MATTHEWS – The Board of Commissioners on Monday voted to defer a public hearing on a rezoning request that would allow the construction of a 320-unit apartment complex on Monroe Road, across from the Family Dollar headquarters. The new public ...Read More »
WESLEY CHAPEL – The Village Council on Monday approved a resolution requesting that a de-annexation bill filed last month by state Sen. Tommy Tucker be withdrawn because village officials have begun efforts to satisfy residents who filed de-annexation petitions. Tucker, ...
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MATTHEWS – The Board of Commissioners approved a rezoning request that will allow Woodie’s Auto Service & Repair Center to open a new shop at the intersection of Independence Pointe Parkway and Sam Newell Road. The approval changes the zoning ...
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The N.C. Department of Transportation will hold two public meetings on proposed express-lane projects along Independence Boulevard in southeastern Mecklenburg County. Under discussion will be the Interstate 277 to Wallace Lane project, which includes converting bus lanes on Independence Boulevard ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The City Council approved several proposals Monday night, including the acquisition of property for Charlotte Douglas International Airport and the financing of debt for improvements at Bank of America Stadium and Bojangles’ Coliseum. The council, however, denied a ...Read More »
Hopper Communities got a rezoning from the Union County Board of Commissioners on Monday night, changing the zoning of 74.33 acres from an R-20 classification to an R-8 conditional classification. Hopper plans to develop 140 single-family homes in a community ...Read More »
The Cornelius Town Board on Monday night voted to annex 38.77 acres from unincorporated Mecklenburg County. The annexed land comprises much of the property on which M/I Homes will develop the Avery Park community, along Bailey Road near Bailey Springs ...Read More »
The Huntersville Board of Commissioners on Monday night gave the go-ahead to Standard Pacific Homes to start a community of 160 single-family homes on 112 acres. The community is to be developed on Bud Henderson Road, between Beatties Ford and ...Read More »