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127-room hotel proposed for Dilworth (access required)

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DILWORTH – Catellus Group, a locally based developer, has filed a rezoning petition with the city of Charlotte to bring a 127-room hotel to this neighborhood right outside of Uptown. The developer is asking to alter the zoning classification on ...

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Charlotte City Council meeting, Monday, Nov. 11 (access required)

Assisted housing on transit: The Council unanimously approved changes to the city’s assisted-multifamily housing at transit-station-area policy. A transit-station area is generally defined as the area within 0.5 miles walking distance of an identified rapid transit station, according to the ...

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Matthews receives input on ordinance (access required)

MATTHEWS – For the last few years, Matthews officials have been working on a way to consolidate the town’s zoning ordinance, area plan and development regulations into a single document, the Unified Development Ordinance. The actual document is massive – ...

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Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners votes on MeckLINK, rural transportation (access required)

MeckLINK Transition Committee update: Commissioner Trevor Fuller told the commissioners that the county has three options for MeckLINK Behavioral Healthcare: create a separate authority to provide and manage the Medicaid-funded behavioral health services; opt to join or turn over these ...

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Landowner seeks subdivision approval without builder (access required)

WEDDINGTON – Landowner Melvin F. Graham – nephew of the Rev. Billy Graham – still believes in Highclere, even though homebuilding giant Standard Pacific has withdrawn from the 42-lot residential subdivision on Rea Road. Graham, developer of The Club at ...

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City Council approves changes to Brooklyn Village agreement (access required)

CHARLOTTE – City Council members on Monday night wasted no time in approving changes to the interlocal agreement on Brooklyn Village, with a motion to approve and a second before Mayor Patsy Kinsey could even finish reading the agenda item. ...

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Hawthorne Mill moves closer to historic designation (access required)

City Council members listened Monday night to a proposal to designate Louise Cotton Mill as a Mecklenburg County Historic Landmark, which would allow the developer to move one step closer to redeveloping the 19th century mill.The Louise Mill, off Hawthorne Lane just north of Central Avenue, is now known around town as Hawthorne Mill, and Clachan Properties, a developer out of Richmond, Va., for months has been navigating the regulatory landscape in Charlotte in the company’s attempts to transform the old mill into a mixed-use, multifamily development.

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