Olde Cotswold Neighborhood Organization (OCNO)

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Olde Cotswold Neighborhood Organization (OCNO)

 The purpose of the OCNO is to improve the quality of life in our area by joining together for the betterment of our community through a forum to discuss: Issues within our neighborhood, such as traffic & construction; Public safety and crime prevention; General welfare, happiness, beauty and strength of our neighborhood.


Upcoming Social Events (see Pages & Links tab, "SOCIAL EVENTS" for details)

OCNO Ladies Night - First Thursday of each month

March 17, 2018 - Easter Egg Hunt



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Y'all vote on November 7

Many people don't know who's running in the fall elections in Mecklenburg County and elsewhere in North Carolina. To that end, I am trying to get the word out about a new non-commercial North Carolina... more
Started: September 29th 2006Replies: 0

Dog ''Bathroom'' Etiquette

A recent article in the Charlotte Observer cited a neighborhood in which a home owner relocated because her two dogs urinated on neighbors lawns in violation of a home owners?’ agreement. While... more
Started: September 13th 2005Replies: 2

Barking / Nuisance Dogs

Has anything been distributed to the community recently regarding nuisance animals, especially barking dogs? I have to listen to the same 2-3 dogs barking just about every night from a house on Forest... more
Started: September 18th 2007Replies: 13

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