The Town of Mooresville encourages area residents to remain calm and seek information amid the fears that are spreading due to the crisis in Japan. “Iredell County and the Town of Mooresville have an emergency operations plan that dictates our response if there is a nuclear emergency,” said Fire Chief Wes Greene. “There is a lot of anxiety right now so I want to reassure our citizens there is no cause for alarm.”
During March, Duke Energy is doing right of way work around their distribution electrical lines in Southern Iredell County and the Mooresville/Brawley School Road area from the substation to beyond The Point, Yacht Road, Torrence Chapel, Stonemarker Road and Tuskarora Trail.
Groups wanting to schedule a golf tournament or outing at the Mooresville Golf Course during the 2011 golf season can make reservations now for any spring, summer and fall dates. Call the Pro Shop at 704-663-2539 or stop by the course and ask for Charlie, Jeremy or Rob.
Mooresville residents or business owners who are at least 18 years old are invited to participate in the Mooresville Police Department’s Citizens Police Academy. The next session begins on Tuesday, March 1at 6:30 p.m. and will meet on consecutive Tuesday nights from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. at the police department.