CALENDAR OF MEETINGS
(All City meetings are open to the public):
City Council (Special Meeting)
Wednesday, May 31, 2017 (City Council members will depart from the J. Reuben Daniel City Hall at 9:00 a.m. to tour various City facilities. Following the facilities tour, City Council will hold a Budget Meeting at 1:30 p.m. in the First Floor Conference Room in the J. Reuben Daniel City Hall, 1040 Roanoke Avenue.)
The City of Roanoke Rapids is now accepting applications for the following positions:
Police Officer (Roanoke Rapids Police Department): An employee in this class performs a full range of general law enforcement duties to protect life and property in the City. Basic Law Enforcement Training is preferred but not required. Previous applicants should contact Kathy A. Kearney, HR Manager, to update their information at (252) 533-2845. (Open until filled).
The City of Roanoke Rapids is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color,
religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status,
or any other legally protected status.
Applications may be obtained at www.roanokerapidsnc.com or may be picked up at City Hall – 1040 Roanoke Avenue, Roanoke Rapids, NC
Kathy A. Kearney – HR Manager – City of Roanoke Rapids
Phone: (252) 533-2845 – Fax (252) 537-2097
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the Roanoke Rapids City Council will hold an evidentiary public hearing on Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 5:15 p.m. at the Lloyd Andrews City Meeting Hall located at 700 Jackson Street to hear the following item(s):
1. A Conditional Use Permit request from Michelle Newsome Taylor (Applicant) and Becker Village Mall, LLC (Property Owner) to conduct Electronic Gaming Operations (Internet Sweepstakes) in Suite 145 of Becker Village Mall at 1620 E. 10th Street (Halifax County Tax Parcel 0900046). The requested use for electronic gaming operations is proposed to operate daily from 8:00am – 2:00 am. The tenant space was previously occupied as “Goldmine.”
The decision to determine if the project meets the standards is quasi-judicial and subject to procedural due process requirements. Once an applicant makes the showing that the standards have been met, the burden shifts to those who oppose permit issuance to present countervailing substantial, competent, and material evidence that the standards would not be met. When there is substantial evidence on both sides, the City Council makes its determination as to which is correct when making its final decision.
Related information is available for public inspection in the Planning and Development office at the J. Reuben Daniel City Hall, 1040 Roanoke Avenue. Any persons, firms, organizations or corporations interested in this matter are urged to attend the meeting.
The City of Roanoke Rapids will provide reasonable accommodations and services for any qualified disabled person interested in attending the meeting. To request the above you may call the Planning and Development Office at (252) 533-2844 no later than three (3) days prior to the date of the meeting.
ARTS ON THE AVENUE: Thursday, May 25th, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m., Uptown Roanoke Avenue. For more information call (252) 676-9686.
COMMITTEE VACANCIES: Contact Traci Storey, City Clerk, at (252) 533-2840 for committee information.
►Historic Preservation Advisory Committee
►Planning Board/Board of Adjustment (ETJ)
►Canal Museum Advisory Committee
ROANOKE RAPIDS CITY COUNCIL
Mayor Emery G. Doughtie Mayor Pro Tem Carl Ferebee
Council Members: Ernest C. Bobbitt, Suetta S. Scarbrough, Carol H. Cowen, Wayne Smith
Joseph Scherer, City Manager Gilbert Chichester, City Attorney
Traci V. Storey, City Clerk Kathy Kearney, Deputy City Clerk