STALLINGS – The Stallings Planning Board has approved a request from Epcon Communities for the conditional zoning of 34 acres of land on the north side of Lawyers Road for a 93-lot residential subdivision. The project, approved Jan. 21, will ...Read More »
The Pineville Town Council plans to decide at its February meeting whether to permit tattoos in a planned business district and trampolines in an office-commercial district. The council held public hearings on the requests at its Jan. 14 meeting. Ed ...Read More »
MATTHEWS — The town of Matthews has received a grant for an electric vehicle charging station that can quick-charge an vehicle in about half an hour. The charger will be on Matthews Station Street and should be in place before ...
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MATTHEWS – The N.C. Department of Transportation and the town of Matthews will host a public meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 29 to present information on proposed intersection improvements to a section of N.C. Highway 51, also known as Matthews Township ...Read More »
WAXHAW – At its Jan. 21 meeting, the Planning Board began discussing the Downtown Neighborhoods Small Area Plan.This plan examines issues and opportunities in the town’s three downtown neighborhoods: Eastside, Hillcrest and Waxhaw-Marvin. It documents a wide range of suggested ...Read More »
WAXHAW – The Board of Commissioners has approved a rezoning request and a preliminary plan that will allow two subdivisions to move forward. Commissioners approved a request by Landeavor Partners LLC on behalf of property owner WSLD Millbridge VI LLC ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – What began as a standing-room-only City Council meeting full of heated whispering ended with the Council making several important rezoning decisions in front of a considerably smaller crowd. The biggest issue on the agenda was the rezoning of ...
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CHARLOTTE – Trinity Partners, the locally based commercial real estate firm, has been hired to lease and manage 365,511 square feet across six buildings in the north Charlotte and Huntersville office submarkets, according to a release from the company. The ...Read More »