Posted on: January 23, 2017

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We are seeking vendors to join the "#1 favorite farmers market in North Carolina!"

We are a North Carolina producer/grower market committed to providing locally grown and artisanal fresh food; we connect farmers with consumers. The market showcases the fre...

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Posted on: March 22, 2017

Mayor, Town Manager Encourage Civility

At the Holly Springs Town Council’s March 21 meeting, Mayor Dick Sears and Town Manager Charles Simmons addressed the reactions of some residents to a vote taken at the council’s meeting earlier this month. The vote approved the rezoni...

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Posted on: March 16, 2017

Citizens' Budget Priorities Sought

Do you have thoughts on how town tax dollars should be spent during the upcoming budget year? If so, the April 4 Town Council meeting will be an ideal time to share them.

The council will set aside time for citizens’ budget priorities during its regular me...

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Posted on: March 14, 2017

Applications Accepted for Board of Adjustment

Applications are due March 28 from town residents interested in filling a vacancy on the Board of Adjustment, a quasi-judicial panel that considers requests for exceptions to zoning rules.

The Town Council is expected to fill the in-town, regular member se...

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Posted on: March 10, 2017

Revised Honeycutt Rezoning Passes Council

At its March 7 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council rezoned 231 acres along Honeycutt Road. The rezoning may lead to 610 single-family houses, carriage-style attached homes, and traditional townhomes. At least 35 percent of the site – about 8...

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Posted on: March 3, 2017

Bond Referendum Among Transportation Funding Options

With regional growth in the fast lane, town officials are looking ahead to a possible transportation bond referendum in fall 2018 while trying to accelerate state funding for town priorities.

The Town Council will not decide whether to hold a referendum un...

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Posted on: February 28, 2017

Water Discoloration Possible During System Testing

Testing of the town’s emergency water connection March 7-9 might cause discoloration as water flows through lines from the opposite direction.

Town engineers and Public Works crews will be watching for any changes in pressure.

The water will remain sa...

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Posted on: February 27, 2017

Water Treatment Method Changes During March

Your drinking water might smell and taste more like chlorine during March because of an annual change in treatment methods. However, it remains safe to drink.

For many years, the state has required this month-long switch-over for a balancing of treatment m...

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Posted on: February 22, 2017

Parking Lot at Bass Lake Park in Full Use Again

The entire retreat center parking lot at Bass Lake Park is open for the first time since Hurricane Matthew ruined part of the lot and caused other damage last October.

The parking lot has separate entry and exit points again, so visitors should enter and l...

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Posted on: February 14, 2017

Ting Buys Naming Rights to North Main Athletic Complex

North Main Athletic Complex will carry the name of internet provider Ting, Inc., in the near future.

Ting has agreed to buy the naming rights to the town-owned sports complex for $330,000 over three years. The three-year deal takes effect when the mai...

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Posted on: January 5, 2017

Wake County Program Assists with Heating Costs

Residents who are struggling to afford heating bills this winter may be eligible for one-time assistance.

Wake County has a program that makes a one-time payment to utility vendors to help low-income families in crisis. Assistance is available through Marc...

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Posted on: March 22, 2017

Mayor, Town Manager Encourage Civility

At the Holly Springs Town Council’s March 21 meeting, Mayor Dick Sears and Town Manager Charles Simmons addressed the reactions of some residents to a vote taken at the council’s meeting earlier this month. The vote approved the rezoning of 231 acres alon...

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Posted on: March 10, 2017

Revised Honeycutt Rezoning Passes Council

At its March 7 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council rezoned 231 acres along Honeycutt Road. The rezoning may lead to 610 single-family houses, carriage-style attached homes, and traditional townhomes. At least 35 percent of the site – about 8...

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Posted on: February 23, 2017

Council Focuses on Growth, Investments in Parks Facilities

Holly Springs Town Council meetings this month have focused on growth and investments in parks and recreation facilities.

At its meeting Feb. 21, the council postponed deciding on a residential rezoning request for property along Honeycutt Road. The counci...

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Posted on: January 19, 2017

New Councilman, Members of Planning Boards Appointed at Jan. 17 Meeting

At the Jan. 17 Holly Springs Town Council meeting, Peter Villadsen was administered the oath of office, and the council made appointments to the Planning Board and Board of Adjustment.

Councilman Villadsen replaces Linda Hunt Williams, who resigned in Dece...

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Posted on: January 4, 2017

Villadsen Invited to Fill Vacancy on Holly Springs Town Council

At its Jan. 3 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council invited Peter Villadsen to fill a vacancy on the council, effective Jan. 17. The seat will expire with the next election; Villadsen would serve until the person elected during the November 2017 municip...

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