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Knightdale development services director resigns

Posted on June 9, 2021

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KNIGHTDALE — Development Services Director Chris Hills has announced his resignation to accept a similar position with the town of Holly Springs.

Hills has been in the position since 2008, during which time Knightdale has grown from just under 6,000 residents to more than 18,000.

“It has been an honor to serve the citizens, council and staff of the town of Knightdale for the past 14 years, and I will be forever grateful for being a part of the Knightdale family,” Hills said in a statement. “I am extremely proud of the positive growth and the many great accomplishments that the town has achieved over the years.”

Among those accomplishments are being named a Top 100 city to live in and the Great Main Street Award.

“Chris has been an asset to the Knightdale community,” said Town Manager Bill Summers. “He will do an excellent job for the town of Holly Springs. We wish him the best as he advances his career with a larger organization.”

Knightdale hired Hills as a senior planner in 2007. His last day is July 2.

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