|News and Announcements||Sidewalk Informational Session|
INFORMATIONAL SESSION REGARDING THE CONTINUING
The public is invited to an informational session regarding continuing sidewalk projects along Willow, Roy, N. Broad Street E. and W. Lillington Streets in Angier
Tuesday, September 30 at 7 p.m. inside the Angier Municipal Building at 28 N. Raleigh St.
|Public Hearing in October|
PUBLIC HEARING IN OCTOBER WITH THE ANGIER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
A Public Hearing will be hosted October 7 at 7 p.m. (also inside the Municipal Building) regarding two minimum housing cases -- 162 W. Williams and 254 N. Broad Streets.
|Employment Opportunity with the Angier Public Library|
**PLEASE NOTE: A new part-time employment opportunity has been posted on the Employment tab of this website.**
|Trash Pickup Schedule|
*NEW TRASH PICKUP SCHEDULE*
Waste Industries is currently picking up ALL TRASH ON FRIDAYS for the Town of Angier. If Friday pickup falls on a holiday or during a holiday week, expect Waste Industries to pick up the following day -- the Saturday following the holiday.
If your trash pickup day was originally Wednesday or Thursday, it will no longer be on those days and will now be moved to Friday. Recycling will continue to be every other week but also just on Fridays. The first effective day of this schedule was April 18, 2014. If you have any questions, please call the Town Hall at 919-639-2071.
|The Town's Comprehensive Pedestrian Master Plan and Text Amendment Pass|
The Town's Comprehensive Pedestrian Master Plan passes unanimously during the July 1, 2014, Board of Commissioners' meeting. A total of 280 surveys -- submitted from town residents -- were taken into consideration during the two-year planning process. In addition, the Town Code's Chapter 14, Nuisance and Miscellaneous Provisions – Section 14-11 Nuisances Declared, was amended slightly to clarify drainage ditches and wastes. The first sentence of the 14-11 (19) amendment now reads:“Any tents, structures, or housing not permitted by the landowner are unlawful and shall not be allowed within the Town of Angier.”
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