The town of Davidson, one of only three N.C. municipalities obligating residential builders to either construct affordable housing in their projects or pay a fee, wants to fine-tune its program to better meet residents’ needs. The town plans to hire ...Read More »
The Charlotte City Council on Monday night approved rezoning 7.1 acres of church-owned land on the southwest corner of Morrison Boulevard and Sharon Road that will be redeveloped with a mix of residential, retail, entertainment, office and hotel uses. Council ...Read More »
The Cornelius Planning Board voted 5-2 Monday to recommend that the Board of Commissioners approve Classica Homes Inc.’s request to rezone 9 acres on West Catawba Avenue for the development of an age-restricted subdivision. Classica Homes is seeking to build ...
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The York County Council is mulling a moratorium on residential building in the Fort Mill area that critics say would harm the local economy, lead to job losses and set back development that only recently rebounded from the Great Recession. ...Read More »
Charlotte City Council members this week heard proposals by Johnson C. Smith University to renovate and expand the historic Mt. Carmel Baptist Church building for classrooms and university offices and a separate plan to bring a new grocery store to ...
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Calling events at a Monday evening meeting a “travesty,” Wesley Chapel Planning Board Chair John Grexa abruptly resigned his post after the board voted 3-2 to recommend approval of a developer’s rezoning request to build a 72-lot senior-housing development on ...Read More »