McAdenville Town Council Members
The Town of McAdenville operates under the Mayor-Council form of government. Mayoral elections re held every four years and the five Board members are elected to four year overlapping terms. These elections are non-partisan and are held in odd number years.
The Mayor presides at all meetings of the Board and is recognized as the official head of the Town for all ceremonial purposes. The Mayor only votes on matters in the case of a tie vote by the Town Council.
The Mayor Pro Tem serves in the absence of the Mayor.
The Town Council acts in a number of ways to provide policies for the Town. The adoption of Ordinances and Resolutions are two of ways Council act. Ordinances are the most formal and binding type of Council legislation; whereas, Resolutions are less formal and are often used to recognize individuals, and to commemorate special actions, occasions or dates.
Municipal Government is regulated by North Carolina General Statute Chapters 132, 143 and 160A, and its Town Charter as established by the North Carolina General Assembly when incorporated.
Town Council holds their regular meetings the second Tuesday of every month at 7pm at 125 Main Street, McAdenville, NC 28101.
In addition to the regular monthly meeting, the Council may call for Special meetings at anytime. The Mayor or two Council members may call a Special Meeting by completing a Special Meeting Notice. The Special Meeting Notice will contain the date, agenda items, time and location of the meeting. The Notice must be posted at least 48 prior to the meeting date and time. The Special Meeting Notice will be posted at Town Hall, placed on the website, and emailed to anyone on the Sunshine List who has requested notification. To be placed on the Sunshine List, please email the Town Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org and request to be added to the Sunshine List.
In rare and unusual situations, the Council can call an Emergency Meeting. In order for an Emergency Meeting to be called, the purpose must concern generally unexpected circumstances and must require immediate Council consideration that can't wait the 48 hours required for a Special Meeting. The meeting may be held as quickly as the Council members can be gathered but no earlier than 6 hours after the Emergency Meeting is called. The only notification required for an Emergency Meeting is that of the media; every attempt will be made to notify the Sunshine List.