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A proposed sewer maintenance contract with Thomasville will land in the laps of Trinity City Council for consideration now that the Infrastructure Board has given it their unanimous recommendation.
Trinity officials are laying the groundwork for the final piece of critical infrastructure for the city.
The spring City HAUL, a semi-annual free cleanup for Trinity residents, will be held Thursday through Saturday, May 16-18, at the YMCA Soccer Complex on Turnpike Road.
Civil war re-enactments and camp life demonstrations equaled record crowds for General Hardee’s Retreat, held April 20-21 on the grounds of the historic Albertson House. Friends of Trinity organizers call the event a roaring success.
The April 9 modified lockdown of three Archdale-Trinity district schools went down just as it had been practiced.
With no police department and its corporate limits spread over a vast, 17-square-mile territory, providing public safety services to its residents can be a challenge for Trinity.
Friends of Trinity will once again host General Hardee’s Retreat. The annual event is an opportunity for the community to come together, enjoy a day of fun as well as remember Trinity’s historic significance in Civil War times.
Matt Shaw, branch manager of the Archdale Public Library, will present the library's annual report and request for funding at the next meeting of Trinity City Council.
“We don’t have a dog in this fight” — the colloquial phrase fell from the lips of more than one member of Trinity City Council after listening to a dispute between homeowners.
Paying off a debt can be a tremendous struggle. For residents at His Laboring Few Harvest Camp in Trinity, the challenge to pay off a metaphorical debt to society looms large; so does the $30,000 debt which weighs heavily on the minds of those in charge of shepherding the residents.
Trinity City Council unanimously approved $5,000 in incentives for Novamelt Americas, contingent upon the participation of Randolph County.
Spc. Jeremy Young, a Trinity High School graduate, will receive a hero’s homecoming Saturday, March 23. Young was shot 12 times on July 3, 2012, while serving in Afghanistan.
The city of Trinity is still trying to decide what to do about a public works building. Currently, the city leases the former Spencer Auto Parts building at the corner of Sealy Drive and N.C. 62. It is for sale “as is” for $279,000; Trinity has right of first refusal.
Trinity City Council will resume its annual planning retreat agenda at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, April 6. The retreat meeting on March 9 was recessed when it became obvious the Council would not be able to discuss everything on the agenda.
Trinity City Council will hold a public hearing March 19 on whether or not to offer incentives to Novamelt Americas.
The Randolph County Democratic Party will hold a meeting for Archdale-Trinity area voting precincts at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, at the Archdale Public Library.
Trinity City Council may hear a rezoning request even though the Planning Board did not give it their recommendation.
Despite an air of incipient controversy lingering in Trinity after the Jan. 8 pre-agenda meeting, City Council at their Jan. 15 meeting made only one small change to the city’s public comments policy.
The patriotic sight of American flags flying from poles along N.C. 62 in Trinity, which began about 2000, will likely remain unseen this year.
Early in 2012 Trinity’s City Council was working its way through newly elected members whose views differed greatly from the previous members they replaced. Tempers flared, respectfulness dimmed and reverence for the governing process waned.
Dan Warren, a local historian with strong ties to the Trinity community, will speak about Trinity College and the beginning of Duke University at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 16, at the High Point Museum.
“I completely understand the need for unemployment payments, but the program needs to be solvent,” said local McDonalds owner, operator and president Tony Delligatti. “I just want to make sure the dollars are properly managed, so that the money we pay on behalf of our employees is still there, if our employees need it in the future.”
Trinity City Council will fill seats on the Infrastructure/Parks and Recreation and Planning boards at their next pre-agenda meeting, set for 4 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8, at city hall.
Trinity will offer free Christmas tree disposal beginning Jan. 2. Trees can be dropped off at the public works building, 7613 N.C. Hwy. 62, near Trindale Mini Mart.