At the Holly Springs Town Council's Feb. 16 meeting, the council approved entering into a municipal agreement with the North Carolina Department of Transportation for $300,000 in additional funding for the Avent Ferry Road/N.C. 55 intersection improvement project. The town had requested additional funds from the state when construction bids for the project came in over the estimated project budget.
Also at the meeting, the council approved a special exception use for the David Bryan Law Office, allowing the enclosure of the drive-through area of the old Fidelity Bank building on Main Street.
As part of its consent agenda, the council declared several vehicles as surplus property, approved additions to the Town’s Fats, Oils and Grease program allowing for enforcing rules for grease interceptors and oil separators, set a special meeting for Friday, Feb. 19 and Saturday, Feb. 20 for the council’s annual planning retreat, and more.