LINCOLNTON – Yet another national development company gunning for the burgeoning 55-and-up buyer market has staked a claim in Charlotte. And it’s a big stake, too: A subdivision of 1,650 homes on 586 acres near Lake Norman’s western shore, which ...Read More »
STALLINGS – One residential developer scored a home run at a Stallings Town Council meeting Monday night, and another was stranded on-base, but the council gave him an extra inning to try to reach the plate. The council green-lighted a ...Read More »
MATTHEWS – Habitat for Humanity Matthews hit a small bump on the way building seven new affordable homes in the Crestdale section of town, part of a larger neighborhood revitalization project. But town planner Jim King said he expects the ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Interstate highway noise walls created the biggest commotion at the City Council’s business meeting Monday night, with the council approving noise-blocking walls along Interstate 77 and discussing two walls along the I-277 loop north of center city. The ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Monday night’s City Council meeting would probably be more appropriate in a feature called Inaction Items, as this week’s meeting was more notable for the decisions deferred than the decisions made. Still, a couple of rezoning requests were ...
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At its Feb. 17 meeting, the Waxhaw Planning Board will discuss allowing fast-food restaurants to be placed nearer to each other on the same side of the street. Pavilion Development Co. is requesting the amendment to the unified development ordinance ...Read More »
Weddington will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. on March 10 concerning a preliminary plat for the Graham Hall subdivision. Graham Hall would be built on Weddington-Matthews Road across from the Weddington Swim and Racquet Club. The 6.9-acre tract ...Read More »
At its Feb. 10 meeting, the Stallings Town Council unanimously approved a request by VSTRA International Corp., a distributer and wholesaler of inflatable products used in such games as paintball and laser tag, for a conditional use permit to allow ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — A community workshop to discuss the Blue Line light rail extension and University City Area Plan Update has been moved from Tuesday until Feb. 18 due to forecast snow. The Transportation and Community Design meeting will be held ...Read More »
The Charlotte City Council on Monday night approved a contract, worth $598,000, with C Design Inc. to design a new office for the Westover Division of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department and the Neighborhood & Business Services Southwest Service Area Team. ...
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