Archive for April 2018

A Message From Mayor Helms and the Montreat Board of Commissioners:

As you are no doubt aware, the beloved evangelist and fellow Montreat resident, Rev. Dr. William Franklin “Billy” Graham Jr., passed away early this morning. It is with great sympathy that our community mourns the passing of Dr.Graham. Dr. Graham has been a beloved member of the Montreat community since his marriage to Ruth Bell…

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Town of Montreat Update

Town of Montreat Update Much work has been accomplished by the Town Council and staff since the last report.  Here are some of the more notable actions: The Town recently closed on a lot purchased from MRA just outside the Montreat Gate for the site of the new Town Hall.  With the unanimous support of…

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Free Compost Available

Getting ready for Spring Plantings? The Town of Montreat has the leaf litter compost for you for FREE. Stop by the Town of Montreat Town Services Building from 8 a.m to 5 p.m. to pick up as much as you can haul off. Photo by Gabriel Jimenez on Unsplash

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February Town Council Meeting

Please join us on Thursday, February 8th for the February Town Council Meeting which will begin at 7:00 p.m. The Meeting Packet can be found here. The Public Forum will begin at 6:30 p.m.

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December Town Council Meeting

It was a great night in Montreat as we thanked our numerous volunteers for serving our Town. We also swore in new Commissioners Alice Lentz and Tom Widmer and swore in Kent Otto as Mayor Pro Tem.

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Letter from the Mayor

Dear Friends and Neighbors, I want to update you on a number of matters pertaining to the Town Council. Reception: Thursday, December 14, 5:30-6:30PM to thank Mary Standaert and Ann Vinson for their service to the Town and to welcome Alice Lentz, Kent Otto, and Tom Widmer who will be sworn into office at the…

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Montreat Designated as a Community Wildlife Habitat for the 12th Year

Montreat Landcare Chair Martha Campbell presented Mayor Tim Helms and Environmental Commissioner Ann Vinson with the Community Wildlife Habitat Certificate. This is the 12th year that Montreat has received this designation from the National Wildlife Federation. The Town of Montreat was one of the first municipalities in the State to receive this honor.

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