The Town Attorney’s Office cannot provide legal representation or give legal advice to citizens, groups, or businesses on any matter.
The Legal Department strives to provide high quality, efficient legal services to the Town’s elected officials, boards, and Town staff for the benefit of the citizens of Huntersville.
Electronic Mail and Public Records
The Town of Huntersville maintains electronic mail lists for individual subscribers to receive updates, newsletters, and other information from the Town. Pursuant to the North Carolina Public Records Laws (see NCGS §132-1, et. seq.), the Town is not required to provide a copy of the list, but the list shall be available for public inspection in either printed or electronic format, or both. The Town may use the list only for the purpose for which it was subscribed to, and to notify subscribers of a public health or safety emergency. In the event the list is deleted, the Town will notify subscribers of the existence of a similar list, if any.
Third Party Links
There are links contained throughout this website that will let you leave the Town of Huntersville website. The linked sites are not under the control of the Town, and the Town is not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site. The Town of Huntersville is providing links as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement by the Town of Huntersville.