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Posted on: February 15, 2019

Holly Springs' Oldest Home Awaits New Owner

Norris Holland Hare House

Having saved it from demolition, the Town is preparing to turn the vacant Norris Holland Hare house, Holly Springs’ oldest structure, back into a home.

For sale signs are going up at the two-story, two-century-old house within the Mills at Avent ...

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Posted on: February 19, 2019

Annual Change in Drinking Water Treatment Methods

Your drinking water might smell and taste more like chlorine in March because of an annual change in treatment methods. However, it will still be safe to drink.

The state requires this month-long switchover each year for a balancing of treatment methods. O...

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Posted on: February 15, 2019

Holly Springs Noted as Top-Ranked Town in the Triangle Area and Third Statewide in Safety

Holly Springs was the top-ranked town in the Triangle area and third statewide in The Home Security Advisor’s 2019 Guide to North Carolina’s 50 Safest Cities. The ranking applies to cities and towns with at least 10,000 population.

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Posted on: February 15, 2019

Results from Parks and Recreation Bond Survey, Downtown Parking Discussed

Highlights from the Holly Springs Town Council’s Feb. 12 workshop included discussion of results from the recent survey that helped gauge the community’s sentiments on if and how remaining 2011 parks and recreation bonds should be inve...

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Posted on: February 6, 2019

Council Takes Action to Preserve Historic House

At the Feb. 5 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council authorized staff to begin advertising the historic Norris-Holland-Hare House for sale subject to historic preservation deed restrictions. The minimum bid amount is set at $60,000.

The Town is looking fo...

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Posted on: January 29, 2019

Council Appoints Board of Adjustment and Planning Board Members

The Holly Springs Town Council appointed members to the Board of Adjustment and Planning Board at its Jan. 15 meeting, among other business.

Jay Marinko and Timothy Forest were appointed to the Board of Adjustment as in-town members, and Morgan Wiley was a...

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Posted on: December 18, 2018

Signal To Be Installed at Village Walk Drive and Main Street

Traffic signals and signalized crosswalks soon will be installed at the intersection of Main Street and Village Walk Drive, improving motorist and pedestrian safety near the entrances to the Walmart and South Park shopping centers. 

The signalized...

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Posted on: February 15, 2019

Results from Parks and Recreation Bond Survey, Downtown Parking Discussed

Highlights from the Holly Springs Town Council’s Feb. 12 workshop included discussion of results from the recent survey that helped gauge the community’s sentiments on if and how remaining 2011 parks and recreation bonds should be inve...

Read on...

Mayor & Town Council
Posted on: February 6, 2019

Council Takes Action to Preserve Historic House

At the Feb. 5 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council authorized staff to begin advertising the historic Norris-Holland-Hare House for sale subject to historic preservation deed restrictions. The minimum bid amount is set at $60,000.

The Town is looking fo...

Read on...

Mayor & Town Council
Posted on: January 29, 2019

Council Appoints Board of Adjustment and Planning Board Members

The Holly Springs Town Council appointed members to the Board of Adjustment and Planning Board at its Jan. 15 meeting, among other business.

Jay Marinko and Timothy Forest were appointed to the Board of Adjustment as in-town members, and Morgan Wiley was a...

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Mayor & Town Council
Posted on: January 9, 2019

Council Appoints Committee Members for Future Land Use and Community Character Plan Update

At its Jan. 8 workshop, the Holly Springs Town Council selected citizen advisory committee members for Re:Vision Holly Springs, the update to the town's Future Land Use and Community Character Plan.

Committee members will provide feedback and encourage oth...

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Mayor & Town Council