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Law that “fast-tracks” stormwater permitting will not affect Charlotte-Mecklenburg

RALEIGH — A bill signed into law last week by Gov. Pat McCrory concerning the transfer of storm water permits issued by the state will not affect the city of Charlotte or Mecklenburg County. But it could have an impact ...

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City considering clarifying density in zoning ordinance’s Pedestrian Overlay District (access required)

The city is revisiting the Pedestrian Overlay District rules to clarify construction density issues. PED Overlay was instituted to encourage pedestrian-friendly corridors in the city. In return for following strict design standards that increased costs, developers may increase the housing density.

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Grant lets there be art at Brightwalk (access required)

Artistic ecology will be part of the Brightwalk neighborhood thanks to a $400,000 grant. The money has been given to the McColl Center for Visual Art to work with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership to bring environmental artists from around the world to build installations in the community.

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