The Alleghany County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing to name a private road in the Whitehead Township and a private road in the Piney Creek Township. Road name petitions have been submitted to name said roads Farmview Drive and Walnut Lane. The Public Hearing will be held in the Commissioners Meeting Room on the lower level of the Administration Building located at 348 South Main Street, Sparta, North Carolina, on November 6, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. The purpose of the hearing is to provide notice pursuant to NCGS 153A-239.1 of naming a road. For more information contact the Alleghany County E-911/Mapping Office at (336) 372-7920. The public is invited to attend.
The Alleghany County Board of Commissioners will hold a special called meeting on Thursday November 9th, at 3:30 pm in the Commissioners Board Room at 348 S Main Sparta, NC. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the proposed courthouse expansion with the county commissioners, judges, clerk of court and sheriff. The public is invited to attend.
A GAP bill is a property tax bill that covers the months between the expiration of a vehicle’s registration and the renewal of that registration or the issuance of a new registration.
Alleghany County has appropriated funds for a new maintenance garage to be located on the gravel lot across the street from the EMS Office at 37 Cox Street. If you are interested in submitting a proposal on the project, the specs are:
- Turn key construction of 50×80 metal building with 16 foot ceilings
- 4” concrete slab with grade beam
- 2 14’ doors and 1 12’ door
- 2 exterior walk-in doors
- Rough ins for bathroom
- Must meet all applicable county and state building codes
Proposals are due by Friday, July 14, 2017
Notice is hereby given that the proposed FY 2017-2018 budget has been submitted to the Alleghany County Board of Commissioners, pursuant to NCGS 159-12. The Board of Commissioners will conduct a public hearing regarding the proposed FY 2016-2017 budget on Thursday, June 22, 2017, at 6:30 pm in the Board Meeting Room of the Alleghany County Administration Building, 348 South Main Street, Sparta, North Carolina. The proposed budget is available for inspection in the County Manager’s Office at the County Administration Building.
On June 5, 2017 at 6:30 pm, the Alleghany County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing seeking input into the possible closing of the intersection of Highway 18 and Osborne Road and the possible addition of Health Services Road into the NC DOT system. The proposed changes are intended to ease traffic flow into and out of the Alleghany County Transfer Station. Any public comment is encouraged. If you have any questions, please contact the County Manager’s office at 336-372-4179.
Clerk to Board of Commissioners
February 20, 2017
Sparta, NC — Napco USA today announced a planned expansion of its production line in Sparta. The manufacturer or rigid board packaging and marketing materials, which recently celebrated its 40th anniversary, will add up to 35 jobs over the next 2 years. To assist the company in its expansion, the North Carolina Rural Infrastructure Authority (RIA) approved a $225,000 Building Reuse Grant to be accompanied by an $11,250.00 local match from the Alleghany County Commission. The company will also receive training and onboarding funds of up to $1000.00 per job created from the North Carolina Community College System.
“We appreciate the Alleghany County Government and State of North Carolina for assisting with our pending expansion. We recently celebrated our 40th anniversary in Sparta and look forward to increasing our production very soon,” stated Napco USA President Paul Demmink.
“We are very pleased to assist Napco with their coming expansion,” added Mark Evans, Chairman of the Alleghany County Commission. “They are one of the bedrocks of our local economy. The County Commission stands ready to assist our local companies in any way we can.”
The North Carolina Building Reuse Grant Program supports the renovation or expansion of buildings occupied by a company operating in the state of North Carolina for at least 12 months. Companies must meet the weekly wage standard, provide at least 50% benefits to employees and be represented on the Priority Industry Table. The program requires a 50% match from the company and a 5% match from the local government.
For More Information Contact:
Alleghany County Manager