The Stallings Town Council voted 5-0 Monday night to approve a 40 single-family home subdivision that will be built by Ryland Homes. The council voted to rezone 16.95 acres to conditional R-10 zoning, which allows about four homes per acre, ...Read More »
North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Martin addresses the crowd Nov. 9 at the Charles R. Jonas Federal Building in Charlotte during a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the building’s groundbreaking and laying of the cornerstone, which still ...Read More »
For a second time, the Village of Wesley Chapel Village Council on Monday sent a proposal for conservation subdivisions back to the Planning Board. The council wants the Planning Board to reduce the minimum size for such subdivisions, as well ...
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The Connect NC Committee has formed a bipartisan team to assist the organization with a statewide campaign to get a $2 billion bond measure passed. The committee named Chris Sinclair, Alastair Macaulay and Brad Crone to the team. Sinclair and ...Read More »
The Mooresville Board of Commissioners voted 5-0 Monday night to rezone more than 50 acres for a developer to build additional homes in a proposed subdivision. The commissioners’ approval to rezone the 50.9 acres from R2 single-family residential, which allows ...
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The Charlotte chapter of the American Institute of Architects will hold their annual business meeting and membership luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Oct. 28. The meeting will take place at the University of North Carolina Charlotte Center City campus. Officers and ...Read More »
The Village of Wesley Chapel Village Council voted Monday night to approve several amendments to the village’s recently added senior housing regulations after a developer requested that changes be made. However, the council voted 3-1 to deny one amendment that ...Read More »
Charlotte and Mecklenburg County are jointly seeking to revamp the method in which they issue credits for stormwater fees. A public meeting on the proposal will be held at 4:30 p.m. Oct. 29 in room 267 of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government ...Read More »
The Union County Board of Commissioners voted Monday night to approve a more than 50-acre athletics complex and a $2.5 million swim training and competition center. Commissioners voted unanimously, 5-0, in favor of establishing a master planned development district (MPD) ...
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