Exit 23 The town of Huntersville has raised its minimum bulk item collection fee to $40, up from $15.
Exit 25 The Birkdale Village concert series continues Friday and Saturday night. Soul Watt will perform Friday and Graceful Rhythms will perform Saturday. Shows start at 7.
Exit 28 Recycling receptacles for plastic bottles, aluminum cans and newspapers are available at Bailey Road, Torrence Chapel, Smithville and Legion parks in Cornelius.
Exit 30 The town of Davidson has begun work on its comprehensive plan.
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Exit 33 Mooresville commissioners will consider approving an agreement at 6 p.m. Tuesday requiring developers of the Morrison Plantation community to improve roads, curbs, sidewalks and storm drains by year's end.
Exit 36 Mooresville Police Department's eight-week Citizens Police Academy begins Sept. 30 and continues 6:30-9:30 p.m. on consecutive Tuesdays. To apply: www.ci.mooresville.nc.us/home.html.
Exit 42 The town of Troutman will host a drop-in reception 5-8 p.m. Thursday at Town Hall to view plans for the new library.
Exit 50 The Statesville City Council has authorized a corporate fitness package at the city's new Recreation Center. It would offer one free membership for each two memberships purchased.
West Shore The East Lincoln Betterment Association will have a candidates' forum at 7 p.m. Sept. 25 at Unity Presbyterian Church, 8210 Unity Church Road in Denver.