Resolution of the Mocksville Town Board fixing date of public hearing on question of annexation pursuant to G.S. 160A-31

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WHEREAS, a petition requesting annexation of the area described herein has been received; and

WHEREAS, the Mocksville Town Board has by resolution directed the Town Clerk to investigate the sufficiency of the petition; and

WHEREAS, certification of the Town Clerk as to the sufficiency of the petition has been made;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Board of the Town of Mocksville, North Carolina, that:

Section 1.         A public hearing on the question of annexation of the area described herein will be held at the Mocksville Town Hall, 171 S. Clement Street, Mocksville, NC 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September, 4, 2018.

 

Section 2.         The area proposed for annexation is described as follows:

Legal Description

Tract 1 – PIN 5739147484 (Part) F.G.M.

Being a parcel of land situate in Mocksville Township, Davie County North Carolina being described by the following metes and bounds description:

BEGINNING at an existing t-bar and cap in the northern margin of Koontz Road, State Road 1404 marking the southeastern corner of Black Dog Associates, LLC as shown on a map recorded in Plat Book 08 Page 328 and as recorded and described in Deed Book 920 Page 516 in the office of the Register of Deeds of Davie County, North Carolina, said beginning point having NCGS NAO 83/2011 Grid Coordinates of North 793,436.0551 and East 1,531,288.6102; thence running along the eastern line of said Black Dog Associates, LLC North 01°43’17” East

409.39 feet to an existing ¾ inch rebar marking the southeastern corner of Betty G. Frost

Revocable Trust as recorded and described in Deed Book 664 Page 998 in said Davie County Registry; thence along the eastern line of said Frost Revocable Trust the following two (2) courses and distances: 1) North 00°26’57” East 808.45 feet to a rebar; thence 2) North  00°24’42” East 13.67 feet to a new iron pipe; thence along a new line the following two (2) courses and distances: 1) South 89°11’02” East 460.78 feet to a new iron pipe; thence 2) South 00°52’00” West 857.22 feet to a new iron pipe in said northern margin of Koontz Road, State Road 1404; thence along said northern margin the following four (4) courses and distances: 1) along a curve to the right having a radius of 3039.0 feet and an arc length of 64.44 feet, a chord bearing and distance of South 77°38’16” West 64.44 feet to a computed point; thence 2) South 77°15’29” West 107.54 feet to a computed point; thence 3) along a curve to the left having a radius of 370.0 feet and an arc length of 377.90 feet, a chord bearing and distance of South 47°59’54” West 361.69 feet to a computed point; thence 4) South 18°44’19” West 93.02 feet to the point and place of BEGINNING containing an area of 10.00 acres more or less.

Section 3.         Notice of the public hearing shall be published in the Davie County Enterprise, a newspaper having general circulation in the Town of Mocksville, at least ten (10) days prior to the date of the public hearing.

Adopted this 7th Day of August, 2018 by the Mocksville Town Board.

Free Games and Free Movie at Main Street Park in Mocksville this Thursday and Friday!

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The free family fun never ends at the Main Street Park in downtown Mocksville! This week enjoy games on Thursday afternoon and a movie on Friday night.

Free Games in the Park -Thursday, August 16th
Let the games begin! Enjoy board games, hopscotch, cornhole, giant Jenga, relay contests, and more at Main Street Park from 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Bring a friend or make a friend while playing a game of Clue, brainteasers, Pokemon, and MORE.

Bring a sack lunch or purchase one from a local restaurant. Cold refreshments will be provided.

This activity is sponsored by the Town of Mocksville & Davie County Rec & Parks.

Free Movie in the Park – Friday, August 17th
Bring your family and friends back to Main Street Park on Friday night for a free outdoor showing of Black Panther beginning at 8:45 p.m.

After the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the African nation of Wakanda to take his rightful place as king. When a powerful enemy suddenly reappears, T’Challa’s mettle as king — and as Black Panther — gets tested when he’s drawn into a conflict that puts the fate of Wakanda and the entire world at risk. Faced with treachery and danger, the young king must rally his allies and release the full power of Black Panther to defeat his foes and secure the safety of his people. 2 hrs. 14 minutes …PG.

