gilroy absent, the board put off until at least June 17 a vote on the proposed 2013-14 budget. The budget as proposed would keep the property tax rate at 24 cents per $100 of assessed value, end leaf pickups with the town’s vacuum truck (bagged leaves still will be collected) and and pay for sidewalks, the Diverging Diamond interchange design enhancements at Exit 28, and other projects.

Commissioners also approved a new town fee schedule, which among other things enshrines in town law the fees to be collected under the new false alarm ordinance.

The board also held a closed session after the regular meeting to discuss two items, a legal matter and a contract.

TOWN OF CORNELIUS
POSSIBLE BOND PROJECTS

Project summary         Group name       Amount
Street Improvements     Public Works     $3,500,000
Spray Park 	        Redevelopment       500,000
Sidewalks 		Public Works 	  1,000,000
Greenway 		PARC		  1,500,000
Art Center 		Redevelopment 	  3,500,000
---------------------------------------------------
Subtotal of 2015 Issue                  $10,000,000

Street Improvements 	Public Works     $4,000,000
Sidewalks               Public Works        650,000
Neighborhood parks 
development
renovation/ expansion   PARC              2,000,000
Robbins Park 		PARC		  2,000,000
Greenway 		PARC 	          1,750,000
---------------------------------------------------
Subtotal of 2019 Issue  		$10,400,000
---------------------------------------------------
Total Bond Package 		         $20,400,000

SOURCE: Town of Cornelius

BOND QUESTIONS

The board spent its 6pm “pre-meeting” and about 45 minutes of its regular meeting Monday discussing potential bonds and strategy for winning passage. The town staff’s $20.4 million proposal is based on the town’s current revenues and borrowing power. Town officials said the referendum could require a tax increase of 1 or 2 cents, but would take advantage of historically low bond interest rates to take on projects that might otherwise have to wait years.

Map shows the locations of potential projects that would be the subject of a bond referendum.

Map shows the locations of potential sidewalk and greenway projects that would be the subject of a bond referendum. Click for more about the bond referendum proposal.

The bond referendum is still just an idea, and there did not appear to be a consensus among board members Monday on the plan. The board will need to decide soon – possibly by month’s end – if it wants to put bonds on the November ballot. If voters OK the bonds, they likely would be issued in at least two waves, in 2015 and 2019,

Commissioner Chuck Travis argued that the proposal seemed too heavily weighted toward parks and recreation. Noting that the town already has good park facilities, he suggested shifting some of the money toward public works and roads.

By meeting’s end, the board and staff had come around to the idea of three separate bond questions, which would fund the following general areas and amounts:

  • Public works, including streets and sidewalks – $11,150,000
  • Parks & recreation and greenways – $5,255,000
  • A community and arts center, and “spray” or “splash” park- $4,000,000

The board asked its own and and outside lawyer a variety of questions about the possible referendum, including how general or specific the questions needed to be. The town still will need a strategy for pitching the bonds to voters.

During the public comment section of the regular board meeting, resident Robert Jakaitis told the board he wasn’t sure of the rationale for issuing bonds. He admitted to not attending any previous discussions about the bonds, but asked, “What I’m missing is why. Why are you doing this?”

Commissioner Jeff Hare took up the challenge. “Interest rates today are 2 1/2 to 3 percent. It’s basically free money, so we can basically accelerate projects today that we’d otherwise have to wait 10 to 20 years,” he said.

Meanwhile, Hare added, “A lot of it is really a reinvestment back into the town, to make sure we maintain our quality of life and to improve our quality of life.”

About half of the money raised through the bonds would pay to bring sidewalks to most parts of town that don’t yet have them, and fund needed road improvements and intersections. But the bonds also would pay for amenities, such as a recreation and community center to be built somewhere east of I-77. A drawing presented at the meeting showed the arts center in the Antiquity Cornelius neighborhood, east of NC 115.

“Our intent is to revitalize our east side of town,” Mayor Lynette Rinker said.

RELATED COVERAGE

See lists of potential projects to be completed with bonds, including street and sidewalks and a new arts center, on the Town website.

See the full agenda on the town website.

May 21, 2013, “Budget vote delayed, pending revaluation news; town eyes $20M bond referendum”

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