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Gibsonville board sends $34M project wish list to Guilford Co. commissioners

Guilford County plans to give some of its $104 million in incoming federal funds to its municipalities Gibsonville’s board of aldermen signed off last week on a wish list of...

Gibsonville aldermen’s encore vote on townhouses same as first: expansion denied

Board sticks with 55 approved in 2018; rejects request to add 26 more Gibsonville’s board of aldermen again denied a developer’s request to build 81 townhomes rather than the 55...

THE PUBLIC ASKS: Was the old Gibsonville School burglarized?

QUESTION: Was the old Gibsonville Elementary School burglarized last week? ANSWER: It wasn’t the sound of burglary but some late-night work that woke the old school’s neighboring residents and brought...

THE PUBLIC ASKS: Why are some city, town halls remaining closed as businesses, schools...

Some not planning to reopen until June QUESTION: Why are Graham city hall and some other town halls for smaller towns in Alamance County still closed? ANSWER: Graham’s city hall as...

Developer’s request to add 26 townhomes to previously-approved 55 turned down in 3-2 vote

A Gibsonville developer’s plans have been sent back to the drawing board after the town’s board of aldermen narrowly turned down his request to increase a future townhome development...

Condemnation litigation averted; Gibsonville couple sells town easement for $19.5K

Following two public records requests to the town of Gibsonville, The Alamance News has found that the town started to move toward condemnation litigation with a property owner in...

Developer asks Gibsonville board to allow 26 more units in townhome development (previously approved...

Homeowners in Gibsonville’s Sullivan Court neighborhood pleaded with the town’s board of aldermen to reject a developer’s proposed expansion of a townhome development when the board held a public...

Gibsonville board hires Giles as town attorney

Gibsonville’s board of aldermen this week hired its new town attorney, Robert “Bob” Giles, filling the vacancy left at the end of 2020 by the town’s former attorney of...

Over publisher’s objection that deliberations should be public, aldermen go behind closed doors to...

Gibsonville’s board of aldermen this week interviewed its only candidate for town attorney during a closed meeting, an action that drew criticism from Alamance News publisher Tom Boney, Jr. Prior...

Gibsonville aldermen give developer another (4th) final deadline for school renovation

Gibsonville’s board of aldermen gave the owners of the town’s former elementary school a fourth extension on February 1 and opted to have the duo heading up the project...

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