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2006 Residents Association Annual Meeting Location Changed

(February 6, 2006) The location of the 2006 Annual Meeting of the Steele Creek Residents Association has been moved to Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church (15000 York Road). Pleasant Hill Church is located on York Road (NC Highway 49) just east of the entrance to McDowell Nature Preserve. If you are traveling southwest on Highway 49 towards South Carolina, the church is on the right about 2 miles past the intersection with NC Highway 160 (Steele Creek Road) and about 1.3 miles before the Buster Boyd Bridge.

The meeting will be held at 7:00 pm on Thursday February 16.

The emphasis of the meeting will be community safety. Mecklenburg County Sheriff and Steele Creek resident Jim Pendergraph will introduce the main speaker, Chief Darrel Stephens of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. Personnel from the Steele Creek division also will be present.

There also will be a brief update on the new RiverGate center and on other community organizations.

There was no meeting in 2005. This is your chance to meet your neighbors and catch up on community issues.

The Steele Creek Residents Association was formed in 1980 to protect the community from undesirable development. The Association continues to fulfill that objective through its Land Use Committee, which meets with rezoning petitioners and prospective rezoning petitioners to review and comment on development plans.

The Residents Association also is active in the development of a trail system in Steele Creek through its Community Trail Committee.




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