WEDDINGTON – The Town Planning Board on Monday approved the initial sketch plan for a proposed 235-acre, 185-lot residential subdivision off Antioch Church Road. The detached single-family subdivision was proposed by Withrow Land Ventures LLC of Coral Springs, Fla., and ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The City Council on Monday approved two property-acquisition deals connected with the LYNX Blue Line light rail extension northeast of Uptown. Both were approved by consent and without discussion. In the first, the council agreed to pay $2.25 ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – In addition to redefining the differences between bars, restaurants and nightclubs at Monday’s rezoning meeting, the Charlotte City Council also held public hearings on 10 other rezoning cases, and voted on four. All of the votes were unanimously ...
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CHARLOTTE – The City Council on Monday approved by consent permitting the Charlotte Housing Authority to issue bonds valued at up to $10 million to help finance the third and final phase of the Renaissance project. Renaissance, a $110 million ...Read More »
YORK, S.C. – About 200 people crammed the 49-seat meeting chamber, listened in the hallway outside, or watched from outdoors through glass doors while a dozen of them spoke in protest of a proposed rock quarry near Clover, S.C. The ...Read More »
The town of Huntersville unanimously approved the rezoning and proposed plan for a new 67 single-family subdivision known as Torance on 42.36 acres near Gilead Road. The plan submitted by Bowman Development Group calls for the building of homes on ...Read More »
Mooresville’s Board of Commissioners on June 2 approved a rezoning of 1.86 acres of vacant land from residential mixed use to corridor mixed use with conditions. US Development Inc. of Mooresville has petitioned the town for the change in order ...Read More »
At its regular meeting of the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday, the commissioners: Voted to approve leasing from the N.C. Department of Transportation a 144-acre piece of land that wasn’t needed to complete the Interstate 485 loop. The ...Read More »
INDIAN TRAIL – The Town Council on Tuesday officially joined forces with local governments across the state in opposing pending legislation that seeks to limit municipalities and counties from imposing design and aesthetic standards on homebuilders. The council voted to ...
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