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Char-Meck area plans, zoning amendments up for discussion (access required)

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission will hold public meetings in November for area plans and zoning text amendments that are being developed and nearing City Council vote. A citizens advisory group will meet 6 p.m. Thursday in ...

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Holocosts (access required)

The Holocaust Documentation Center in Hollywood, Fla., is facing foreclosure. Who isn’t? The Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency says the center, which features exhibits and videos about the Holocaust, owes it more than $200,000 in loan payments, according to news reports. ...

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We’ve got the wrong guy (access required)

These days, just about everybody knows somebody who’s been, or is going, through a foreclosure. Even the home of Charlotte’s own Councilman James E. “Smuggie”  Mitchell has joined the ranks of the distressed. The house, off Sunset Road at 3425 Valerie ...

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Novel ideas (access required)

UNCC professor and novelist writer Kathleen Reichs, whose books inspired the TV show “Bones,” has achieved a level of success many writers can only fantasize about. Over in Mooresville, writer “Cotton” Ketchie has yet to become such a literary superstar ...

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