The economic recovery of the last few years has enabled a construction boom around Charlotte, but both contractors and the county department that inspects their projects are finding some qualified workers hard to come by. Under the Mecklenburg County budget ...Read More »
After six years of research and development, energy service provider Alevo Group announced plans for its 2,000-acre manufacturing facility in Concord at a launch ceremony Tuesday. Alevo is repurposing the 3.5 million-square-foot building, previously the Philip Morris USA Industrial Campus ...
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Charlotte City Council on Monday night approved a three-year extension of a stormwater mitigation fee program for redevelopment projects across the city. The city staff had originally recommended an extension of five years to the fee-in-lieu program, but reduced it ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – GoodSports Enterprises is moving along in its attempts to find financing for its part of the proposed amateur sports complex near Bojangles Coliseum. The Sarasota, Fla.-based company is looking at possible equity partnerships and will update the city ...Read More »
North Carolina’s Revenue Laws Study Committee discussed the issue of construction worker misclassification at its meeting Tuesday morning to address the potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in tax money that the state is losing because workers are classified as ...Read More »
The U.S. Attorney’s office on Tuesday withdrew its claim against the home of the president of Boggs Paving Inc. after attorneys for Carl Andrew “Drew” Boggs III objected. His attorneys asserted that the $2.2 million Waxhaw home was not paid ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — Attorneys for Carl Andrew “Drew” Boggs III have objected to the U.S. Attorney’s Office seeking the forfeiture of his $2.2 million Waxhaw home. In an Oct. 7 response to a government filing stating that it is seeking at ...Read More »