Lincoln County’s planning department is proposing the rezoning of 4.7 acres from CU R-S (Conditional Use Residential Suburban) to R-SF (Residential Single-Family).
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The people at TopTenRealEstateDeals.com are looking for the most love-inspiring homes to use in their 2012 Valentines Day promotion “Top Ten Most Romantic Homes.” “We are looking for homes with features such as design, location, furnishings, history, views or amenities ...
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During a December Charlotte City Council meeting, councilwoman Patsy Kinsey said she was “troubled” that the city’s Real Estate Services department doesn’t release appraisals of properties planned for condemnation. Instead, it’s more “Show me yours, and I’ll show you mine.” ...
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BOISE, Idaho – Builders will pay more for wallboard in 2012. Several manufacturers announced plans to increase prices by 35 percent despite the lull in home construction that keeps demand low. Wallboard will be the first construction material to see a big increase since the recession occurred, said Meridian-based homebuilder Don Hubble.Read More »
Fewer off-street parking spaces would be required for movie theaters and short-term-care facilities would be able to treat more patients under two zoning text amendments that won approval from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission’s zoning committee Tuesday.
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For the first six days of 2012, Mecklenburg County building permit activity was lagging the same period in 2011. The county had issued 154 permits by Friday morning, down from 158 in the same period last year. The value of ...Read More »
A rezoning request for a golf-training and teaching academy planned for a 42-acre site in northeast Charlotte has won the approval of the Charlotte- Mecklenburg Planning Commission’s zoning committee. The committee OK’d the request, as well as other rezoning proposals, ...Read More »