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City Office Building
2021/02/28

Customer Services Office Closed to Public

Effective March 1st, the City of Statesville is limiting walk-in access to the Customer Service Office at 301 S. Center St. to protect the health and safety of the community, customers, and staff. Customers who have traditionally paid in person should use other options for their own safety and convenience, including by mail, bank draft, phone, drop box or a bank's bill-pay service. DRIVE-THRU IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.
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airport runway
2021/02/25

Request for Bids for Airport Project

The City of Statesville will receive Bids for the Eastside Taxiway Lighting & Vault at the Airport Terminal Building located at 238 Airport Road, Statesville, NC 28677, until March 16, 2021 at 10:00a.m., at which time all Bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud via virtual meeting. Bidding and Contract documents may be requested from HBoniface@parrishandpartners.com.
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Black History Month Presentation
2021/02/24

Black History Month Presentation

Todd Scott, chairman of the Statesville Chapter of the NAACP, (left) was presented a proclamation by Statesville Mayor Costi Kutteh, recognizing February as Black History Month. As part of the presentation, Kutteh also told Scott “there is no Statesville history without Black history”. With the Mayor and Scott are Council member Doris Allison, Police Chief David Allison and Council member Frederick Foster. The first African-American to serve on Statesville City Council was A.E. (Pete) Peterson in 1985. Since that time, the following African-American citizens have also served: Willie Williams, Flake Huggins, Keith Williams, Jarrod Phifer, Allison and Foster.
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