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Hickory City Council Meets, Approves Items, Honors Neighborhood College Graduates
Neighborhood College Program graduates honored at the November 16 Hickory City Council meeting
Photo Courtesy of City of Hickory

Hickory City Council Meets, Approves Items, Honors Neighborhood College Graduates

Hickory City Council met in regular session Tuesday night (November 16). Minutes, second readings, and the consent agenda were all approved. Following a public hearing, City Council approved amendments to the Hickory Code of Ordinances based upon the requirements of Senate Bill 300.

Following a public hearing, City Council approved a voluntary contiguous annexation of 1.948 acres of property located at 2358, 2366, and 2380 Renwick Drive and an unaddressed adjacent parcel. After the public hearing, City Council approved a Rezoning Petition for that aforementioned property, part of 3056 Short Road; and the unaddressed adjacent parcel from Regional Commercial (C-3) and Catawba County R-20 to High Density Residential (R-4).

Deputy City Manager Rodney Miller presented the City’s Quarterly Financial Report. Members were appointed to boards and commissions. Also Tuesday night, Hickory City Council honored the 14 graduates of this year’s City of Hickory Neighborhood College Program.