The Erwin Board of Mayor and Aldermen is mulling over the numbers and expects to make a decision next week on options for debt restructuring and a new capital outlay to cover nearly $750,000 in expenditures including police cars and fire trucks.
The town of Erwin is one step closer to the pad-ready development of a 150,000-square-foot manufacturing building at the former Morgan industrial site.
ERWIN - With more pressing needs than projected revenues in its 2018-2019 budget, the town of Erwin appears to be headed toward a new round financing.
New onsite alcohol consumption regulations designed to pave the way for craft brewers in Erwin are officially on the books.
With new industry and retail developments in the wings, the Erwin Planning Commission sat down Wednesday for preliminary brainstorming on session on design guidelines to govern how the town will look as the anticipated growth comes to fruition.
The Erwin Board of Mayor and Alderman on Monday authorized a $350,000 capital outlay note for the purchase of up to four police cars, two public works trucks and public works and fire department equipment.
Craft brewery appears to be on its way to downtown Erwin.
More than a year’s worth of work to create a public ambulance service operated by the town of Erwin came to a sudden halt at Monday night’s meeting of the Erwin Board of Mayor and Alderman.
An Erwin Beverage Board discussion of a proposed amendment of the town’s municipal code to establish standards and regulations for craft beer enterprises has been postponed until March.
The Erwin Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Monday authorized a request from Erwin Utilities for authorization of a $750,000 financing agreement for a water facilities project that will include the replacement of the town’s aging water tanks.
The Erwin Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Monday approved a $391,532 bid for the demolition of the landmark silos and development-ready preparation of the former Morgan Insulation property downtown.
ERWIN - Extending the Erwin Linear Trial to Fisher Park via a tunnel beneath the Harris Hollow Road is going to cost the town of Erwin an additional $30,000.
The Erwin Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the town’s 2017-18 budget and five-cent property tax on second final reading Monday following a public hearing in which no citizens spoke.
The Erwin Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Monday gave first reading approval to the town’s 2017-18 budget with a five-cent increase in property taxes.
Along with a slew of capital investment projects, four new police cars and a 3 percent employee pay raise, the Erwin Board of Mayor and Aldermen’s recent work on town’s 2017-18 budget has also included talk of a possible property tax increase.