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Waxhaw board to tackle several zoning issues (access required)

At its Dec. 10 meeting, the Waxhaw Board of Commissioners plans to discuss several zoning items. A continued public hearing on a request by the Planning and Community Development Department to amend the unified development ordinance to eliminate the required ...

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Matthews board continues UDO study (access required)

At its Dec. 9 meeting, the Matthews Board of Commissioners will continue to discuss its proposed Unified Development Ordinance (UDO), combining zoning, subdivision, storm water, minimum-housing and flood-prevention regulations into a single comprehensive land development code. Several years ago, the ...

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90-acre Waverly development public hearing delayed (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – The developers of a large, mixed-use subdivision on Providence Road just south of Interstate 485 have agreed to delay the Charlotte City Council initial public hearing on their rezoning request. Providence Farms LLC – a joint company formed ...

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Waxhaw Commissioners adopt resolution on mayor, approve rezoning (access required)

The Board of Commissioners on Monday unanimously approved a resolution of “disapproval and non-support of Mayor Daune Gardner.” The resolution stated that Gardner failed to provide detailed expense receipts for “numerous” expenditures and repeatedly scheduled staff meetings but failed to ...

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Charlotte City Council approves funding for two affordable-housing communities (access required)

CHARLOTTE – The Charlotte City Council meeting on Monday night began with the pomp and circumstance of Mayor Patsy Kinsey’s State of the City address, her last meeting as the head of city government. Mayor-elect Patrick Cannon and the new ...

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Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners meeting, Nov. 19 (access required)

County commissioners approved a new interlocal agreement for the future development of Marshall Park in Uptown’s Second Ward. The future of the park, which comprises 6.5 acres in Uptown’s Second Ward, bound by Third, Davidson and McDowell streets and Martin ...

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