Molivers continue raising money for charity bike ride

DAVIDSON – Dr. Seth Moliver, of Moliver Chiropractic, and his wife, Patti Moliver, continue raising money for the upcoming 24 Hours of Booty.

They recently partnered with a restaurant that donated a percentage of proceeds to their cause.

24 Hours of Booty is a 24-hour bike ride held July 25-26 in Myers Park to raise money for cancer research. They will ride 160 miles each at this event in memory of their cousin, Camden, who lost his battle with Leukemia at 5 months old.

Details: www.facebook.com/teamcamden.

 

Apartment complex under construction

HUNTERSVILLE – Northwood Ravin broke ground on the Apartments at Holly Crest, a 400-unit project on 24 acres along Sam Furr Road across from Northcross Shopping Center.

The units are configured in a variety of two-, three- and four-story buildings, allowing for a master plan with 35,000 square feet of central green space and 15,000 square foot of amenity space.

The project will consist of a 4,900-square-foot community club, 4,600 square-foot spa and fitness center, resident business center, courtyards, grilling areas, private gardens, and private dog parks for small and large dogs. Other resident amenities include an resort-style saltwater pool, men’s and women’s spa with sauna and steam room, golf simulator and yoga room, game room, Internet café and resident bar and lounge area.

Monthly rent is estimated to start at $900 for a 700 square-foot one-bedroom apartment and up to $1,700 for 1,600-square-foot three bedrooms.

The apartments are anticipated to be ready for occupancy in late spring 2015.

 

Aquesta Bank opens branch on east side of Cornelius

CORNELIUS – Aquesta Bank opened its second branch in town on June 24.

The downtown branch will make it easier for the bank to service customers on the east side of town.

The branch is located in a renovated end cap unit of the Food Lion shopping center behind Cornelius Town Hall, 20121 N. Main St. The bank will celebrate the opening with a ribbon cutting at 11 a.m. July 10.

Architect Roger Layman designed the existing space.

The 1,888-square-foot branch has teller stations and an Electronic Cash Recycler that assists tellers in providing fast, accurate cash transactions while freeing staff to focus on customers.

Aquesta has implemented a "universal staffing model" at the downtown location where all employees are cross-trained.

The branch includes two back offices that will be leased out.

Aquesta Insurance Services will also have an office available to customers by appointment. Bartles Construction Solutions was hired to renovate the space.

 

Governor appoints Hunoval to banking commission

RALEIGH – Gov. Pat McCrory appointed Mathias Hunoval to the N.C. State Banking Commission, which supervises, directs and reviews actions of the commissioner of banks.

Hunoval founded Hunoval Law Firm PLLC. Since 2010, the firm has created a net 60 jobs, going from five employees to 65.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Davidson College, a juris doctor from Wake Forest University School of Law, and a master of laws in taxation from New York University School of Law. 

 

MI-Connection gets HD Verified

MOORESVILLE – MI-Connection, the cable and telecommunications system owned by the towns of Mooresville and Davidson, has recently been categorized as HD Verified by the Google Video Quality Report.

The Google Video Quality Report measures the video consumption and streaming quality of Internet providers across the country by zip code. It then compares the steaming quality of each provider.

MI-Connection came out ahead in each zip code with an HD ranking while their larger competitors achieved standard definition grade, officials said.

 

Decker to discuss economic issues

CORNELIUS – N.C. Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker will discuss the economic health of North Carolina and the Charlotte region at a Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

Decker will provide an update on the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina, which enables legislation that privatizes the sales and marketing functions of commerce. She will also address recent employment and economic development announcements.

The event takes place 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. July 14 at the Pearl Event Center, 19501 W. Catawba Ave.

Admission costs $20 for chamber members and $25 for others.

RSVP to the chamber by July 11 at 704-892-1922.