I received a Public Hearing Notice letter, what does this mean?
State statutes and local regulations require that adjoining property holders be given notice whenever certain development projects require permits. You are being given legal notice in accordance with applicable regulations. The notice will indicate the location and general scope of the proposed development and the time of the Public Hearing where the general public may comment on the proposal. You may also review the proposed development plans online by typing the case number (example: R19-01) in the search feature in the upper right hand corner of each web page or visiting us at the Planning Board office.
The Planning Board generally meets every fourth Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. at Town Hall 101 Huntersville-Concord Road. Planning Board meeting schedules and agendas are posted on our website. All Planning Board meetings are open to the public and the public is welcomed and encouraged to attend these meetings. These meetings are your opportunity to voice your opinion on the projects proposed. You may also submit letters to the Board in the event you cannot attend a given meeting.
I saw a public hearing sign on a property, what does that mean?
If you noted the case number on the sign you may review the proposed development plans online by typing the case number (example: R19-01) in the search feature in the upper right hand corner of each web page or visiting us at the Planning Board office.
If you do not have the case number, visit the Planning Project Map page to identify the property where you saw the sign, click on the icon to be linked directly to the project page which lists all available information.