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Monroe Bypass meetings draw skeptical crowd (access required)

MONROE – More than 250 people attended three meetings held this week by the N.C. Department of Transportation to explain how state and federal agencies arrived at their decision to build a proposed bypass around congested areas of U.S. 74. ...

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AIG to add 230 jobs at new Charlotte facility (access required)

CHARLOTTE – American International Group, the New York-based insurance colossus, is the latest multinational corporation to announce plans to establish a larger presence in the Charlotte area, according to the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce. Gov. Pat McCrory and N.C. Commerce ...

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Monroe Bypass contractor holding rally for project (access required)

MONROE – The Monroe Bypass Constructors LLC, the company contracted to build the Monroe Bypass, is throwing a barbecue to rally support for the contentious project. The rally will be held from 6-7 p.m. Dec 10 in Room A of ...

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American Engineering acquires Gannett Fleming’s Charlotte operation (access required)

Charlotte’s American Engineering Associates-Southeast, PA is absorbing Gannett Fleming Inc.’s assets, staff and projects in Charlotte for an undisclosed amount. With the acquisition, American Engineering adds eight new staff members and a portfolio of public sector clients including the city ...

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Cedar Management Group president awarded highest certification in association management (access required)

Paul Greiner, the president of Charlotte-based Cedar Management Group, has been awarded the highest level of certification in the association management profession from the Community Association Institute.  To achieve the Professional Community Association Manager certification, Greiner completed and passed the ...

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D.R. Horton or M/I Homes? M/I Homes or D.R. Horton? It’s a tie (access required)

With one month to go in 2013, D.R. Horton and M/I Homes are for all practical purposes tied in the Mecklenburg County homebuilder of the year race. As of Nov. 30, Horton, based in Fort Worth, Texas, had pulled 242 ...

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