Cabarrus Co. Commissioners talk art installation, rules of behavior for library patrons

Cabarrus Co. Commissioners talk art installation, rules of behavior for library patrons

CABARRUS COUNTY, N.C. (WBTV) – Preparations for the public art installation in the new Cabarrus County Courthouse lobby are underway, as crews not long ago put stenciling to map out the Woven Scroll layout.

The style and design, established by Texas-centered RE:web site, options 1000’s of separately hand-wrapped colored metal wire sections which are stacked vertically and suspended by a winding array of stainless steel cables.

The structure symbolizes understanding and awareness, and “true justice needs that we continue to discover as our lifetime unfolds,” according to RE:site’s challenge description.

Assistant County Supervisor Kyle Bilafer gave the update all through the county commissioner agenda assembly on December 5.

Bilafer also offered a rundown of site exercise about the past 30 days. Crews started off finishing the third and fourth floors, put in the Church Avenue hardscape set up and commenced 3rd-floor courtroom millwork, he reported.

In the coming months, data engineering rooms will be turned over to the Information Technological innovation Solutions Office and more sunshades will be set up on the exterior canopy, Bilafer explained. He added crews are also doing work to get merchandising permits for furnishings to be constructed in February.

The grand opening for the downtown Harmony facility is scheduled for spring of 2023. Commissioners very first authorised the 250,000-sq.-foot renovation and growth in 2019.

Also all through the agenda meeting, Commissioners:

  • Heard from Active Living and Parks (ALP) Undertaking and Occasion Manager Ian Sweeney about two recommendations for the Matching Incentive Grant System. The ALP initiative presents dollars for non-gains and university groups to “construct, enhance, or receive recreation or park amenities,” Sweeney claimed. The requests total $8,007 and will be utilised to obtain a new fence at Weddington Hills Elementary School and out of doors conditioning machines at Harrisburg Park, in accordance to Sweeney. The ALP commission unanimously encouraged the projects.
  • Read from Assistant County Manager Kelly Sifford about revised guidelines and restrictions for library patrons. The revised coverage will not improve significantly from the current iteration, Sifford explained. Nonetheless, the language will be simplified. The library also options to get scaled-down “postcard” versions of the revised plan to give to patrons as wanted. The new policy will also be posted at the front door of all library areas.

The typical meeting is set for 6:30 p.m. on Monday (December 19) at the Cabarrus County Governing administration Centre in downtown Concord.

This will be the first regular assembly showcasing recently-elected Commissioners Chris Measmer and Kenny Wortman. Measmer and Wortman had been sworn in alongside with incumbent Lynn Shue all through a ceremony prior to the December 5 agenda conference. They be a part of Board Chair Steve Morris and Commissioner Barbara Strang.

Residents can watch commissioner meetings on the Cabarrus County livestream at, on YouTube (@CabarrusCounty) and on CabCo Tv (Spectrum Cable Channel 22).