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Road and sewer improvements top priority list; Town Hall expansion delayed for now.
Troutman decked out in its holiday finest on Saturday for its annual Christmas parade.
Parade, Breakfast with Santa and Craft Fair kick off holiday season.
Troutman Council will have final say on plan to rezone nearly 116 acres off Murdock Road to Heavy Industrial.
Incumbent Sally Williams and challenger Curt Rogers each received 121 votes in the Nov. 7 election.
Parade, craft fair, Jingle Run and tree lighting ceremony scheduled for early December.
Vote on LGI Homes rezoning request delayed until December.
Williams, Rogers are tied in race for third seat; drawing could be used to select winner.
Regular meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday at Town Hall.
Four candidates are vying for three seats on Town Council.
About 1,500 children are expected to participate in annual event.
New store hit milestone in September, just 10 months after opening.
The forum, which will be held at Town Hall, will begin at 7 p.m. and last approximately 90 minutes. It will be broadcast on Facebook Live.
Seven-week program is for people of all abilities.
Council members also approved a variety of requests and recognized a hometown celebrity and CATS students for their contributions to the community.
Troutman PTO seeking donations of sweet treats and baskets for event.
Fun events on tap for this fall.
The town will ask for a $1,575,176 loan from the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality for wastewater system improvement projects.
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