In the past year since Charlotte’s rental ordinance took effect, 643 properties have surpassed the city’s threshold for crime. That means, in theory, that Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department officials should have met with the owners of 643 properties, of which 553 ...Read More »
When Russell Fox signed a contract with Dallas-based U.S. Innovations to allow the roofing recycling company to store old shingles on his land in Gaston County, he didn’t know it would lead to him having to clean up thousands of ...Read More »
Residential construction permits in Mecklenburg County were down 24 percent in July from the month before. That’s according to a monthly report given by the county’s code enforcement office to the county’s Building Development Commission. There were 3,222 residential permits issued in ...
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Three Charlotte real estate agents are running for board positions with the North Carolina Association of Realtors. Tony Smith, a Realtor with Wanda Smith & Associates and a past member of the board of directors of the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association, is ...
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Cabarrus County commissioners approved a $1.69 million grant last week for Celgard to expand its Concord manufacturing facility. In July, the Charlotte-based company announced plans to expand its Concord plant, where it makes components for lithium batteries, pending the county’s approval of ...Read More »
Ryland Homes last week said it has acquired 32 new home sites in two neighborhoods at The Palisades, a master-planned community off Highway 49 in southwest Charlotte on the shore of Lake Wylie. Beth Payan of Larry Vershel Communications said Calabasas, Calif.-based ...Read More »
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Stormwater Services is considering buyouts of properties damaged by recent flooding. During flooding Aug. 5, 163 buildings were damaged, a CMSS release says. Most are northwest and west of uptown in the Irwin Creek and Stewart Creek watersheds. Buyouts ...Read More »
Since the Carolinas Multiple Listing Service changed its method of describing square footage, Re/Max Metro Realty broker-in-charge Eric Strom says it hasn’t created the headaches some agents predicted. Beginning in 2008, CMLS’ system has reported the square footage of homes ...Read More »