BNA Homes told the Charlotte City Council it will work with a group that wants to preserve a historic Steele Creek home, provided the group can formulate a plan and acquire funding by around the time the company completes the ...Read More »
The Charlotte City Council on Monday adopted amendments to its tree ordinance that remove density incentives from single-family developments of less than four lots and 2 acres and that require a tree-save buffer around properties using cluster-subdivision density incentives. Two ...Read More »
Pending Charlotte City Council approval, the city’s Neighborhood and Business Services department hopes by August to issue a request for proposals from multidisciplinary consulting teams to develop engineering guidelines that will serve as the foundation for the redevelopment of the ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement is completing its year-long rollout of inspector teams devoted to either commercial or residential projects, part of an effort to boost customer service. The realignment, which is scheduled to launch June 27, will assign 52 inspectors ...
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Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis said Tuesday that he will not resign his office, following a unanimous vote of no confidence and a resignation request from the town’s Board of Commissioners. The commissioners on Monday called an emergency meeting to vote ...Read More »
Joe Bowling attributes his longtime affinity to a self-sustaining lifestyle to his mother’s Depression-era childhood and her subsequent belief in the motto “waste not, want not.” The 49-year-old Air Force veteran and airplane mechanic even started a company 10 years ...
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A deficit in developed lots continues to restrict the construction of mid-range homes and rising development costs preclude the construction of entry-level homes, according to a first-quarter 2016 report by Metrostudy. “The fundamentals for a strong housing market – employment ...
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