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Posted on: July 12, 2018

Managers Present States of Town and County

Interim Town Manager Daniel Weeks and County Manager David Ellis gave presentations on local government projects and issues July 11 at Holly Springs Cultural Center. 

The event was sponsored by  the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce.

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Posted on: June 25, 2018

Parrish Womble Remembered for Service to Holly Springs

Parrish Womble

Parrish “Ham” Womble, who served nearly three decades as a Holly Springs town board member and for a year as mayor, died June 24. He was 79.

Holly Springs was a community of a few hundred residents when Womble joined the town Board of Commissioners in 1981...

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Posted on: June 8, 2018

Planning Association Recognizes Main Street Development

A long-held vision is becoming reality for downtown Holly Springs, and planning professionals from other parts of N.C. see the potential for transformation here.

Main Street has been recognized officially as a Great Main Street in the Making&n...

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Posted on: June 21, 2018

Council Approves Fiscal Year Budget

The Holly Springs Town Council adopted the fiscal year 2018-2019 town budget at its June 19 meeting. Also at the meeting, downtown development, assistance for people faced with housing problems, and the transportation bond referendum moved forward, among ...

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Posted on: June 7, 2018

Council Approves Additional Temporary Parking Downtown

The Holly Springs Town Council approved entering into a lease agreement for temporary use of a vacant lot downtown for additional public parking at its June 5 meeting, among other business.The lot, located at the corner of Grigsby Avenue and Raleigh Stree...

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Posted on: May 30, 2018

Downtown Project Prompting Extended Road Closures

Downtown portions of Avent Ferry Road and West Ballentine Street close Monday, June 4 for utilities construction related to the public-private development project under way next to Town Hall.

The roadway segments affected are:

  • Ballentine Street bet...
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Posted on: March 14, 2018

Town Council Considers Transportation Bond Referendum

The Town Council has heard residents’ concerns about traffic congestion and wants to give them a voice in determining how the town responds with solutions.

Most major roads through Holly Springs are the state Department of Transportation's respon...

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