Black Panther is the third of four movies the Davie County Library and the Town of Mocksville will be hosting at the park. The final free outdoor movie of the season will be Tangled (PG) on Friday, September 21st at 8:45 p.m.

Please bring your own chair or a blanket for seating.  Bring your own snacks or purchase from SCOOP’S Ice Cream, The Factory Coffee House, or our other local restaurants.

A PARENT OR GUARDIAN IS REQUIRED TO STAY WITH CHILD/CHILDREN.

For more information about either event, contact Tami Langdon at 336-753-6705 or tlangdon@mocksvillenc.gov.

Public Notice – Special Meeting 8/20

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A special meeting of the Mocksville Board of Commissioners will be held on Monday, August 20, 2018, at 6:00pm in the Board Room at Town Hall, located at 171 S. Clement Street, Mocksville, North Carolina, for the following purpose:

1. Under NC GS 143-318.11 (a)(6) the Board will go into closed session to consider the qualifications, competence, performance, character, fitness, conditions of appointment, or conditions of initial employment of an individual public officer or employee.

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LynnTrivette, Town Clerk, NCCMC

Free Concert on the Square in Mocksville – Saturday, August 11

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Rock it out with  60 Watt Combo this Saturday night, August 11th,  from 7 p.m-10 p.m in the quad near Restaurant 101 in downtown Mocksville.

60 Watt Combo
60 Watt Combo hails themselves as “three long-time friends – rocking-out on tunes we dig playing, whether they be rhythm & blues or straight Rock ‘n Roll.” Seasoned musicians, each has played with a number of groups and bands over the years. This small band with a big sounds consists of Ed Dodson and Steve Hodge on guitar and Bob Tarleton on drums.

Their musical repertoire includes classics like Roadhouse – The Doors; Don’t Bring Me Down – The Animals; You Wreck Me – Petty & the Heartbreakers; Let the Good Times Roll – Jimi Hendrix; I’ve Got a Woman – Ray Charles; Come on Everybody – Eddie Cochran, and many more!

Break Out Your Lawn Chairs This Saturday!
Bring your lawn chair and enjoy this free concert. Don’t forget to check out downtown Mocksville’s delicious restaurants and unique shops.

More Free Concerts for 2018
Their performance is part of the free Concerts on the Square series sponsored by the Town of Mocksville. These concerts are perfect for a delightful date night or a family-friendly fun night!

Brad Ratledge & The Happy Ones (soft rock & country) will perform the final concert of the season on August 25th.

For questions or to get more information, contact Tami Langdon at (336) 753-6705 or visit http://www.mocksvillenc.org.

Mill Fest Music Festival Coming to Mocksville for 2 Days – September 14th-15th, 2018!

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Don’t miss the Triad’s premier late summer music festival that will bring together a variety of awesome talent to downtown Mocksville! Mill Fest will be held September 14th-15th at Junker’s Mill Outdoor Theater located at 107 S. Salisbury Street.

“The Mill Fest Music Festival brings together bands that are local favorites along with rising stars on the music scene,” said Tami Langdon, community development coordinator. “Along with the variety of music, we’ll have food trucks and beverages for the whole family. This is a wonderful way to wind down the summer and enjoy all that historic Mocksville has to offer. The Mill Fest is a family-friendly event with something for everyone!”

“We’re offering sponsorship packages beginning at just $100 which includes your logo on all advertising as well as tickets to the Mill Fest. It’s a great way to show your support for Mocksville and the activities that make our town awesome and unique!” she added.

Food and beverages will be available for purchase – no coolers please. Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy the fun.

This two-day festival is hosted by Mocksville Tourism Development Authority and Davie County Tourism.

Who’s Coming?

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.
6:00 – 7:30 p.m. – Tin Can Alley kicks off Mill Fest with classic soul, R&B and rock from the 1960’s. You’ll be entertained with a cool mix of music from Marvin Gaye, James Brown, The Beatles, The Coasters, The Drifters as well as more contemporary artists like Steve Winwood, Delbert McClinton and Steely Dan.

