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Public Hearing
Posted:
June 16, 2018
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Public Hearing
Revision to the Solar Ordinance

Hamlet City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at their regular monthly meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers located at 201 W Main Street in Hamlet to consider approval of updates and changes to the Solar Ordinance. A copy of the proposed changes is available for review at Hamlet City Hall Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm. The proposed amendment changes the requirements for limited, nonprofit solar panel systems for educational purposes. All interested persons are highly encouraged to attend the public hearing. For additional information on this matter, contact Gail Strickland at 910-582-2651.

Special Use Application
Posted:
June 16, 2018
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City of Hamlet Board of Adjustment
Special Use Application
Parcel ID: 749104719745 Hwy 74 Near Old Laurinberg Road
Proposed: Ground Mounted Solar Collector System

Hamlet City Council, serving as The Board of Adjustment, will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at Hamlet City Hall, 201 Main Street. The purpose of the meeting is to consider citizen comment on a Special Use Permit filed by ESA Hamlet, NC, LLC, Agent for owner Yan Solihin of Greentegrity Land Investment, LLC for property located on Highway 74 East, near Old Laurinburg Road; more specifically, Tax Map 749104, Block 71 and Lot 9745. The request is to construct a Solar Photovoltaic Electricity Generation Facility of 5 Megawatts AC, utilizing approximately 37 acres subdivided from the 245-acre property, Tax Map 749104, Block 82 and Lot 4892. The Board will gather the necessary evidence on which to base their decision. Those directly affected by the decision may participate and be a party to the hearing.

The meeting facilities of the City of Hamlet are accessible to persons with disabilities. The City requests at least three (3) business days to provide auxiliary aides, interpreters, and services if needed.

For additional information on these matters, please contact Gail M. Strickland at 910-582-2651.

Citizens Police Academy
Posted:
June 13, 2018
The Citizens Police Academy is a great opportunity for the community to meet the Police Officers, Dispatchers, and support staff who serve and protect the City of Hamlet.

Applications can be picked up at Hamlet Police Department starting on June 13, 2018. Applicants will be notified for Interview and selection process 06/25-06/28. Chosen applicants will be notified prior to first meeting.

Purpose

The intent of the academy is to inform, educate, engage, and empower local citizens with a thorough, behind-the-scenes view of how the department operates. This is to build closer bonds with the community. We intend for our citizens to gain a working knowledge about the City’s overall organization, vision, mission, goals, objectives, budget, policies and procedures. Citizens will also learn day-to-day functions to create civic ambassadors who may enlighten others about our City.
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This program does not train citizens to become police officers but will give participants an opportunity to see what police work is all about. Highlights of the program include an overview of the police profession and the criminal justice system, demonstrations by the K-9 units, emergency management and communications, patrol operations/equipment demonstrations, criminal investigations, mock crime scene investigations, traffic and DWI enforcement, mock traffic stops, report writing, arrest techniques, courtroom techniques, personal security information, observations skills, and community reflections.

Throughout the program, class participants are offered the opportunity to ride with an officer while on patrol. They will have the opportunity throughout the program to ask questions, voice concerns, and learn more about the law enforcement profession.

Qualifications

The academy is open to citizens who:

  • Are 21 years of age or older
  • Are a resident of, employee, or business owner in Hamlet
  • Have no felony convictions
  • Have no misdemeanor convictions within one year of application
  • Have no pending criminal charges


All Richmond Community College students may participate.

A criminal background check will be completed on each applicant prior to acceptance into the academy.

Application

Interested in attending? Want to know more? Use the link below for more an agenda or application. Applications can also be picked up at:

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201 Main Street
Hamlet, N.C. 28345
910-582-2551

Public Notice
Posted:
September 19, 2016
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The City would like to remind residents that leaves, limbs, pine straw, etc., should not be placed in the street or on sidewalks. These items wash into the drains and cause blockages during rainstorms.

City ordinances state that all tree limbs and leaves need to be placed between the curb and the sidewalk or adjacent to the sidewalk off of the street. Leaves and limbs to be picked up may not exceed 50 pounds and must be within 6 feet in length.

Residents are also reminded that city garbage cans need to be retrieved on the same day as scheduled pick up.

Thank you for helping to make our city a better place to live.

Public Notice
Posted:
December 22, 2014
Fats, Oil and Grease Control Ordinance Ord. No. 4-2006

Please be noticed that Hamlet City Council adopted a Fats, Oil and Greases Control Ordinance on 6/13/2006. The purpose of the Control Ordinance is to aid in the prevention of sanitary sewer blockages and obstructions from contribution and accumulation of fats, oils, and greases into such sewer system from industrial or commercial establishments, particularly food preparation and serving facilities. For more information, please contact Hamlet Public Works Dept. at 910-582-7987.

Hamlet City Clerk, Tammy Kirkley

Public Notice
Posted:
August 21, 2014
The Hamlet Police Department would like to remind everyone to keep their dogs either fenced in or chained for public safety. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Police Department at 910-582-2551