WAXHAW, NC – On Tuesday, Feb. 28, the Waxhaw Board of Commissioners conducted a regularly scheduled business meeting that included the following recognitions, presentations and reports:
- Police Chief Gregg Collins introduced and spotlighted Officer George Whalley. He also recognized Officer Whalley for his promotion to the rank of Sergeant. Sergeant Whalley was honored with a Pinning Ceremony performed by Mrs. Whalley.
- Ashley Nowell, Downtown Director, announced that the Waxhaw Main Street Program received its State and National Accreditation and will be recognized at the 2023 Main Street Now Conference in Boston, MA in March.
- Matt Hubert, Assistant Town Manager/Engineer Director, recognized Orion Holtey for his promotion to Assistant Town Engineer.
- Dan Pruss, Chief Building Inspector, recognized John Deere for achieving his Level III Building Inspections Certification.
- The Union County Girls on the Run presented a check in the amount of $20,271.00 to the Town of Waxhaw for their tremendous support and for allowing them to hold the 13th Annual Gingersnap 5K Race on November 19, 2022.
- Public Hearings:
- For the Renaissance Mill Rezoning Petition RZ-014628-2023.
- For Voluntary Annexation Petition 18-230 Watts and Thornridge Investment Group, LLC.
- For the Watts and Thornridge Initial Zoning Petition RZ-014640-2023.
- For Prescot Village Rezoning Petition RZ-014639-2023.
- Leadership Reports:
- TAP Grant Project Update.
- Police Department Project Updates.
- Planning & Inspections Project Updates.
The full meeting video can be viewed on the TownofWaxhawNC YouTube channel.