8:00 – 10:00 p.m. – Big Daddy Mojo has an award-winning blues-rock sound like no other! Soulfulness and energy infuse everything they play. A frequent performer and a hometown favorite all over North Carolina, Big Daddy Mojo provides an electrifying show. You’ll stomp your feet and clap your hands to the sound of blues, R&B and rock!

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH, 1:00 – 10:30 p.m.
1:00 – 3:00 p.m. – Saturday at Mill Fest kicks off with always popular The Happy Ones with Brad Ratledge. Open up the musical blender and stuff it full of awesome songs by Train, Maroon 5, Tom Petty, Little Big Town, The Eagles and then push PLAY! Their modern rock and pop approach is toe-tapping happy fun!

3:30 – 5:30 p.m. – A local favorite, Exit 180 plays authentic rock, classic and Southern rock along with familiar country songs that you can sing and dance to. Exit 180 has a unique sound using acoustic and electric guitars, keyboards and soaring harmonies. They play a wide range of music appealing to all ages!

6:00 – 8:00 p.m. – Georgia-born and raised in King, North Carolina, Tiffany Ashton was named “Best Country Artist by the Hollywood Music & Media Awards and a 2018 Nashville Universe Rising Star. Tiffany brings her unique vocals, vulnerable lyrics and intertwines them with her vibrant modern country sound for a show you won’t soon forget!

8:30 – 10:30 p.m. – Rising country star John King headlines the 2018 Mill Fest with original contemporary country songs. You’ll be hooked on his raw talent and vocal flair! John released “I Still Pick Up” from his latest project debuting at #5 on Apple Music’s Hot Chart with over 1 million streams.

Mill Fest Ticket Information
Adults = $10 each day OR $15 for both days
Children under 12 receive FREE admission WITH DONATION of canned or non-perishable

Volunteers Needed! 

“Volunteers are always welcome,” said Langdon. “We need each volunteer for 2 hours and you’ll get food and drink tickets, too.”

For more information or to volunteer or become a sponsor, contact Tami Langdon, community development coordinator, at tlangdon@mocksvillenc.gov or call  336-753-6705.

Free Concert on the Square in Mocksville – Saturday, July 28

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Enjoy a little slice of Americana as Mel Jones & His Bag O’Bones takes the stage this Saturday night, July 28th, from 7 p.m-10 p.m in the quad near Restaurant 101 in downtown Mocksville.

Mel Jones & His Bag O’Bones

Mel Jones has been playing his brand of Americana music for more than 25 years, blending blues, jazz, bluegrass, and soul and appearing alongside the likes of David Holt, Rhonda Vincent, Sam Bush, Doc Watson and more. Wailing on the harmonica and belting out the blues, Jones proves himself a timeless musician skillfully combining traditional sounds to create a fast-paced show that keeps the crowd involved.

The Bones have played numerous festivals and venues up and down the east coast since the early 1990’s and have released 3 CD’s featuring Mel’s original material. Stellar musicianship is at the heart of every Bones performance but Mel has always believed that the audience should be a part of the show and enjoy themselves. As Mel fond of saying “When they walk out the end of our show we want a big smile on everybody’s face.”

The Bones consist of veteran, award winning musicians Don Story on guitar, Calvin Johnson on bass, Kip Snow on mandolin, John Hofmann on fiddle, and Larry Carmen on drums.

Break Out Your Lawn Chairs This Saturday!

Enjoy a delightful date night or Bring your lawn chair and enjoy this free concert. Don’t forget to check out downtown Mocksville’s delicious restaurants and unique shops.

More Free Concerts for 2018

Their performance is part of the free Concerts on the Square series sponsored by the Town of Mocksville. These concerts are perfect for a delightful date night or a family-friendly fun night!

Future performances are August 11th — 60 Watt Combo (70s & 80s rock),  and August 25th — Brad Ratledge & The Happy Ones (soft rock & country).

For questions or to get more information, contact Tami Langdon at (336) 753-6705 or visit http://www.mocksvillenc.org.

