Town Board Meeting Recap
The Town Board meets on the first Monday and the Tuesday following the 3rd Monday of each month.
The meeting agenda is available the Friday before the scheduled meeting. Meeting minutes are posted after the Town Board reviews and approves them which is generally at the next meeting. Find agendas and minutes.
Here’s a recap of what happened at the Town Board meeting on Tuesday, November 21, 2017. Approved minutes should be available after Dec. 4:
The Town Board approved a rezoning request for 25.426 acres located at 6130 S NC Hwy 55 that will move the existing zone boundary to follow the natural topography of the site.
The Town Board approved a provision in the Town Code of Ordinance that allows for a second recycling cart (if requested) with a fee of $25 per cart. Adoption is in response to several requests by citizens to support increased recycling efforts.
As approved by the Town Board, citizens should take note of the following street closures on Thursday, November 30th in conjunction with the Town Tree Lighting:
- E. Vance St. from S. Main Street to Fuquay Ave. (1pm-2am)
- S. Main Street from W. Spring Street to Academy Street (4pm-10:30pm)
- W. Vance Street from S. Main St. to Spring Ave. (4pm-10:30pm)
- First Street from S. Main St. to Spring Ave. (4pm-9:30pm)
- Depot Street from S. Main St. to Spring Ave. (4pm-9:30pm)
- No parking on Spring Ave from Academy Street to W. Vance (4pm-9:30pm)
- The Town Board was advised by Assistant Town Manager Mark Matthews of First Readings for Zoning Map Amendments for the following properties:
- 8405 Fayetteville Road
- 511 S. Main Street
- 10005 Fayetteville Road
- On election day, citizens re-elected John W. Byrne to serve a 10th term as Mayor of Fuquay-Varina, a position that is elected on an at-large basis for a two-year term. Incumbents Jason Wunsch and Blake Massengill both won re-election to a second term on the Town Board of Commissioners. All elected officials will be officially sworn-in at the Town Board meeting on Monday, December 4 at 7 pm. The public is invited to attend.