At its April 18 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council approved the development plan for Duke Health Medical Office at the N.C. 55 intersection with New Hill Road. Services planned for the 72,291 square foot building include urgent care, MRI, pediatrics, trauma medicine and more.
Resident Sandra Joyce was recognized for her gift of a stained glass window at the Holly Springs police station. The window, inspired by the "thin blue line" theme of law enforcement, graces the front entrance of the Holly Springs Law Enforcement Center. Local resident Joe Wade Formicola also was recognized for being inducted into the Country Radio Hall of Fame.
Also at the meeting, the council approved:
- a development plan and allowed for Meineke Car Care to be built off North Main Street, between to Advance Auto Parts and O'Reilly Auto Parts
- purchase of a new fire engine to replace Engine 3. The purchase was planned in this year's budget. The town will pay $415,000 for the truck with Wake County paying the remaining $80,000.
- an infrastructure reimbursement agreement with TTI Partners. The town is reimbursing water and sewer capacity fees in return for the developer constructing about 1,271 feet of off-site reclaimed water line.