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127-room hotel proposed for Dilworth (access required)

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DILWORTH – Catellus Group, a locally based developer, has filed a rezoning petition with the city of Charlotte to bring a 127-room hotel to this neighborhood right outside of Uptown. The developer is asking to alter the zoning classification on ...

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Charlotte City Council meeting, Monday, Nov. 11 (access required)

Assisted housing on transit: The Council unanimously approved changes to the city’s assisted-multifamily housing at transit-station-area policy. A transit-station area is generally defined as the area within 0.5 miles walking distance of an identified rapid transit station, according to the ...

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Matthews receives input on ordinance (access required)

MATTHEWS – For the last few years, Matthews officials have been working on a way to consolidate the town’s zoning ordinance, area plan and development regulations into a single document, the Unified Development Ordinance. The actual document is massive – ...

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Construction employment up, but worries remain for industry (access required)

The construction industry’s unemployment rate in October dropped to nine percent and the industry added 11,000 jobs, hitting a 50-month high, according to a news release from the Associated General Contractors of America. The industry last month wasn’t too adversely ...

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Renovation Report: Central Piedmont Community College (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – Mecklenburg County voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a $210 million bonds package for Central Piedmont Community College. The hefty sum of money will go a long way in adding classroom space and accommodating increasing enrollment, said Kathy Drumm, ...

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