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 Mon., March 5. Approved minutes should be available after March 20:

Presentations

  • The Town Board recognized a team of 4th & 5th grade students from Ballentine Elementary School for winning 1st Place in the First Lego League State Competition. The team researched how to re-use greywater in homes and designed a solution called the "Greywater Express" which would collect greywater in the home, store the water, then reuse it to flush toilets and for outdoor irrigation.
  • The Town Board recognized the Public Utilities Department for their hard work during this winter season. The department has worked many hours to repair 12 water leaks in past few weeks due to extreme temperature variations typical of winters in the south. We appreciate your dedication and hard work!  
  • The Town Board recognized Master Officer Earl Williams for receiving the Advanced Law Enforcement Certification from the North Carolina Department of Justice's Criminal Justice Standards Division. This certificate is the highest level of professional certification issued by the North Carolina Department of Justice to police officers who have completed the required years of service, professional training and continuing education. Officer Williams has been in our traffic unit since 2016 and in law enforcement for 6 years.

Public Hearings

The Town Board took the following actions:

  • Approved a Zoning Map Amendment for 416 Cherry Street
  • Approved a Town Code Amendment to Land Development Ordinance to clean-up language
  • Approved an amendment to the 2035 Community Vision Land Use Plan 

Administrative Reports/Other Business

The Town Board took the following actions:

  • Approved a Preliminary Subdivision Plat for:
    • Trilogy Farm
    • Ryan Place 2
    • Stonecreek
  • Waived development and building fees for Operation Coming Home.  This is the 9th home built in Fuquay-Varina by this service organization that provides home for wounded warriors is being build in Fuquay-Varina.  A total of 18 homes have been built.

Other Business

The Town Manager reminded those attending that the State of the Town will be presented on Tuesday, March 20 at 6:30 pm at Town Hall.



Meeting-Recap