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variances (access required)

The city of Charlotte’s Zoning Board of Adjustments will hear variance requests from two city businesses being labeled nightclubs during an Aug. 30 meeting. Lava Lounge, 4501 E. Independence Blvd., is seeking to bypass a requirement that it be located ...

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Same place, new cops … maybe (access required)

Some unincorporated parts of Mecklenburg County might have their police coverage come from different municipalities in 2013. During its most recent session, the General Assembly passed legislation to broaden Mecklenburg County’s authority to create law enforcement service districts. The legislation ...

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CB names 
new director (access required)

CB Richard Ellis Group said it has appointed Henry Lomax Jr. as managing director of its Charlotte office. Lomax worked for Crescent Resources as chief investment officer. He will be responsible for overseeing all of CBRE’s operations in Charlotte.

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Meck permits 
down in July (access required)

Residential construction permits in Mecklenburg County were down 24 percent in July from the month before. That’s according to a monthly report given by the county’s code enforcement office to the county’s Building Development Commission. There were 3,222 residential permits issued in ...

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agents seek NCAOR seats (access required)

Three Charlotte real estate agents are running for board positions with the North Carolina Association of Realtors. Tony Smith, a Realtor with Wanda Smith & Associates and a past member of the board of directors of the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association, is ...

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Cabarrus OKS 
$1.7M for Celgard expansion (access required)

Cabarrus County commissioners approved a $1.69 million grant last week for Celgard to expand its Concord manufacturing facility. In July, the Charlotte-based company announced plans to expand its Concord plant, where it makes components for lithium batteries, pending the county’s approval of ...

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