Kids Art Crawl This Thursday in Main Street Park

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Is summer boredom getting the better of your family? Looking for an exciting, inexpensive activity to entertain your kids? Head to Main Street Park in downtown Mocksville on Thursday, July 26th, from 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. for the FIRST Kids Art Crawl.

The FEE IS $5 PER CHILD. Local artist, Bruce White, owner and instructor at Wild Mountain Designs & Art will be offering five different art stations: clay, squirt gun abstract pennants, artificial stained glass, string, and painting.

Bring a sack lunch or purchase one from a local restaurant.

Michael Decker will be there during lunch for balloon art and magic. Cold refreshments will be provided.

For more information, call Tami Langdon at 336-753-6705 or visit http://mocksvillenc.org.

 

Free Progressive Storybook in the Park — Friday, July 20th

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Mocksville’s new downtown park is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic and a story, so you won’t want to miss  the progressive storybook, “The Bear Ate Your Sandwich,” from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Friday, July 20th.

Participants will be led through a series of storyboards that share the charming story of a bear and a sandwich, followed by some cold refreshments.  

This free family event is sponsored by the Davie County Public Library and the Town of Mocksville.

Bring your lunch or purchase one from our local restaurants and bring a chair or a blanket for seating.

The storyboards will be left in place until 5 p.m. for those who are unable to attend the event.

A PARENT OR GUARDIAN IS REQUIRED TO STAY WITH CHILD/CHILDREN.

For more information, call Tami Langdon at 336-753-6705 or tlangdon@mocksvillenc.gov.

Free Family Movie in the Park — Friday, July 20th

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Bring your family & friends to Downtown Mocksville for a free outdoor showing of A Dog’s Purpose on  Friday, July 20th. The movie will begin at 8:45 p.m. at the new downtown park on Main Street.

A Dog’s Purpose is the story of a devoted dog who discovers the meaning of its own existence through the lives of the humans it teaches to laugh and love. Reincarnated as multiple canines over the course of five decades, the lovable pooch develops an unbreakable bond with a kindred spirit named Ethan. As the boy grows older and comes to a crossroad, the dog once again comes back into his life to remind him of his true self. Warning, this is a tearjerker!! PG — 98 minutes.

A Dog’s Purpose is the second of four movies that the Davie County Library and the Town of Mocksville will be hosting at the park. The other dates and titles are:

Friday, Aug. 17 BLACK PANTHER…2 HRS. 14 MINUTES…PG

Friday, Sept. 21 TANGLED…140 MINUTES…PG

All movies will begin at 8:45 p.m. Please bring your own chair or a blanket for seating. Bring your own snacks or purchase from SCOOP’S Ice Cream, The Factory Coffee House, or our other local restaurants.

A PARENT OR GUARDIAN IS REQUIRED TO STAY WITH CHILD/CHILDREN.

For more information, call Tami Langdon at 336-753-6705 or tlangdon@mocksvillenc.gov.

Free Concert on the Square This Saturday in Downtown Mocksville

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Enjoy some motown and beach music as Tess Black & Blues Band takes the stage this Saturday night, July 14th, from 7 p.m-10 p.m in the quad near Restaurant 101 in downtown Mocksville. Their performance is part of the free Concerts on the Square series sponsored by the Town of Mocksville.

More Free Concerts for 2018
Future performances are July 28th — Mel Jones & His Bag O’Bones (Americana), August 11th — 60 Watt Combo (70s & 80s rock), August 25th — Brad Ratledge & The Happy Ones (soft rock & country). All of the concerts begin at 7 pm.

Tess Black & Blue Band
Founded in 2014, this multi-talented hometown group features Davie County locals Tess Welch – Vocals; Grady McClamrock – Rhythm guitar; Gary Chilton – Lead guitar; Ken Simonds – Bass; Jerry Smith – Keyboards; and Darren Boles – Drums.

Break Out Your Lawn Chairs This Saturday!
Bring your lawn chair and enjoy this free concert. Don’t forget to check out the delicious restaurants and unique shops.

For questions or to get more information contact Tami Langdon at (336) 753-6705 or visit http://www.mocksvillenc.org.